Mizuno Morelia Neo IV β Launch from the Charge Pack

Just in time to jazz up the football scene, Mizuno spices things up with the release of their new Morelia Neo IV β from the 'Charge Pack' in an undeniably sharp "White/Radiant Red/Hot Coral" color accent. Shaping this mini assemblage, aptly christened the 'Charge Pack', the spotlight incessantly shines on Morelia Neo IV β.

You might be asking yourself, why label it a "pack" for what seems to be a single boot array? Well, Mizuno throws in a less costly alternative, the Monarcida Neo III, drenched in a distinctive, yet kinred colour tone. That little twin inclusion promotes the launch to pack status. However, it's crystal clear that the eyes have affixed their gaze on that top-tier launch, elegantly flaunting the ultimate seal of elegance: ‘Made in Japan’.

The praise-worthy Morelia Neo IV β berths on a spotless canvas of white, with varying red hues subtly staking out its claim all over the top and studs. The Morelia Neo IV β carries forward the legacy of its predecessor; modifications on the III are slight, nothing spectacularly transformative. The addition of an evolved upper mid-foot mesh adds a snug feel to the boots, collaborating beautifully with the renewed knit design on the tongue and collar, elevated by 5mm to enhance comfort.

The boots now come equipped with three-dimensional stretch abilities ensuring optimum cosiness, especially around the top of the foot. The sockliner's lining material sees a change, offering more traction and a first touch that practically screams luxury.

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