All-New Mizuno Alpha Boots Released - Headlined by Sergio Ramos

Confirming previous leaks, Mizuno today revealed their all-new Mizuno Alpha football boots. They are the successor of the Mizuno Rebula.

via SoccerBible

The new Mizuno Alpha boots were debuted by Sergio Ramos in the Champions League this week.

Via UnderStats

Mizuno Alpha - White/Ignition Red/801 C

This image shows the new Mizuno α soccer cleats in 'White/Ignition Red/801 C'.

The launch colorway of the Mizuno α introduces a modern design in white, red, and blue. Officially, the colors are White/Ignition Red/801 C.

In terms of tech, the new α boots from Mizuno are packed with features and innovations. They are made for ultimate speed, weighing in at just 195 grams.

The Mizuno Alpha soccer cleats are the brand's first high-end soccer cleats made without leather.

A technical highlight of the Mizuno Alpha is the Mizuno Enerzy foam, which should provide improved damping and a more efficient energy return (known from Mizuno's running shoes). The Engineered Fit fabric structure provides a solid fit.

Mizuno offer two high-end versions of the Alpha - a Made in Japan edition as well as an Elite edition.

Mizuno Alpha Blackout Colorway - Not Available to Buy Yet

Images via Japanese boot experts @football_boots_0014blog.

Mizuno Alpha - Features

  • Mizuno Football‘s fastest-ever speed boots weighing 195 grams
  • Available as Made in Japan & Elite high-end versions
  • Successor of Mizuno Rebula
  • First high-end Mizuno soccer cleat solely made from synthetic materials
  • Engineered Fit Last Neo: Same as MORELIA NEO III
  • Engineered Fit Woven: Upper material that stretches moderately laterally, but not along the length of the foot
  • Engineered Fit Flame: Optimal pattern for fitting and shoemaking, reducing lateral shifting during play
  • Engineered Fit Sponge: Placement with minimum required mass to enhance fit
  • Engineered Fit Flame: Optimal pattern for fitting and shoemaking, reducing lateral shifting during play
  • ZEROGLIDE α MESH Tongue: Grip material is used to reduce the tongue slipping during play
  • External counter outsole: Nylon x TPU resin
  • α Triangle Studs: Provide grip to enable vertical speed and fine movements
  • Suitable for all surfaces: soil, artificial grass, and natural grass
  • MIZUNO ENERZY Foam: Enhanced cushioning and energy return
  • KaRVO Half-Board: Enhanced energy return
  • ZEROGLIDE α MESH Sockliner: Use of grip material supports agile movements
  • Weight: 195 Grams
  • Price: 320 USD (320 EUR)
  • Colorway: White/Ignition Red/801 C
  • Release date: 3 November 2022

Available to pre-order since 3 November 2022, the new Alpha soccer cleats from Mizuno retail at 320 USD (320 EUR).

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