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A Clean, In-Depth Look At The Diadora DD-NA 2

Diadora DD-NA 2

When they arrived in, we planned to write a fresh review for the Diadora DD-NA 2. As it turned out, the new boot performs in pretty much the same fashion as the original DD-NA. Other than visual appearance and a little extra grip across the upper, both versions are perform in identical fashion and writing a review for them would just be writing the same details.

Because I am a big fan of the boots and what they have on offer, I’m going to use this as an opportunity to offer a more in-depth visual look at what they have to offer and send you back to the original DD-NA review for an overall performance run-down! They rank as a 4 out of 5 star and are among the best performing boots currently on the market due to the comfort and general feel on the ball that they offer.

DD NA Boot Review

DD-NA 2 Profiled

DD-NA 2 Heel Design

Normally, we might skip any revisit on a boot with such similarities, but honestly these are a boot that you definitely should be considering if you are in the market for a lightweight, speed boot that has something unique to offer. In other words, if you are looking to move away from Nike and Adidas, and want an option with a slightly more economical price, these should be on the shortlist!

Just as a brief summary to those that don’t check out the original review, these boots feature a thin synthetic upper with a grip covered texture, and Diadora’s patented NET Breathing System in the soleplate. They are an ideal boot for wingers as the upper provides a great feel on the ball without lacking protection across the foot. In saying that, they are pretty much a top option for any attacking styled player.

Find all available DD-NA colorways currently listed at soccer.com for $149.99.

Diadora DD-NA 2 Upper

Fluo Yellow DD NA Upper

Diadora DD-NA Side

Diadora DD-NA Soleplate and Stud Configuration

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3 comments

  1. Thanks for the updated review.
    This might be off topic but what do you guys recommend for someone with flat feet?
    Are there boots better for flat feet? I have advised my friend to try traditional leather boots instead of the newer super narrow and super light models like the F50.
    I also advised him to get better insoles.

  2. Thank you for the tip, much appreciated.

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