It naturally follows that more than any other piece of footwear, football boots must have an all over design that suits the game. While taking technology from running shoes can help, there also needs to be some consideration given to how the ball is going to interact with the shoe. From improving overall ball control to the grip on the turf, Mizuno boots seem to stand out from the competition when it comes to genuine technical research. Style can be all important, particularly given today’s crop of professional footballers, but it is style means nothing without ability. Those footballers who don’t go on to win things and cement themselves not just in the consciousnesses of their own fans, but in the popular consciousness, typically fade away. This is the tragedy of what is a game of youth where players typically retire in their mid thirties.
The Mizuno Morelia Neo is the lightest leather football boot constructed and is a quality piece of performance footwear put to the test by none other than the Brazilian Hulk who currently plies his trade in Russia for FC Zenit Saint Petersburg who are doing everything to change the tide of footballing power East. Of course, belief is what makes a truly great football achieve those heights, but having the right technical forces behind them can ensure that they don’t falter at the highest levels. A light but sturdy piece of footwear can and does make the difference, with fans lauding or lambasting the player rather than the footwear depending on the outcome.