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The Mizuno Wave Prophecy running shoe offers an unrivaled running experience. Full-length Infitity Wave replaces the traditional EVA midsole and makes for a super responsive ride and feel. Infinity Wave has the ability to alter in structure based upon the level of pronation present. The cushioning and shock absorption ispletely unreliant on midsole foam which will result in increased mileage. Mesh upper with Dynamotion Fit. Small amounts of AP+. Outsole has mixture of blown rubber, carbon rubber and solid rubber. SmoothRide flex grooves create the smoothest transition ever and a harmonious ride. Wt. 13.4 oz.
Since 1906, Mizuno has been guided by the idea of true sportsmanship. Mizuno's strategy is to create unique products with features that enhance athletic performance. Their technological advancements work to keep you in tip-top playing form. Mizuno's commitment to serious performance shines on the diamond, track, court and fairway. At Mizuno, your passion is their obsession.
- Package Dimensions: 14.7 x 10.9 x 5.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.25 pounds
- ASIN: B00717YLM8
- Item model number: Wave Prophecy-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 26, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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I don't suggest them if you plan on doing anything besides running forward as the lateral movement is just not in this design at all.. ride is great and they are very light.. I'm going to guess @ about 125 miles on these so far and they look brand new. (most of it was on the treadmill so keep this in mind)
The look is a little far out but heads turn a little because not many have seen these in the stores..
As a Stability wearer with a normal pronation I was always afraid to go with too much cushion until I tired these.. plus at my size it is risky as you can bottom out the shocks of course.
I need shoes that absorb heel shock and don't stress my joints. Even for walking these are well ahead of anything
and everything on the market.
Remove stock footpad and replace with full foot gel pad and its like walkng on marshmallows.
KSwiss Ultra tubes are my 2nd choice. Hard to believe they are1/3 the price. (Discontinued?)
Asiscs- Gel pad tech is in my Mizunos so its not even close
Nike Shox are Garbage..
Raebok Zigs- Tough hard shoes, even gel pads couldn't soften the step.
I can walk a lot further with less fatigue in these than any other shoe I know of.
Pounding concrete is painful and destructive to our joints. These reduce that shock more than everything I know of.
Maybe its a coincidence that I am 70lbs. lighter now but I don't think so. Best $200 I ever spent.
My one issue with the shoe, which is upsetting, is that the crisscrossing straps on the (front, outside) portion of the shoe. As you look at the shoe, it looks like an "X" with one slash being that greenish-yellow color and the other slash in the "X" being the gray color. Hopefully you see what I'm talking about. So this "X" in the show provides a rubbing point on the inside of the shoe and places pressure on side of my foot adjacent to the ball of my foot, on the pinky-toe side. I've thought about putting something in the shoe that will slowly spread the shoe side ways but I can't find anything, so after finally finding the Wave Prophecy 2's for $177, instead of $199, which is still way overpriced, I bought those and saw that after many complaints, Mizuno remove this "X" support point in the shoe so no more pressure. Although, the newer 2nd edition doesn't give me that propelling forward feeling that I felt with this first edition, so I'm still debating on finding a shoe spreader to keep this first generation model.
I hope the reviews stating that the rubber soles being thin are exaggerated. Time will tell. At this point I can say that these breath very well and are extremely comfortable to walk or run on the treadmill at my local gym with.
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read is almost gone and ive logged 1000 miles running in them.
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