Remake Of First-Ever Mizuno Boots - Mizuno Morelia Zero Boots Released | 1986 World Cup

Mizuno today released a remake of their first-ever soccer cleats, the Morelia from 1985 that became famous in the 1986 World Cup. new Mizuno Morelia Zero soccer boots were officially released today.

Mizuno Morelia Zero - Black / White / Red

This photo shows the new Mizuno Morelia Zero cleats in 'Black / White / Red'.

Mizuno's new Morelia Zero football shoes are a remake of the 1985 Mizuno Morelia, Mizuno's first-ever soccer cleat.

The new Mizuno Morelia Zero boots have a very classic look in black, white and red, just as the Mizuno Morelia 1986 World Cup cleats. Details such as the Runbird logo are recreated from the original boots.

If we look at the tech, the Mizuno Morelia Zero 'Black / White / Red' are more or less identical to the Morelia II. The only tech difference is that boots also come with a K-leather tongue.

Mizuno Morelia Zero - Features

  • Limited to 500 pairs in Japan
  • Faithfully reproducing the shoes worn at the 1986 World Games, the origin of MORELIA
  • Basic materials and stitch patterns are the same as MORELIA II JAPAN, but the tongue and mouth are made of full kangaroo leather.
  • Small details such as the RUN BIRD logo reproduce the pattern at the time as much as possible.
  • Price: ¥ 27,500 (350 USD if released worldwide)
  • Colorway: Black / White / Red
  • Release date: 12 June 2020

The new Mizuno Morelia Zero soccer cleats are set to be available from 12 June 2020 in Japan, retailing at ¥ 27,500 (~350 USD if released worldwide).

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