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Mizuno Wave Luminous Indoor Court Shoes - AW19

RRP £99.99£79.99 - RRP £99.99


Mizuno Wave Luminous Indoor Court Shoes - AW19
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Mizuno Wave Luminous Indoor Court Shoes - AW19

RRP £99.99£79.99 - RRP £99.99

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Take advantage on the court with the Mizuno Wave Luminous Indoor Court Shoes. The lightweight construction will allow you to combine speed, cushioning and intensity to help you get that extra yard on your opponent....

Take advantage on the court with the Mizuno Wave Luminous Indoor Court Shoes. The lightweight construction will allow yo...

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Mizuno Wave Luminous Indoor Court Shoes

Take advantage on the court with the Mizuno Wave Luminous Indoor Court Shoes. The lightweight construction will allow you to combine speed, cushioning and intensity to help you get that extra yard on your opponent.


Lightweight Mesh Upper

Ensuring that the construction of the shoe remains lightweight, the breathable mesh on the top of the shoe will keep the feet feeling ventilated and cool. A constant airflow passes through, which will make sure you don't overheat and affect performance. The layered no-seam upper means that there are no bulky pieces of material that add to the weight of it. Thicker material covers the toe making sure that shocks bumps and scrapes on the ground are reduced before reaching the foot. DynaMotionFit, a system used by Mizuno makes the shoe feel like a tailored fit, as it makes the material tailor to unique foot shapes and individual gaits. Up the foot laces and a long tongue with loop mean that finding the perfect fit is easily achievable. A heel loop makes carrying the shoes quick and simple.


Mizuno Wave Midsole

Developed to provide the shoe with supreme stability and cushioning, Mizuno have used their Wave midsole to improve performance. With a plate in the middle surrounded by cushioning, the Wave midsole absorbs shocks on impact and disperses the energy efficiently. The result of this is a smoother and gentler feel on the bottom of the foot. Within the midsole, Mizuno has also used ap+, a lightweight midsole compound. This offers a springy rebound, whilst it also improves cushion durability, providing a high level of comfort. There is also a removable insock found inside the shoe, which comes into direct contact with the foot. This is there to further improve cushioning and comfort, and can be taken out if you don't quite like the feel of it.


Dynamotion Groove Outsole

Designed to keep you in firm control on courts, the Dynamotion Groove outsole will improve stability and court agility. The specially shapes lugs and extremely sticky rubber will secure you into place, acting as a solid base to push on from in explosive bursts of pace. It will also help to slow you down when braking, and with turning and changes of direction. Durable and built to last, the rubber is tough and is abrasion resistant.

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: MIZV1GA182010

MIZ3636
  • Breathable Mesh Airflow in and out ventilates the feet.
  • No-Seam Upper Layered no-seam materials reduces.
  • Toe Guard Thicker coverage over the toes protects from bumps and knocks
  • DynaMotionFit System that tailors the material to unique shapes and gaits.
  • Comfortable Fit Up the foot laces and a long tongue for comfort.
  • Heel Loop Easy and simple to carry shoes.
  • Mizuno Wave Midsole Improves stability, cushioning and performance.
  • ap+Midsole compound that increases durability and rebound.
  • Removable Insock Cushioning and comfort increased by the insock.
  • Dynamotion Groove OutsoleImproves court stability and agility.
  • Durable Abrasion resistant and durable rubber.

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Mizuno Wave Luminous Indoor Court Shoes

Take advantage on the court with the Mizuno Wave Luminous Indoor Court Shoes. The lightweight construction will allow you to combine speed, cushioning and intensity to help you get that extra yard on your opponent.


Lightweight Mesh Upper

Ensuring that the construction of the shoe remains lightweight, the breathable mesh on the top of the shoe will keep the feet feeling ventilated and cool. A constant airflow passes through, which will make sure you don't overheat and affect performance. The layered no-seam upper means that there are no bulky pieces of material that add to the weight of it. Thicker material covers the toe making sure that shocks bumps and scrapes on the ground are reduced before reaching the foot. DynaMotionFit, a system used by Mizuno makes the shoe feel like a tailored fit, as it makes the material tailor to unique foot shapes and individual gaits. Up the foot laces and a long tongue with loop mean that finding the perfect fit is easily achievable. A heel loop makes carrying the shoes quick and simple.


Mizuno Wave Midsole

Developed to provide the shoe with supreme stability and cushioning, Mizuno have used their Wave midsole to improve performance. With a plate in the middle surrounded by cushioning, the Wave midsole absorbs shocks on impact and disperses the energy efficiently. The result of this is a smoother and gentler feel on the bottom of the foot. Within the midsole, Mizuno has also used ap+, a lightweight midsole compound. This offers a springy rebound, whilst it also improves cushion durability, providing a high level of comfort. There is also a removable insock found inside the shoe, which comes into direct contact with the foot. This is there to further improve cushioning and comfort, and can be taken out if you don't quite like the feel of it.


Dynamotion Groove Outsole

Designed to keep you in firm control on courts, the Dynamotion Groove outsole will improve stability and court agility. The specially shapes lugs and extremely sticky rubber will secure you into place, acting as a solid base to push on from in explosive bursts of pace. It will also help to slow you down when braking, and with turning and changes of direction. Durable and built to last, the rubber is tough and is abrasion resistant.

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: MIZV1GA182010

MIZ3636

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