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Item #73610
  1. Hand crafted in Japan
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Hand crafted in Japan

Made in Japan, the Morelia Neo is a blend of quality materials, craftsmanship and innovation.

Each pair of the Morelia MIJ are hand crafted in Japan, they are not mass produced by machines on an assembly line.

Each cleat stays on a last (the mold around which shoes are built) for 24 hours to ensure perfect shape and structure - compare this to your average cleat which stays on a last no longer than 20 minutes. In the time Mizuno devotes to making one pair of their MIJ cleats, another brand churns out 72 cleats.

When you invest in a pair of Mizuno MIJ cleats you are investing in quality not marketing hype.

UPPER: Made with ultra thin, yet super soft, kangaroo leather - this cleat is built for speed, comfort and touch on the ball.

Inner sock liner is made from a soft suede-like microfiber combined with an extremely low cut ankle collar to provide a free, yet comfortable fit throughout the heel, ankle and mid-foot.

Innovative tongue features breathable mesh lower third to promote airflow throughout the forefoot of the shoe and a dual lace hole system that is designed to keep the tongue from moving while playing.

OUTSOLE: Conical stud shape allows for optimal traction and pivoting ability on firm ground surfaces. Middle forefoot bladed stud provides extra take off speed when accelerating.

WEIGHT: 6.8 oz

Hechos en Japón. Piel de canguro. Lengüeta con ventilación. Tacos cónicos y tipo cuchiulla. PESO: 6.8 oz.

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