Diadora Launch The Blacked-Out Brasil Made in Italy


Following the White-Out edition, Diadora has launched the Black-Out Brasil ‘Made in Italy’ with the all-black football boots coming back stronger than ever. 

Back in September Diadora had launched a whiteout edition of the Brasil Made in Italy, and now, following the new football trend, the Italian specialists launch this black beauty. The K-leather is wrapped in darkness, spreading fear on their opponents and it’s a key part of what is yet another iconic 1984 Brasil boot crafted by hand from the finest materials in Montebelluna, Italy.


Diadora logo still features down each side of the boot but this time in black and on the soleplate. The only colour that appears on the boots is from the Italian flag, subtly placed on the collar and tying into the ‘Made in Italy’ callout on the tongue.

Diadora has launched ‘Made in Italy’ elite edition and also a standard k-leather version at almost half the price, but definitely not half the quality. It’s not a take-down, the ‘Made in Italy’ is just that extra bit elite.

Brasil Italy K-Pro – the football boot Roberto Baggio wore to take the first steps in his extraordinary career. Also, having graced the feet of some of the best players of all time, including Balon d’Or winners Marco Van Basten, George Weah.

Made in Italy football boot in featuring premium kangaroo leather with water-repellent treatment and quilting on the front. Hydro technical microfibre keeps the boot waterproof even in wet conditions while the Double Action technology absorbs impacts and eliminates vibration.

Upper – Water resistant, made with premium kangaroo leather, sock liner with bending points in the forefoot area.

Insole – Anatomical – made from fabric and shock-absorbing EVA elastomer.

Sole – Differentiated density polyurethane with 12 fixed round studs.

Available: Now

Price: £230

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