Mizuno step into new territory by replacing the long serving Wave Ignitus silo with a new-generation model equipped to carry the quality reputation of the Japanese brand into the next chapter. Make way for the Rebula V1 series.

Constructed for class in comfort, the Mizuno Rebula V1 series is headlined by the 'Made in Japan' model, featured here. A standard Rebula V1 also arrives, but it's the elite level 'Made in Japan' model that boasts the brand's top materials and treatments to ensure the highest quality product available. Using the finest, most premium materials, the Rebula V1 MIJ is built for control as well as comfort.

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The Wave Ignitus was a popular boot amongst players seeking that extra bit of spin or power on the ball and Mizuno have kept some of those traits while combining them with fit and comfort all over. At first glance the Rebula V1 takes on a similar streamline silhouette as the Wave Ignitus, but there are a number of modern updates; The CT Frame provides the spine for the Rebula V1 and offers a foam skeleton for the foot to naturally slide in to.

Kangaroo leather provides that plush feel that Mizuno nail time and time again, as the material is used across the upper of the Rebula V1. It's the finest and thinnest k-leather the brand have used to date, meaning the Rebula V1 can offer that feeling of being close to the ball while eliminating any worries over chunkiness.

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Mizuno won't shout and scream about their new innovations as loudly as other leading brands, but that doesn't make them any lesser. Mizuno are rightly confident about their products and when you know, you know. The one thing you're guaranteed with Mizuno is quality. The Mizuno Rebula V1 will be worn by all existing Wave Ignitus players, including AC Milan's Keisuke Honda.

Pick up the Mizuno Rebula V1 from prodirectsoccer.com