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Super White/Flame Red

  1. Comfortable performance
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Comfortable performance

Diadora DD-NA R ID has a complicated name for a fast, quick performance on indoor surface. Diadora DD-NA R ID offers traction and support.

Diadora DD-NA R ID UPPER: Water resistant Suprellsoft, anti-stretch lining and ati-slip lining. Suprellsoft is a durable synthetic.

PU rear lining. Sockliner with bending points in the forefoot area. Fabric and shock-absorbing EVA insole.

Diadora DD-NA R ID OUTSOLE: Abrasion-resistant gum rubber with fast traction pattern.

Diadora DD-NA R ID WEIGHT: 10.6 oz.


CORTE: Material Suprellsoft resistente al agua, forro antiestiramiento y antiderrapante. Forro de PU en la parte trasera. Calceta interior con puntos flexibles en la punta. Plantilla de tela y espuma tipo EVA que absorbe impactos. SUELA: Hule resistente a

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