Again, here is another great Mizuno release that is by-passing us here in the US, but is well worth a shout-out! The all-new Mizuno Supersonic Wave 3 hits the market with some slight modification from its predecessor, the Supersonic Wave 2. I could talk about the boots and what they have to offer, but I am going to leave this one to Mizuno’s press release!
Mizuno’s technical expertise and elite football heritage has gone into developing the perfect boot for a new generation of high speed play. Offering luxurious fit blended with elite performance, the revolutionary Supersonic Wave 3 features an innovative new Feather Touch System (FTS) that employs low rebound sponge on the forefoot to aid ball control while dribbling at speed. Structural overlays in the upper secure the foot whilst changing direction at pace, providing all-important confidence during high pressure situations on the field.
The Supersonic Wave 3 is one of Mizuno’s lightest and most innovative boots to date – weighing in at only 260 grams and maximizing flexibility, stability and traction. The ultra-technical design is combined with the highest grade kangaroo leather and suede collar lining to create the perfect fit, allowing the boot to deliver supreme control and support.
Although we don’t have direct access to Mizuno boots in the US, there are always some pairs listed on eBay for those interested in picking up a pair! Check out more images of Jonas with the boots below.
Mizuno’s trademark Wave configuration in the heel enhances stability and cushioning, while dual density studs create uncompromising comfort no matter how hard the ground may be. The tiger claw stud structure offers a hybrid construction that’s aimed to improve acceleration and lateral stability, essential for high speed ball control.
Brazil and Valencia CF forward Jonas Gonçalves Oliveira (commonly known as Jonas) has recently been brought in as an ambassador of this ground-breaking piece of football innovation.
“Mizuno are renowned for producing boots that enhance skill, flair and control and these are all important elements of a South American’s game,” said the 27 year old. “It is rare to find a boot that aids all the important movement patterns for someone who plays in my position so I am very excited about this partnership.”
As always, we are keeping close contact and sharing feedback with the folks at Mizuno, in an effort to get the Japanese giants to enter the US market!
I don't understand why they wont sell them here in the US! I had to order from the UK to get a pair.
I had to order them from Japan 🙁
I would love to know why too….