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Mizuno Cyclone Speed Women's Indoor Court Shoes

RRP £59.99£19.99 - RRP £59.99


Mizuno Cyclone Speed Women's Indoor Court Shoes
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Mizuno Cyclone Speed Women's Indoor Court Shoes

RRP £59.99£19.99 - RRP £59.99

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Accessible power for all. Unlock your mojo, in the Mizuno Cyclone Speed netball shoes....

Accessible power for all. Unlock your mojo, in the Mizuno Cyclone Speed netball shoes....

  • Product Code: MIZ3169
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Mizuno Cyclone Speed Women's Indoor Court Shoes

Accessible power for all. Unlock your mojo, in the Mizuno Cyclone Speed netball shoes.


Mesh uppers will encase each foot in durable support. Perforates in the fabric increase airflow; creating a better, healthier environment for your feet to thrive in. Synthetic overlays surround the foot to increase stability during lateral movements; they promote a firm fit to reduce in-shoe slippage, so you can lunge, pivot and pass with confidence. A full-length EVA platform resides in the midsole to supply underfoot cushion and comfort. Light in weight and low in profile, it spares your joints as you strike down onto hard, unforgiving court surfaces. The non-marking gum rubber outsole completes the Cyclone Speed, providing strong, on-court grip for indoor and outdoor fun.

About Mizuno

Mizuno was founded in 1906 as Mizuno Brothers Ltd by Rihachi Mizuno and his younger brother Rizo, in Osaka. The shop sold western sundries, including baseballs, and then in 1907 began to sell order-made athletic wear. In 1910 the shop moved to Umeda Shinmichi and its name was changed to Mizuno Shop. In 1913 the firm began to manufacture baseballs and gloves. In 1933 Mizuno presented Star Line, the first Japanese made golf clubs. By 1935 its golf club showroom was the world's largest.

In 1941 the company name was changed to Mizuno Co., Ltd, and has remained the same since. The first American factory was established in Los Angeles, under the denomination American Mizuno in 1961.

Today, Mizuno is a global corporation which makes a wide variety of sports equipment and sportswear, for golf, tennis, baseball, volleyball, football, running, rugby, skiing, cycling, judo, table tennis, badminton, boxing and athletics.

Manufacturer Code: MIZV1GC178025

MIZ3169
  • Mesh elements - Increase breathability.
  • Synthetic overlays - For lateral support.
  • EVA midsole - For supportive and responsive cushioning.
  • Non-marking gum rubber outsole - Supplies on-court grip.
  • Weight - 295 g.

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Mizuno Cyclone Speed Women's Indoor Court Shoes

Accessible power for all. Unlock your mojo, in the Mizuno Cyclone Speed netball shoes.


Mesh uppers will encase each foot in durable support. Perforates in the fabric increase airflow; creating a better, healthier environment for your feet to thrive in. Synthetic overlays surround the foot to increase stability during lateral movements; they promote a firm fit to reduce in-shoe slippage, so you can lunge, pivot and pass with confidence. A full-length EVA platform resides in the midsole to supply underfoot cushion and comfort. Light in weight and low in profile, it spares your joints as you strike down onto hard, unforgiving court surfaces. The non-marking gum rubber outsole completes the Cyclone Speed, providing strong, on-court grip for indoor and outdoor fun.

About Mizuno

Mizuno was founded in 1906 as Mizuno Brothers Ltd by Rihachi Mizuno and his younger brother Rizo, in Osaka. The shop sold western sundries, including baseballs, and then in 1907 began to sell order-made athletic wear. In 1910 the shop moved to Umeda Shinmichi and its name was changed to Mizuno Shop. In 1913 the firm began to manufacture baseballs and gloves. In 1933 Mizuno presented Star Line, the first Japanese made golf clubs. By 1935 its golf club showroom was the world's largest.

In 1941 the company name was changed to Mizuno Co., Ltd, and has remained the same since. The first American factory was established in Los Angeles, under the denomination American Mizuno in 1961.

Today, Mizuno is a global corporation which makes a wide variety of sports equipment and sportswear, for golf, tennis, baseball, volleyball, football, running, rugby, skiing, cycling, judo, table tennis, badminton, boxing and athletics.

Manufacturer Code: MIZV1GC178025

MIZ3169

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