La MJC and Diadora continue to celebrate the 10th anniversary of legendary streetwear book All Gone, this time with a luxe cheetah faux-hair N9000.

The releases have all been inspired by previous All Gone covers, with this ninth installment by far the fiercest yet. The sneaker is entirely made with cheetah faux-hair save for some additional premium leather lining. "All Gone" and "La MJC" logos are laser engraved on both heels and tongues, while a graceful gum sole finishes the look.

The La MJC x Diadora N9000 is limited to just 200 pairs, and available from size US 6.5 through to 13. Cop them December 10 at the Club75 flagship store, which you'll find at:


32 rue Yves Toudic



The remaining pairs will then go on sale online December 10 at 8 p.m. CET.

Now check out the bright orange BEAMS x Diadora N9000.

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