Italian outdoor footwear brand, Diemme, has launched a wide-range collection in celebration of its 30th anniversary. The collection encapsulated two campaigns, the Classico and the Futuro, and both are filled with new renditions, styles, and colorways. Each boot finely crafted in Italy, offers a level of comfort, stability and durability that can be worn by both men and women.
Starting with the multiple renditions of the Duckboot in the Classico collection, the Anatra B-Ball comes in 7 colorways that features a leather covered hightop and a rubber duck boot sole. The Balbi Basso is another rendition of the duckboot with a twist of a classic slip-on. The Everest and Himalaya were both made for high-altitude and are most ideal in cold mountain climates. The boots offer inner linings crafted with padding for optimal stability. Diemme also revamped their first sneaker for the collection dubbed the Marostica Low, which is designed with a vintage tennis sole for durability and longevity. .
The Futuro Collection includes a range of high and low tops that are being welcomed to the brand’s hiking family. A new addition is the Civetta that arrives in 4 different colorways of yellow, green, gray and a vibrant multicolor. The boot is a lightweight alternative to the Everest from the Classico collection and incorporates a Vibram New Winkler based sole. Diemme made sure to craft a shoe that supports the city life and came up with the One hiker boot, that’s meant for long hours of walking and gives off a ’90s feel. Additionally, the Roccia Vet that originated from the Calzaturificio hunting collection is now updated with sturdier ankle support.
The boots retail from $349 to $549 USD and can be purchased on Diemme’s website.
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