Mizuno Wave Evo

Here are the details of the new Mizuno Wave Evo shoes, if you decide to buy some, please let them know you read about them here.

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Press Release

Wave EVO Cursoris

Unique Wave Technology for mid/forefoot strike runners

Over the last few years, there has been extensive research and testing carried out on running styles. There is speculation on whether there is an ‘optimum style’ in order to minimise injury risk and maximise efficiency.
Until recently, running shoes have been evolving to provide cushioning and support. However due to recent research, trends are now taking a different direction, where the feet and body are allowed to work more naturally.
With this increasing popularity of mid/forefoot running, Mizuno is set to launch an innovative masterpiece – the Wave EVO Cursoris. This is a running shoe that allows the foot to function more naturally, whilst still providing technologies in the shoe to help the runner and improve their midfoot running, particularly when they are first attempting a midfoot strike.
Mid/forefoot striking is best achieved either with bare feet, or shoes with a flat midsole, allowing natural movement of the body and foot. The Wave EVO Cursoris accommodates this with a zero drop midsole ramp from heel to toe. The midsole is 12mm ap+ cushioning foam, for moderate protection, and has deep multi directional flex grooves allowing for a more natural gait.

Mizuno’s unique EVO Wave technology is cleverly positioned in the mid-forefoot to provide a responsive cushioning and stability to aid the ride experience.

Flat, light and flexible; the Wave EVO Cursoris is constructed with a wide forefoot to allow the toes to spread which helps naturally stabilise the body, while the midfoot offers a snug secure fit.

The Wave EVO Cursoris is an ideal shoe for runners transitioning to mid/forefoot running efficiency.
ENDS
Wave EVO Cursoris RRP – €110, £85
Male/Female Weight – 205/175g

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Wave EVO Levitas

Unique Wave Technology for mid/forefoot strike runners

Over the last few years, there has been extensive research and testing carried out on running styles. There is speculation on whether there is an ‘optimum style’ in order to minimise injury risk and maximise efficiency.
Until recently, running shoes have been evolving to provide cushioning and support. However due to recent research, trends are now taking a different direction, where the feet and body are allowed to work more naturally.
With this increasing popularity of mid/forefoot running, Mizuno is set to launch an innovative masterpiece – the Wave EVO Levitas. This is a running shoe that allows the foot to function more naturally, whilst still providing technologies to help the runner and improve their midfoot running.
Mid/forefoot striking is best achieved either with bare feet, or shoes with a flat midsole, allowing natural movement of the body and foot. The Wave EVO Levitas accommodates this with a zero drop midsole ramp from heel to toe. The midsole is 8mm ap+ cushioning foam, for light protection, and has deep multi directional flex grooves allowing for a more natural gait.

With the midsole 4mm thinner than that of the Wave EVO Curosis, the Wave EVO Levitas is also lighter and therefore ideal for those already running mid/forefoot or for lighter/faster runners tackling shorter distances.

Mizuno’s unique EVO Wave technology is cleverly positioned in the mid-forefoot to provide a responsive cushioning and stability to aid the ride experience.

Flat, light and flexible; the Wave EVO Levitas is constructed with a wide forefoot to allow the toes to spread which helps naturally stabilise the body, while the midfoot offers a snug secure fit.

The Wave EVO Levitas is an ideal shoe for midfoot runners, or runners who are transitioning to mid/forefoot running efficiency.
ENDS
Wave EVO Levitas RRP – €115, £90
Male/Female Weight – 195/160g

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