Wiki(Boot)Leaks: Boot Calendar Update – 9/2/11

Our new updated boot calendar contains the usual, new boots and updated boot releases. However, we now know what the new Predators are actually be called. And it’s not Kinetic.

February 2011

March 2011

April and May 2011

  • We believe there are none at the moment because it would be near the end of the season in Europe, hence no point releasing any new boots with all the hype on world football.

June 2011

July 2011

August

September

October

In case you guys need more clarification, the Predators with the TPU bottom (or the lighter one) is called the Predator SL. The regular Predator without the SprintFrame or TPU Bottom is called the AdiPower. The name AdiPower was trademarked by Adidas so we’re very sure it’s going to be used for the Predator series.

The Daily Planet: McClaren Gets The Sack

VfL Wolfsburg have confirmed the sacking of their manager, Steve McClaren, after he failed to produce any magic with the German side. His last match for the club resulted in a 1-0 loss at Hannover 96. A mere 5 wins in a total 21 matches, gave the club no choice but to fire the ex-England manager.

Steve McClaren

The Englishman capped a successful 2010 with FC Twente by winning the Dutch Eredivisie title before moving to the German giants. Supporters had high hopes for the new season, but 1 win in 11 games has left Wolfsburg sitting in 12th position, just 1 point outside the relegation zone.
The team’s chairman of the board, Dr Francisco Javier Garcia Sanz, has explained that the club were left with no choice.
“We have not seen any alternative,” he said. “Following the recent negative results we cannot underestimate our situation in the table. Being only one point clear of the relegation places, we are alarmed.”

Pierre Littbarski

In an interview, representatives from Wolfsburg announced McClaren’s replacement. They informed the press that Pierre Littbarski, Steve’s old assistant, will be taking on the role. Wolfsburg chief executive assured fans that Littbarski is fully competent to take on the managerial duties on a permanent basis. “We talked at great length with him. He has convinced us that he will take the necessary measures in our situation.”

Puma v1.10 SL Fluro Orange/Blue Aster/White Colorway

Here is the latest Puma v1.10 SL colorway!

Specs:

UPPER: Supersoft and ultra thin premium microfiber.

OUTSOLE: One piece of pebax with acarbon fiber inset to minimize weight and increase stability. A PUMA AptoLast mimics the shape of the foot.

Details:

  • Outsole Material: TPU
  • Primary Upper Material: Microfibre
  • Stud Material: PU
  • Stud Shape: Bladed
  • Studs Removable: no
  • Suitable For: Firm Natural Surfaces
  • Weight: 5.3 oz.

What do you think of these new flamboyant boots from Puma?

Wiki(Boot)Leaks: New Nike Tiempo Legend IV and CTR Maestri II Colourway

We’ve been speculating about the Nike Tiempo IV’s for a while, the common agreement being that they needed a real makeover. Today we’ve found images of a really nice new Nike Tiempo Legend IV colourway, which brings us to two colourways that we now know of. This boot looks to be a step in the right direction, as the bright orange studs really compliment the black upper. The new Tiempos look to be a really nice move away from the rather ‘disgusting’ releases of the Tiempo III, such as the White/Black/Volt boots.

James showed you these back in December

Here’s two other Nike CTR360 Maestri II colourways we’ve found, the second of which that we’ve already shown you in December, but this is a better image of it. The CTR II’s are beginning to become one of the dominant boots in the market, with loads of players wearing them week in week out in the major footballing leagues. These colourways are additions to the already nice range that the CTR II’s have, and it doesn’t look like their growth in popularity is going to wane anytime soon.

What are you impressions about these boots? Leave your comments in the section below.

The Truth Behind Adidas Kits

Unfortunately, if you thought that the kit you bought of your favorite team was the one the players were wearing, it is not the case. Recently SER, with James at the helm, have dug deep into the issue and have come up with some interesting news.

Over the years, I thought that all my Liverpool Adidas kits were the real deal as they did not come cheap in any means! It’s quite disappointing to find out you are spending $70 plus on a kit that the players are not even wearing.
So how can you tell?

First of all, all the club and national kits besides the techfit kits have the climacool logo on them. If it says ClimaCool on it, then that means that it is a Replica/not player issue. Unfortunately, Adidas do not sell the ‘Authentic’ version for most clubs and only sell a limited stock of techfit kits for a selected number of teams. There are 2 authentic versions of kits that the players get to chose from though, Techfit or ForMotion. Both of these kits feature a rubbery Adidas logo that is bonded or pressed onto the kit. The replica version features a different material and it is stitched on. The 3 stripes on the sleeve are also pressed on and are made of a different material then the replica kits; it’s a bit like a thin rubbery tape. Material wise, the Formotion kits are a little tighter and made out of lighter and better quality materials than the ClimaCool version. The Techfit version depending on the design, will use some of the Formotion or higher quality ClimaCool materials as well as the Techfit material. The Liverpool home kit features ClimaCool material on the front and back of the kit, and on the sides and sleeves it uses Techfit material.
Who uses what?

It really depends on the template of the kit; for teams that have Techfit kits with Powerweb, the players usually opt to wear the Formotion version with teams like AC Milan and Bayern Munich. With teams like Chelsea and Liverpool, the majority of the squad wear Techfit. Real Madrid are the team I can’t quite understand with every squad member choosing to wear Formotion kits.
Lets take a look at some Kit Spotting!
Liverpool:

Luis Suarez wearing the Techfit Liverpool jersey- you can tell by the tightness and the silver Techfit logo.
Not the greatest picture of Maxi Rodriguez, but you can just see the Techfit logo on the bottom left of his kit.
Liverpool’s Daniel Agger wearing Techfit.
Christian Poulsen wearing a more loosely made techfit kit. Quite a few Liverpool players seem to be wearing Techfit kits like Christian Poulsen’s that are a little looser. They probably prefer the material of the looser Techfit kits to the Formotion kits.
Chelsea:
Drogba, Kalou and Anelka all looking like they had had their Chelsea kits painted on! All three of them are wearing Techfit. You can see the Techfit logo on Anelka’s kit as well.
Chelsea’s midfield maestro Frank Lampard wearing Chelsea’s Techfit home kit. They should be called the Adidas ‘Bodypaint Kits’ as it looks like Adidas have them made extra tight for the Chelsea players!
Real Madrid:
The first Formotion kit spotting is of Karem Benzema. You can tell by the logo and the looser fit.
New loan man Adebayor was spotted scoring his first goal for Real Madrid in a Formotion kit as you can vaguely tell by the logo.
Cristiano spotted lining up for a free kick wearing the Formotion kit. Out of all the players on the Real Madrid squad, you would think Cristiano Ronaldo would be the one wearing the skin tight Techfit kit.
Ac Milan:
Robinho is one of the few AC Milan players to wear the Techfit home kit, however Robinho interestingly wears the Formotion away kit on his side’s travels.

Cassano and Ibrahimovic both along with the majority of their teammates are wearing the Formotion kits. You can see the logo on Ibrahomovic’s kit.

Bayern Munich:
Arjen Robben is only one of a few players at Bayern who prefer the Techfit kits over the Formotion ones. You can see the Techfit powerbands going down the side of his kit.
Schweinsteiger wearing a little looser fitting Techfit kit and if you look closely, you can see faintly see the powerbands.
What do you think about the 3 different versions of kids Adidas make? Should they remove the ClimaCool kits and sell the Formotion and Techfit kits for every club? Tell us what you think!

View from the Couch: Fernando Who? "You Should Have Stayed with a Real Club"

A new number 9 making his debut against his former club doesn’t happen everyday. While many people created images of a certain Spaniard celebrating in front of the fans who used to adore him in their minds, it didn’t quite work out.

It was the most eagerly anticipated football match of the year so far. While it would be normally be seen as a meeting of two EPL powerhouses, the events of Monday the 31st of January made it the EPL game of the year. A casual £50 million transfer made this game the biggest game of the year.

All eyes were on Torres from the start. Would the Chelsea fans accept him? How will Liverpool fans come to terms their former idol? Is he the spark for Chelsea’s potential late surge up the table?

Chelsea had to adjust their formation, as many pundits expected. Torres partnered up with Drogba up front, with Anelka playing as a CAM, which served as the head of a diamond midfield formation, which meant Malouda and Kalou had to be content with places on the bench. Liverpool countered this with a 5-3-2 and an incredibly well organized defence. This was strike 1 for Chelsea. Liverpool almost seemed to read Ancelotti’s mind and played the perfect formation to counter a diamond midfield.

The game wasn’t incredibly close. Chelsea weren’t unlucky to lose. There were two important factors missing from the Chelsea that every team needs. Width and creativity. Chelsea had neither of those. While the squad does have players who will provide the latter, the former is definitely something that is lacking from the squad. It lead to Chelsea having a serious lack of penetration. Strike 2 for Chelsea. Mikel and Lampard were forced to take on unnatural right and left midfield positions respectively. These guys are center midfielders. It was never going to work out for Chelsea. This also explained Chelsea’s lack of creativity. Lampard has pools of it and he can’t put it to any use out on the flanks.

The formation may prove successful away from home, however when ever teams travel to Stamford Bridge, they would be inclined to simply put bodies in the box and defend at all costs. Whenever Torres or Drogba went out to the flank on the rare occasions and dragged centre backs from their natural positions, Anelka was able to rampage into the box.  If Chelsea play Malouda and change their formation, he or maybe even Ashley Cole might be able to cross it in and put it on the head of a rampaging Lampard or Anelka making a late run into the box. Chelsea and Ancelotti will need to figure out what will work for them.

One thing that needs to be stated is that Torres will need more time to settle in. Chelsea fans hoped and prayed that the Spaniard would make his goal scoring debut against his former club and instantly provide a return on Chelsea’s £50 million investment. Is it that too much was expected of him? Or has the romance of football disappeared? While Torres may have been refreshed with his British transfer record fee, he looked as uninterested and out of form as he was for Liverpool.  He retired to chants “you should have stayed with a real club” from his former fans and his expression was unmoved after Meireles scored the winner for Liverpool. He will need more time to adjust to his surroundings.

Liverpool must be applauded for their performance though. Liverpool are now sixth on the table and with 4 wins in 4 games, Arsenal are the only team that have collected more points than Liverpool in the last 6 games (13 as opposed to 14). He’s (Kenny Daglish) breathed a new air of confidence into the club. On his first few games, it felt like a team that were waiting for their new signings, Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez, to come in and take over. Yet neither of those two played and Liverpool were to more fluent of the two teams on show. Meireles worked tirelessly and is becoming prolific, Kelly is growing in confidence by the day and looks to become the next big thing, Glen Johnson marauding down the wing has worked effectively, Skrtel is starting to grow in stature and even Carragher had a fantastic game, denying Torres a great chance with a fantastic last ditch tackle. This hasn’t become a team that is said to be nothing without Gerrard. Gerrard seemed to be insignificant compared to how some of his team-mates played.

Torres may have to wait another day to prove his worth. But he will have to wait till next season until he has the oppurtunity to score against his former club.

Did you catch the game? What did you think of Torres’ debut?

View from the Couch: Fernando Who? “You Should Have Stayed with a Real Club”

A new number 9 making his debut against his former club doesn’t happen everyday. While many people created images of a certain Spaniard celebrating in front of the fans who used to adore him in their minds, it didn’t quite work out.

It was the most eagerly anticipated football match of the year so far. While it would be normally be seen as a meeting of two EPL powerhouses, the events of Monday the 31st of January made it the EPL game of the year. A casual £50 million transfer made this game the biggest game of the year.

All eyes were on Torres from the start. Would the Chelsea fans accept him? How will Liverpool fans come to terms their former idol? Is he the spark for Chelsea’s potential late surge up the table?

Chelsea had to adjust their formation, as many pundits expected. Torres partnered up with Drogba up front, with Anelka playing as a CAM, which served as the head of a diamond midfield formation, which meant Malouda and Kalou had to be content with places on the bench. Liverpool countered this with a 5-3-2 and an incredibly well organized defence. This was strike 1 for Chelsea. Liverpool almost seemed to read Ancelotti’s mind and played the perfect formation to counter a diamond midfield.

The game wasn’t incredibly close. Chelsea weren’t unlucky to lose. There were two important factors missing from the Chelsea that every team needs. Width and creativity. Chelsea had neither of those. While the squad does have players who will provide the latter, the former is definitely something that is lacking from the squad. It lead to Chelsea having a serious lack of penetration. Strike 2 for Chelsea. Mikel and Lampard were forced to take on unnatural right and left midfield positions respectively. These guys are center midfielders. It was never going to work out for Chelsea. This also explained Chelsea’s lack of creativity. Lampard has pools of it and he can’t put it to any use out on the flanks.

The formation may prove successful away from home, however when ever teams travel to Stamford Bridge, they would be inclined to simply put bodies in the box and defend at all costs. Whenever Torres or Drogba went out to the flank on the rare occasions and dragged centre backs from their natural positions, Anelka was able to rampage into the box. If Chelsea play Malouda and change their formation, he or maybe even Ashley Cole might be able to cross it in and put it on the head of a rampaging Lampard or Anelka making a late run into the box. Chelsea and Ancelotti will need to figure out what will work for them.

One thing that needs to be stated is that Torres will need more time to settle in. Chelsea fans hoped and prayed that the Spaniard would make his goal scoring debut against his former club and instantly provide a return on Chelsea’s £50 million investment. Is it that too much was expected of him? Or has the romance of football disappeared? While Torres may have been refreshed with his British transfer record fee, he looked as uninterested and out of form as he was for Liverpool. He retired to chants “you should have stayed with a real club” from his former fans and his expression was unmoved after Meireles scored the winner for Liverpool. He will need more time to adjust to his surroundings.

Liverpool must be applauded for their performance though. Liverpool are now sixth on the table and with 4 wins in 4 games, Arsenal are the only team that have collected more points than Liverpool in the last 6 games (13 as opposed to 14). He’s (Kenny Daglish) breathed a new air of confidence into the club. On his first few games, it felt like a team that were waiting for their new signings, Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez, to come in and take over. Yet neither of those two played and Liverpool were to more fluent of the two teams on show. Meireles worked tirelessly and is becoming prolific, Kelly is growing in confidence by the day and looks to become the next big thing, Glen Johnson marauding down the wing has worked effectively, Skrtel is starting to grow in stature and even Carragher had a fantastic game, denying Torres a great chance with a fantastic last ditch tackle. This hasn’t become a team that is said to be nothing without Gerrard. Gerrard seemed to be insignificant compared to how some of his team-mates played.

Torres may have to wait another day to prove his worth. But he will have to wait till next season until he has the oppurtunity to score against his former club.

Did you catch the game? What did you think of Torres’ debut?

The Daily Planet: West Bromwich Manager Sacked

After losing 13 of West Brom’s last 18 matches these past few months, the club’s hierarchy have decided that Roberto Di Matteo isn’t the right man for the job, and have sacked the Swiss-Italian manager.

Roberto Di Matteo

Roberto Di Matteo lasted just 19 months before the Baggies’ chairman and board determined that his time as head coach was at an end. West Bromwich were on a long run of defeats, before narrowly beating Blackpool at home, their first win in 6 matches, though it didn’t help much, as the club went on to lose their next two games as well.

West Ham First Team Coach Michael Appleton

As of today, West Brom’s first team coach Michael Appleton is in charge of the club, and will handle all managerial duties until the board find a suitable replacement. The chairman of the club, Jeremy Peace, spoke in an interview about their search for a new manager.
“We now begin the search to find a new head coach who will fit into our existing set-up and work under our Sporting & Technical Director, Dan Ashworth, with a view to taking the Club forward. In the meantime, First-Team affairs are in the very capable hands of Michael Appleton.”

Jeremy Peace

The chairman seemed reluctant to sack his manager, stating that, ‘This Club’s track record proves we do not take such decisions lightly.’ Peace did not mention any possible candidates for the job, though with all the sackings that have happened this year, the club will surely find a replacement soon.

The Daily Planet: The (New) Top Four In England

In a brand new column called the Daily Planet, Danny looks at the latest news around the world and gives opinions on football’s latest events. For decades, the ‘top four’ clubs in England consisted mainly of Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal, but this year has brought some enormous changes for teams in the top division of English football.

2010 League Winners

Though Liverpool currently find themselves languishing in seventh place this season, it is the Chelsea supporters who will be most disappointed with their club. The fans of last year’s title winners must be feeling more blue than ever, with their club barely hanging on to fourth place. What started off as a perfect season, has now become a year of scrappy wins and disappointing losses, with a few pathetic draws here and there. Considering the team that managed to win both the league and the cup this past season is essentially still together, Chelsea should be challenging for 1st place, rather than fighting for 4th. The Blues are sitting below Manchester City, who, after splashing a few million pounds, seem to have solidified their place in the top 4 of English football.

Liverpool Looking Depressed

The Reds are clearly not in the top four anymore, and haven’t been for quite some time now. The seventh placed finish that Liverpool managed last season was definitely not a one time thing, as most people associated with the club would have hoped. Instead, the team that has 18 titles under its belt is again in 7th place, their highest position this year. Two new signings this year might bring them a couple places higher in the table, but it will be a while before Liverpool Football Club are going to be able to mount a serious title challenge. Instead we see Tottenham in fifth place and Sunderland in sixth. While 6th place will probably see some changes in the near future, it looks as if the Spurs are solidifying their place in the top 5, and in time, might be able to move up into the top four.

Tottenham Celebrate A Win

Take a look at the table right now and you’ll see Tottenham and City rising up higher and higher, aside from a loss every now and then, and Chelsea slowly dropping lower in the league each month. Chelsea are looking more and more unlikely to make a comeback and win the title, with both City and Tottenham appearing to have more passion and self belief than the Blues at the moment.

It will take time for the Spurs to push themselves into the top four permanently, and even longer for City, who have not been very consistent this year, but if both teams can keep up the results, we will definitely see one of them get close to winning the league sooner or later.

Who do you think the top four in England are at the moment?

New Adidas Predator X Men/Women Colorways

Here are the latest men and women’s colorways for the Adidas Predator X

The latest colorway for the mens Predator X line is the Blackout version. I have to say they are really quite good looking, and feel that maybe Adidas released them so that when professional players wear the black out unreleased Predator Adipower, amateur boot spotters will think they are the Predator X’s and the attention will be taken off the unreleased Predator Adipowers.

I can’t quite understand how these boots fit in the women’s category. For me they are as manly as can be and would buy them in an instant! I think this is one of the nicest colorways that have been released since the Predator X was released. The navy blue base, light blue stitching and electricity 3 stripes are a fantastic combination along with a little silver splash!

Adidas seem to be making a trend with making nice colorways for women’s boots (not that I’m against it!). I think this is a quite a nice combination of colors, but its understandable that it has been categorized for the women’s section.


View from the Couch: EPL Promotion Cantidates – Part 1

As we all know, 3 teams get promoted from the English Championship into the English Premier League. While many scoff at the thought of the Championship, the improving quality of the Championship is seen in the success of Newcastle, Blackpool and West Brom in the EPL this season. Jordon goes through the favourites for promotion and what to expect from them if they are in the EPL next season.

1. Queens Park Rangers (30 played, 31 goal difference, 59 points)

Season so far: Flying high at the top of the Championship, QPR are finnaly hitting the potential people knew the club had after being purchased by F1 businessmen Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone. Arguably seen as the Manchester City of the Championship with their huge pool of wealth, manager Neil Warnock has got his QPR side playing a good brand of football, with quality players all over the pitch. They’ve spent the majority of the season on top of the league and fans will be disappointed if they miss out on an automatic promotion spot (the first two places).

Star players: No surprise really. QPR playmaker and captain Adel Taarabt was highlighted as one of the players to watch this season in our article earlier this year. With an incredible 14 goals and 15 assists this season, the Morrocan has suddenly become one of the biggest prospects in world football and will be one to watch in the EPL next season. Goalkeeper Paddy Kenny has been near faultless this season and centre back Kaspars Gorkss has been impressive with 3 goals for the R’s this season.

Adel Taarabt and Kaspar Gorkss

2. Norwich City (29 played, 10 goal difference, 51 points)


Season so far: A season in League 1 has done the Canaries a world of good. With one of the most promising young managers in world football at the helm (Paul Lambert), Norwich’s rise up the table has seen them hit a high of 2nd at the time of writing. Norwich have the best away record in the league and they haven’t lost since mid December. That’s a run of 8 games, including the scalp of table toppers QPR. Norwich also have one of the most loyal supporters in the country, they have the highest average attendances in the league. While they have an automatic promotion spot at the moment, fans might be happy just to have a play off spot once May comes around. But an automatic promotion spot will show how far the club have come since the dark days of League 1.

Star players: Club captain and talisman Grant Holt hasn’t really stopped scoring since last season. With 10 goals and 8 assists this season, he forever cemented a place in every Norwich fan’s heart (mine included) with a devastating hat-trick in Norwich’s 4-1 rout over local rivals (and inbreds) Ipswich Town. Wes Hoolahan is another fan favourite with 8 goals this season and seems to be at the heart of everything positive from Norwich when he’s on the park.

Grant Holt and Wes Hoolahan

3. Swansea City (29 played, 11 goal difference, 50 points)

Season so far: Being one of the two Welsh teams in the top 6, the possibility of a history making Welsh team playing in the EPL next season is a very likely prospect. Manager Brendan Rogers took over from former boss Paulo Sousa in July last year after he left to take the vacant Leicester City spot. Rogers has done remarkably well with the squad he inherited from Sousa and has won over half of his games during his time at Swansea. They also beat bitter rivals Cardiff earlier this season and they will hope to do the double over them when they meet this weekend.

Star players: Winger Scott Sinclair only signed on in the winter and he’s already ammased 12 goals in the league for Swansea this season. He’s only 21 and fans hope he will be able to settle at the Welsh club considering he’s already played for 8 different clubs. Partner in crime Darren Pratley has 7 goals to his name, while the Swansea defence has achieved 14 cleansheets this season, the second highest in the league.

Scott Sinclair

Luis Suarez Adizero Prime Switch?

In Liverpool’s most recent training session, it looks like Luis Suarez is trying out the new Adizero Primes after having a dream debut at the Kop in a different pair of football boots!

After scoring on his debut for Liverpool in the leather Adizero’s, its quite a surprise that Suarez is trying out a different boot already. Maybe Adidas sent him a pair and he wanted to try them out, or maybe he is making the switch to the Primes permanently! We will have to wait and see when Liverpool play Chelsea on the weekend!

Adidas 2010/2011 Champions League Wembley Final Finale Ball

This season has been an action packed one spread across all the European domestic leagues, but most people will argue that the most exciting moments that happen in club football occur in Champions League play, so it’s no wonder why UEFA and Adidas work so hard on creating the perfect football for the competition. The latest creation for the Wembley Final in May is the Adidas 2010/11 Champions League Wembley Final Finale Ball.

Adidas 2010-2011 Champions League Finale Wembley Final Ball

The Champions League Finale is the official Adidas match ball, used during the 2011 Champions League final at Wembley Stadium. This Adidas match ball is one of the most advanced footballs ever, made using the best of technologies and features.

FIFA approved to the highest standard, this Adidas match ball is styled with a red and orange Champions League star pattern across the outer, featuring built-in super lightweight thermal bonding panels to offer the footballer true flight and less drag in the air.

One of the lightest match footballs on the market, this Champions League Finale Adidas match ball uses advanced technologies to offer exceptional weight, balance and shape retention in all conditions.

Adidas F50 adiZero Prime Messi Juggling Viral

Adidas have hit back at Nike’s Take Control Iniesta video with a viral of their own, and while they too use a Barcelona player, they have the reigning FIFA World Player of the Year or FIFA Ballon D’Or, Lionel Messi on their books.

In this surreal video, the Argentine maestro juggles the lightest boots in the world, the Adidas F50 adiZero Prime, which funnily enough, he doesn’t even wear, as he opts for the leather Adidas F50 adiZero. But don’t let that keep you from watching the video as it is very cool.

Wiki(Boot)Leaks: Are These the New Mizuno Morelia Wave?

Here at SER we don’t post many things about unreleased Mizuno colourways, mainly because they are hard to come by despite most of us being big fans of the Japanese company. Today however, we’ve found pictures of what looks to be the new colourway of the Mizuno Morelia Waves. The Morelia are without a doubt one of the classic football boots, up there with the Copa Mundials and legendary players such as Rivaldo using them as their boots of choice. It’s a heritage boot that offers a great touch and comfort thanks to a K-Leather upper and great craftsmanship. If these pictures are indeed a new Morelia then there are quite a few noticable differences at first glance, mainly the loss of the huge tongue that the Morelia’s currently sport. From what we understand the Mizuno Morelia Wave’s combine the ‘wave’ technology with the heritage of the Morelia brand, so in a sense are the best of both worlds.*UPDATE* Thanks to our Korean friend Junpyo, we’ve been able to get a rough translation for the description of the boot, some of the sentences however still are a bit unclear.

“- Kangaroo Leather and micro fiber leather

– Weight is around 235g

– A Mizuno cleat that gives a lighter and more comfortable fit, a special version of the Moleria with an anatomical fit

– Anatomical cup insole

– Designed to fit the heel of the foot more comfortably than before, as if it surrounds the foot. Also prevents the slipping of the foot.

– Brand new design

– Moleria Wave design on the front part of the shoe using K-Leather, on the back micro fiber leather is used

– Built in sink bar between the midsole and outsole appropriate for synchronized bending (thanks to Jason!)

Mizuno Morelia Wave

New Mizuno Morelia Wave?

Credit: Kaka (siamboots)

If you by any chance do read Korean, give translating that description a shot as any information would be much appreciated.

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