Mizuno Morelia 1985 Made In Japan TR Black/White/Chinese Red
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Combine a special tradition with high quality performance with the Mizuno Morelia 1985 Made In Japan TR - Black/White/Chinese Red, a football trainer reproduction featuring the classical Morelia outsole design coinciding with the boots’ 35th anniversary.
For over three decades, the Mizuno Morelia football boot has evolved through subtle changes and improvements, but in 2020, dubbed the ‘Year of the Morelia’, Mizuno release the Morelia 1985 Made In Japan TR. Mizuno’s philosophy towards football boots has been driven by four key concepts – natural barefoot touch, fit, weight and premium Kangaroo leather, and this version of the Morelia continues that trend by providing a faithful reproduction of the original upper from 1985, and the 1980s design of the outsole. Crafted from the finest kangaroo leather, the trainer provides supreme comfort with a high-quality feel, whilst the removable insock aids the comfort and cushioning to keep you focused on your game.
• Faithful reproduction of the upper pattern and design from 1985
• Uses the same new last for football
• Soft feel through the Made In Japan premium cupped insole
• An enhanced fit around the shoe opening with Japanese faux leather
• Micro-taffeta prevents the kangaroo leather from stretching
• Removable insock for comfort and cushioning
• High quality feel through kangaroo leather
- Colour: Black/White/Chinese Red
- Quick Ref: 213954
- Man. Ref: P1GD2020-01
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