Five years of Morelia Neo and we're still waiting for a bad colourway. Mizuno's speed boot line is the most aesthetically tidy on the market, never tempted to stray further than two or three-toned combinations and the latest is another typically satisfying update.

There isn't many colourways that the Neo hasn't covered yet in over a half decade of on pitch action - a veteran in a fast paced, short shelf-life market. Sticking to the tradition of crowd-pleasing simplistic paint jobs to compliment the simplicity of the design Mizuno introduce a "Black/Chinese Red" drop to carry the silo into its fifth year of leather goodness after being originally launched way back in 2011 - when Dimitar Berbatov was picking up the Premier League Golden Boot and this was murdering our ears.

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Following on from the beautiful limited edition 'Origami Concept' the first standard Neo colourway ensures Mizuno kick off 2016 in trademark quality. Tech wise, you should know the drill by now, the Neo offers a traditional leather feel at the lightest possible weight. Twenty odd colourways, same performance, if it ain't broke...

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