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Mizuno Morelia Neo III β MIJ Released

Mizuno Morelia Neo III Beta

Mizuno boot fans will be salivating at the thought of this new MIJ release; introducing the Mizuno Morelia Neo III β MIJ.

This is the third generation of Morelia Neo with the unique “beta” twist of a ultra-thin K-Leather combined with innovative β knit collar. It is a release that demonstrates the brands ability to create fresh, innovative, forward thinking boots.

Slip them on foot and you get to experience what is a true lightweight release. K-leather though the forefoot, a thin synthetic material that is almost transparent through the midfoot, and a knit used on the heel and around the ankle helps to reduce any unexpected pressure. And then there is BF (barefoot) knit on the tongue that offers a seamless, one-piece upper feel around your foot. It stretches easily with your foot, so the Beta will work well for wide footed players.

Morelia Neo Beta MIJ

Finally, as an MIJ boot, you know that you are stepping into pure quality. 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.

Find the Mizuno Morelia Neo III β available at soccer.com.

Morelia Neo III Beta Knit

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