Osaka IDO Turf Shoes
Move Freely Without Jeopardizing Stability
The IDO comes alive with midsole decoupling that changes the behavior of the shoe without jeopardizing stability. The foot in its natural form is a completely decoupled structure, it has 26 bones and has over 100 ligaments which all move independently of each other.
What decoupling does is when you apply a particular force to the bottom of the shoe it separates so that you have more shoe in contact with the ground when you need it, where you need it. Decoupling on the IDO is nonspecific so it suits anyone and everyone, no matter your foot shape or function.
Optimum Positioning For Agility
The closer to the ground, the less the penalty. Traditionally the height in the back is usually 30 mm and the front 20 mm which gives a stack height of 10 mm. The IDO MK1 height in the back is 26 mm and the front 18 mm with the result of a 8 mm drop which brings the player closer to the pitch.
Engineered Mesh Upper
An engineered mesh upper is the lightest option available without jeopardizing durability or strength for foot lockdown. This upper is noticeably light and breathable and has been designed not to hold water. The IDO engineered mesh upper offers confidence to the athlete when they push the limits.
Toe Box Shell Protection
To protect the toes from ball impact, a toe box shell protection has been applied in the front. We've tested the toe box to obtain the optimum amount of protection without carrying unnecessary weight.
Multi Directional Cleats
The grip characteristics of the IDO are unique to the game of field hockey. Running backwards, sideways, pivoting and fast acceleration forward - there is no direction that the cleats don't accommodate for. A full contact outsole that offers full confidence in fast changing directional movements and allowing rapid braking.
The IDO is unique because it is built around what's called an anatomical last, in fact, it's the first field hockey shoe to ever be built using an anatomical last. Traditional lasts are flat on the bottom whereas an anatomical last is completely contoured to the shape of a foot. When that's translated to the shoe, it means you sit in the shoe with full surface contact rather than on top of the flat midsole.
• Fast drying mesh upper is lightweight and breathable.
• Sling system prevents the foot from sliding around, giving a snug fit and tighter lockdown.
• First field hockey shoe to be built using an anatomical last, where the shoe is contoured to the shape of the foot.
• Toe box shell protection protects against ball impact.
• Full contact outsole offers full confidence in fast changing directional movements and allowing rapid braking.
• Sizes: Euro sizing 36.5 - 42 (equals US women's 6 - 10)
SHOE RETURN POLICY - Please try on shoes indoors to check for fit and sizing. Do not wear outside when trying on shoes. We do not accept returns of used shoes. When returning shoes, they must be in unused condition with original, unmarked box. If box is damaged, marked, or taped, there will be a 15% restocking fee. All sales final on shoes marked clearance.
Osaka IDO MK1
From the beginning the project mantra has always been, The Athlete Comes First. Our intention was to fill the disconnect between what was perceived to be a performance hockey shoe and what is a performance hockey shoe.