Friday , April 19 2024

Mizuno Take “MIJ” Releases To Blackout Mode

Mizuno Blackout FG Boots

Oh my word, these are special! For the very first time, Mizuno has unleashed signature blackout designs with gold detailing on all their signature silos. And the results are pretty stunning. When we talk about iconic boots that provide top quality craftsmanship, Mizuno are one of the few soccer brand that immediately comes to mind. Add a classic, no-nonsense stealth colorway and you have boots built for serious players.

We are talking “MIJ” on steroids here, with the Morelia II, Morelia Neo II and Morelia Neo KL II all getting a sophisticated new paint job. Getting back to basics, players can enjoy the high-performance you get from Mizuno boots without the distraction of flashy colors. It is the perfect look as we head into pre-season mode.

Because of their high price-point, you need to be sure that Mizuno boots are the right fit for you. What makes these special is how they are created with the MIJ label. “Made In Japan” basically means that the boots are handcrafted in Japan without stressing about how long it takes to piece them together. Each pair is placed and shaped on a last for 24 hours in order to create the perfect shape. In comparison, your average boot on the market gets just 20 minutes on a last. That is a HUGE difference, and one that allows Mizuno to provide players with a boot built on detail and not hype. Think of the natural stress and fit in the material before they even get to you.

Find the entire Blackout collection available at

Mizuno Morelia Neo II MIJ Blackout

Mizuno Morelia II Blackout

Mizuno Morelia Neo KL II Blackout

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