The imprint made by your foot after standing in water or sand.
Designed for the moderate to severe overpronator this Mizuno shoe features a breathable mesh upper features seamless overlays providing you with a supportive yet lightweight fit while the 'Dynamotion' fit technology allows the upper to conform to the shape of your foot reducing pressure points and ensuring comfort
Foam at the heel combined with a firm heel counter produces a snug fit and helps to reduce potential irritations and blister points
The midsole of the Wave Paradox features 'U4ic' technology providing you with lightweight and resilient cushioning helping to protect your joints while a double fan shaped wave in the rear foot and extended wave plate to the forefoot ensure a blend of support and cushioning for those who pronate moderately to maximum support
Mizuno use a rubber outsole with X10 technology at the heel for both durability and traction
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ABOUT MIZUNO -
The Mizuno Company exists because of a commitment to quality. In 1906, Japanese sporting-goods store owner, Rihachi Mizuno was frustrated with poor quality imported products. He looked for Japanese factories that could manufacture to his high standards. His philosophy was, ‘If it’s not the best, we will not sell it.’ It’s a philosophy we share at The Athlete’s Foot, so Mizuno is one of the shoe brands we are proud to recommend. Mizuno is a still family- managed company, with a unique focus on research, design and development. They create highly sophisticated shoes that allow us to fit with remarkable precision. Is Mizuno right for you? We won’t know until we meet you and your feet! Shop online or find a store near you.*
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