For over sixty years the Italy based company Diadora has been manufacturing different styles of shoes and boots. From fashionable to functional, and changing from decade to decade, the entire set of Diadora collections encompasses everything from leisure to sports. While their focus dropped off from more athletic division of footwear, from the 1960s to the 1990s they created and researched items that they launched into the realm of football boots. Continuing to have spotted development up until the 2000s, Diadora has been revitalizing its take on the football boot while retaining some of their key qualities.
Known for using high quality kangaroo leather, the Diadora line of football boots is a prime example of sumptuous luxury. Well padded upper portions wrap around the wearer's feet, but do not inhibit excellent perception when it comes to maneuvering the ball. Patented designs that have been held since the 1960s have helped make the classic Diadora truly unique and one of a kind. While the materials of different series have changed, the company continues to pride themselves on their high quality boots. The durable and flexible synthetic blends that have come to be used in the later series are a reflection in the evolution of not only the football boot, but the needs of the game as well.
Typically more common of the Diadora football boots is a selection of studs, or cleats, that are best used on natural pitches. Part of its tradition and trademark, is the endorsing belief of what makes more a good game, which includes playing on a proper field. Its other traditions include keeping a unique sense of style to match its luxurious designs. Each Diadora carries the trademarked icon that resembles a sideways Y.
Its limited flexibility in available stud make it more ideal for the dedicated players how keep with traditional games and prefer to play on real grass. The high quality also tends to come with a price tag that puts it at the higher end of the pricing scale as well. Though, just as it has always been, quality is not particularly cheap and Diadoras deliver not only a solid football boot, but a sense of tradition and heritage, as well as impeccable style. Diadora, while relatively small in the world of football boots, has been rising once again in notice, with players such as Fllippo Inzaghi and Antonia Cassano sporting the brand.