Diadora V.7000 and S.8000 Get a Capri Island Treatment

Those blue water vibes.

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Diadora has decided to pay tribute to the island of Capri on its V.7000 and S.8000 silhouettes. Located in the Tyrrhenian Sea west of Italy’s “boot,” the island’s famous blue grotto aka Grotto Azzurra is the inspiration behind the colorway on both models. Premium leather and suede in two shades of blue are alternated between the V.7000 and S.8000 to form the perfect summer beach vibe sneakers. Both pairs are made in Italy and alongside the V.7000 “Bleached Sand” pair, make for a great homage to the beautiful island getaway.

The V.7000 is available for ~$204 USD while the S.8000 will cost you ~$236 USD.

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