Men's Diadora Trainers
Founded in the late 1940s, Diadora first started producing high quality mountain and work boots. In the 1960s the company switched production to sports footwear. A decade later, Diadora became the first Italian company to develop a new concept in sports marketing, which included designing training shoes for iconic sports legends like tennis superstar Bjorn Borg.
Different types of materials used to make men's Diadora trainers
Premium full-grain leather is used to construct the lifestyle collection of styles worn by sporting heroes.
Soft and supple suede gives men's Diadora trainers a fashionable worn-out look, for an authentic retro style.
Durable and hardwearing synthetic materials are used to enhance performance and comfort.
Lightweight textile trainers feature uppers that are made from seamlessly interwoven threads. Diadora's iconic running shoe offers full support, and has a tapered shape that emphasises its lightness and modern construction.
Different styles of men's Diadora trainers
Timeless and understated in design, the classic men's trainer has a full-grain leather upper, wax treated outsole and appliquéd leather logo.
Heritage inspired designs range from sporty high-rise, mid cut training shoes to special edition trainers.
Combining suede and nubuck leather uppers, retro inspired vintage trainers evoke sporting victories of the past.
Modern Diadora running shoes and trainers are designed to offer maximum comfort and support, whilst also enhancing performance. Standard features include an exclusive Double Action cushioning system and propulsion technology.
The rare Bjorn Borg elite range of athletic Diadora trainers boast classic retro styling, perforated uppers and distinctive appliquéd brand logo.
Different types of men's Diadora Trainers
Lighter in weight than other types of men's Diadora trainers, the range of running shoes feature a tapered shape that enhances the shoe's lightness and flexibility, and lateral support.
Diadora's casual lifestyle trainers are designed for sports enthusiasts who prefer to watch from the sidelines.