Mizuno Shoes and Apparel
The Waveknit R2 by Mizuno makes a great shoe (The Wave Rider 22) even better. Mizuno has attached their new WAVEKNIT upper to the cushioned, yet responsive Wave Rider 22 midsole. WAVEKNIT has everything you want in a high-performance running shoe upper: breathability, security, and flexibility. The sock-like fit makes for a “barely-there” unobtrusive upper that flexes with your foot, but contracts in the right places to provide necessary support. If you are a fan of the Wave Rider 22 and would like a more custom- fit upper, this is the shoe for you. If you get the special Breast Cancer Research Foundation colorway, $10 of your purchase goes to the BCRF. It’s “comfort with a cause.”
Experience a softer landing and a smoother ride with the new update of the Mizuno Wave Rider. The twenty-second edition still uses Mizuno’s vaunted wave plate for impact dispersal and springy energy return. Now, the entire upper uses an engineered mesh for a supreme fit. If you have liked the Wave Rider in the past, you will like it even more.
Mizuno’s leading cushioned stability shoe has gone through an extensive update that contributes to a plush, premium feel without sacrificing responsiveness or stability. The all-new design uses Cloudwave technology for a great combination of springy cushioning and precise stability. For those runners who need the support offered by a shoe with a greater heel-to-toe offset, the updated Inspire has you covered with a 12 millimeter drop. Designers have even improved the Inspire’s traction by developing a new layout of flex grooves on the outsole. If you are looking for a stability shoe that is responsive, yet cushioned, give the Inspire 14 a try.
- Wave Shadow 2
- Wave Rider 22
- Wave Sky 2
- Wave Horizon 2
- Wave Inspire 14