As part of their ongoing BNY Sole Series, Barneys have joined forces with Diadora for two takes on the Trident 90 NYL. The duo hone in on Diadora's Italian heritage, in turn utilizing premium materials on the low-top sneakers. Matte rubberized leather and speccio leather come together on the uppers of the kicks, which each boast metallic finishes. One pair features a black and gold color combination, while the other notes a bronze, white, black and blue look. Black laces accompany each set, which can be purchased today through Barneys.

For Barneys' recent collab with Converse on the Chuck Taylor, follow here.

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