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.
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.