Who should buy the Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 Beta

The Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 Beta is just one of the best speed cleats available on the market today. It's best appreciated by soccer players who value speed over anything else. Those who like having a barefoot sensation will also go crazy over this well-engineered masterpiece from Mizuno.

Who should NOT buy the Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 Beta

The premium-quality Neo 3 Beta is NOT for those who

  • are on a budget. Alternatively, you can check our list of affordable football cleats such as the Mizuno Rebula v3
  • want a little give around the rear area. The snug one-to-one fit may prove to be bothersome; try checking out the Mizuno Morelia Neo KL II

Perfect combination of traction and grip

Many athletes are appreciative of the shoe's traction and grip, saying that it has the right amount. Several find it helpful as well since it prevents them from getting stuck, but not too flimsy as well which causes them to slip.

Play well on any type of grass

Footballers mentioned that this pair performs well on both natural and artificial grass courts. This makes sense because of its soleplate and the stud configuration that are versatile enough to do its job well on any type of court.

Some commented that if something has to be changed, Mizuno can still make the studs more aggressive to allow them to dig in more sharply.

Experience next-level comfort with Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 Beta

Handcrafted and made of high-quality K-leather, many find Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 so nice on foot. Several said that the padded feel is located wherever it is needed, and the tongue is quite stretchy to accommodate a wide variety of foot shapes and sizes.

Barefoot touch

According to people who bought this pair, the upper part of the shoe is of the right thickness. They said it's not too thin that it already lost its supportive qualities and it's also not too thick that it already has an overly padded feel, claiming that this is the closest to a barefoot feel as a soccer cleat can reasonably go.

Light and sleek design

Being a speed cleat, players mentioned that they expected the Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 Beta to have a streamlined look. Many appreciate how its materials are light so as not to weigh the player down when running. The upper also features vertical and horizontal seams, allowing for more agility.

Built to last

Many football players commended this pair because of its durability, commenting that it does not show any signs of wear and tear even after being used many times in intense games. 

...but comes with a high price

However, some have expressed their dismay regarding its price, saying that its $320 price tag is quite expensive. Despite the fact that the price of the shoe is far from the $145 average price point of the Mizuno soccer cleats, many still buy this shoe saying that its great features are worth its price.

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 207g
Base model: Mizuno Morelia Neo 3
Top: Low
Surface: Flexible Ground
Collection: Mizuno Morelia
Lacing System: Laced
BRAND Brand: Mizuno

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Akshay Kumar Malhotra
Akshay Kumar Malhotra

Akshay is a former professional soccer player turned sports journalist. His passion for the sport led him to start writing about it, and he is now a published author across various sports websites, featured on TheSportster and Sportskeeda among others. After he retired from the Singapore professional soccer scene, Akshay formed his own amateur soccer club FC Banterbury, initially just for laughs. Safe to say, soccer is an integral part of Akshay's life, and soccer cleats in particular are an obsession for him.