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      New eye-catching colourway for the Mizuno Morelia Neo II Made in Japan

      02.08.2017

      Written by Frederik Tobias Thorgny Hansen

      Mizuno are back with a fresh colourway for their extremely popular Morelia Neo Made in Japan collection. Summer is here and orange is the colour. Dig in!

      Mizuno need no introduction when it comes to quality and craftmanship, but you can’t help but feel amazed when you get your hands on a pair of them. This is general knowledge when it comes to Mizuno football boots, but even more so when you’re talking about their Made In Japan collection. They have just dropped in a gorgeous summer colourway that we’re sure will please everyone.

      The boots are made by hand and you instantly feel that you’re holding, or wearing, something quite unique. These aren’t your run of the mill football boots. These are the Mizuno Morelia Neo II Made In Japan Orange Clownfish/White/Black.

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      The Mizuno Morelia Neo II is no stranger to all the bootheads out there, but if you need a brief introduction, here you go. They are speed boots weighing in at an incredible 180g, which only becomes even more impressive when you consider that the upper is made of high quality kangaroo leather. Yes, you read that correctly, kangaroo leather. What you get is an astonishingly lightweight boot with all the benefits from a kangaroo leather upper; a natural, padded touch and a comfortable fit.

      Needless to say, we’re pretty excited about the Mizuno Morelia Neo and that excitement is only further enhanced when the boots are made in a Made in Japan version. Combine the Japanese craftmanship with this new and crisp colourway from Mizuno, and you have yourself a pair of boots that will knock your opponents’ and teammates’ socks off when the new season kicks off. If you consider yourself a football boot connoisseur, you’ll feel right at home in these!

      Get your pair of Mizuno Morelia Neo II Made in Japan Orange Clownfish/White/Black here at Unisport.