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Mizuno Origami Pack Released in US

Mizuno Rebula Cup Japan Origami

Mizuno has dropped their latest boot releases in the US, with the Origami Pack offering fresh new looks on the Runbirds top performing boots right now. Over the past few years, Mizuno releases have been few and far between, so adding a fresh offering is sure to add some excitement to fans of the brand.

First on offer is the Mizuno Rebula Cup Japan in a magisterial silver colorway with touches of black and gold. The Rebula Cup is built for the fastest players and a fast first touch. They feature a super supple k-leather upper with padded zones in key touch and control areas.

Morelia Neo III β Origami

Then there is the Morelia Neo III β, a boot that represents the quintessence of speed and acceleration. All the most innovative materials of the last decade are combined with the purest K-leather in the world to handcraft the third generation of Morelia Neo Family. The Morelia Neo III B is made in Japan and is engineered with performance in mind, every single part of the boots has been developed and optimized to gain speed.

The patterned Origami print on the midfoot through heal is what gives these such a unique look. There is nothing more classic than an MIJ k-leather upper in a classic black color. But adding a unique design toward the rear of the shoe adds that extra special touch of modern class. Expect these to officially drop in the next few days.

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Mizuno Morelia Neo III β Origami Pack

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