The imprint made by your foot after standing in water or sand.
Mizuno use lightweight meshes and materials in the upper of the new Wave Rider 19 ensuring both breathability and comfort around your foot.
Foam at the heel combined with a firm heel counter produces a snug fit and helps to reduce potential irritations and blister points while an upgraded sockliner provides you with more rebound at every foot strike
The Rider 19 continues to use a parallel wave plate as the key feature of its midsole providing you with lightweight and durable cushioning by dispersing the shock forces evenly. For added cushioning and reduced weight Mizuno use their performance midsole material 'U4ic', while Smoothride technology in the Wave Rider 18 ensures a smooth transition from heel to toe
The Wave Rider 18 features a new outsole design to provide you with added durability and shock absorption
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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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