Fernando Torres Leaves Adidas For Ultra-Classy Mizuno Boots

Legendary Spain striker Fernando Torres has ditched his Adidas football boot for very classy Mizuno football boots in the last league match for his Japanese club Sagan Tosu. Fernando Torres joined the Japanese team this summer.

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Fernando Torres had been sponsored by Adidas since 2013 when the Three Stripes signed him from Nike. Torres had been wearing the Adidas Predator and the Adidas X football boots in the five past year.

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Fernando Torres Debuts Whiteout Mizuno Morelia Neo II Boots




The close-up picture of Fernando Torres' cleats reveal that the striker was wearing Mizuno Morelia Neo II soccer cleats with a completely whiteout upper and the standard black / red sole plate.



The Mizuno Morelia Neo II MIJ football boots stand for quality at the highest level. Made in Japan, the Mizuno Morelia Neo II soccer cleats feature a Kangaroo leather upper that was treated with liquid silicone to make them waterproof, stain resistant and durable. They weigh in at just 180 grams, making them one of the lightest K-leather boots available on the market.

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Will Fernando Torres become a face of Mizuno? That is not known yet. It just seems certain that his contract with Adidas has ended and that he is now free to wear the boots he wants to wear. The fact that his cleats are all-white without brandings reveal that he has not a valid contract with Mizuno yet.

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What do you think of Fernando Torres' boot choice? Do you think he will officially join Mizuno? Comment below.
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