Dan Norton who is this years top points scorer with 264 and also the top try scorer with 52 in the HSBC IRB 7’s World Series 2012/13. Has worn Mizuno boots throughout.

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However for the last weekend in London he moved to the latest addition to the fold the stunning new Mizuno Morelia Neo giving them their first run out. He wore them along with a host of players at the London Rugby Sevens and during the Aviva Premiership Semi-Finals.

The Morelia Neo is Mizuno’s lightest leather boot, this makes it ideal for players looking to cover serious ground during the game. Englands Norton has been wearing Mizuno boots for a long time now and the new boots are ideally suited for him.

London was the final leg on the HSBC Sevens World Series and Englands progression into the third/fourth place play offs gave the flyer the opportunity to add to his impressive try scoring record for the season. Norton was top try scorer for the weekend finishing with a total of 10 tries, 3 ahead of Kenya’s Willy Ambaka. Thus taking his total for the season to 52 and he was crowned Top Try Scorer and Top Points Scorer for the series.

Specification Mizuno Morelia Neo

Mizuno Morelia Neo Rugby Boots have uppers made from the finest kangaroo leather which provides a quilted, luxurious feel whilst the stitch lines help to offer a secure fit. To improve the comfort of the boot, Mizuno have included padding on the tongue. The graded Pebax sole plate is designed to offer enhanced flexibility and durability. It it also extremely light so brings the overall weight of the boot down. The multi-stud pattern allows for excellent foot holding and comfort. There are 13 moulded studs on the FG boot which help to reduce foot pressure. Autumn Glory/White/Diva Mizuno Morelia Neo boots

Others in the Boots

Other top players wearing the boots over the weekend included Harlequins trio Maurie Fa’asavalu, James Johnston and Tom Williams.

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Christian Day and George Pisi of Northampton Saints also gave their new boots a run out.

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