Mizuno Morelia Model Comparison

Three Morelia are better than one The recent release of the Mizuno Morelia M8 Japan remake has led to questions about which Morelia is the best model overall. After all, we already have the regular Morelia II Japan and the limited-edition Morelia DNA Japan. So, it can be a bit confusing as to which one […]

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Mizuno Zero+ Shoe Cleaner Review

A handy accessory Some years back, Mizuno teamed up with a brand called P.Matsu to make a new type of shoe cleaner, that was more specifically for leather shoes. It has proved quite successful, as it has continued to sell well. Now, Mizuno are back with a new shoe cleaner called Zero+, which aims to […]

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Adidas X Speedflow.1 Review

Surpassing potential With the release of the X Ghosted last year, adidas put themselves back in competition with Nike in the speed boot race. The CarbiTex soleplate showed that carbon fibre could be effective when used properly. Having gone with a synthetic, adidas tried to push the envelope of what a synthetic could do but […]

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Gavic Mathieu Jin Review

Comfort and Grip Gavic is a brand that somewhat exists under the radar, even in Japan. While they have a bigger presence in the futsal side of the game, they still have made a space for themselves in the 11 a side game. The main line for their outdoor boots is the Mathieu series, which […]

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Adidas Nemeziz.1 FG Review

Balanced and Interesting After the launch of the first model, the Nemeziz has been somewhat of an all arounder without ever being the most popular of boots. If you asked most people which boot silo adidas should drop, most people would conclude that the Nemeziz should go. And to a point, this is understandable. After […]

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Adler Toledo Review

Comfort and more comfort Adler has a skill for creating comfortable leather boots, but occasionally smaller brands can struggle with consistency. The Toledo is slightly different from the Reggio that I previously reviewed. The Toledo has a cross-stitched forefoot with a thinner leather and a slightly more padded heel. They do use the same soleplate, […]

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ASICS Ultrezza 2 AI Sustainable Review

Tech and support The original Ultrezza was a step in a different direction for ASICS. A tech-heavy boot, that focused more on support was a boon for anybody wanting a more solid boot without compromising on performance. With the release of the second edition of the Ultrezza, ASICS has looked to build on the foundation […]

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Mizuno Morelia DNA Japan Review

A new champion The Mizuno Morelia II Japan is one of the Japanese brand’s mostly popular boots and continues to pop up on pitches all across the country and the world. In the past decade though, the Morelia Neo series has run closely behind and become the main choice for Mizuno veterans and newbies alike. […]

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ASICS Grip Socks Review

Performance and Support ASICS is a brand that has built a solid reputation on the fit and support offered on its products. This extends to football as well, where boots like the Ultrezza are known for the solid support provided. Often this comes through heel raises, or some sort of extra cushioning. And support is […]

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Tokyo Football Grip Sock Review

Bargain price, great performance There is no doubting that there has been a massive increase in the companies that make grip socks these days. A lot of these brands seem to take one of two paths: decent, but inexpensive or higher, performance and higher price. But not too many socks seem to marry decent price […]

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