About Mizuno

Determination, drive, endurance, sweat; these are just some of the words that come to mind when thinking of sports. Engaging in sports activities give new life and breathe to daily routine. Mizuno® is considered to be one of the world’s largest corporations for sporting goods and pride themselves on providing optimal quality sporting goods to the athletic community.

Mizuno® runs the gambit of every athletic need from track and field to the pitcher’s mound; they combine the latest technologies to provide the highest and best performance for all sports competitors.

For the baseball and softball lover, get comfort and grip with Mizuno® cleats. For the avid runner of trails, or track and field, get the newest technologies mixed with the support and comfort needed to get that morning jog or next relay out of the way. Mizuno® running shoes support every type of gait from supinator, pronator, and normal.  Volleyball players can get special technologies and footwear geared toward the sport. Mizuno® upholds their devotion to providing updated sporting good with the most advanced technologies to the sports community.

Latest Reviews

  • Wave Inspire 13 Posted: Reviewer: from Tucson, AZ Overall: 4 Stars Comfort: 4 Stars Look: 4 Stars
    Great cushiony running shoes for pronators! I used to have (and loved) the Mizuno Wave Creation, then later got/loved the Mizuno Prophecy - however the price of those is now a deal breaker. What I love about the Wave Inspire 13 is something that annoyed me about them at first - the ankles, particularly insides of the ankles, felt like they came up too high and were rubbing just below my ankle bone. In reality, I realized this sensation is a result of the design that aims to push your ankles back out, preventing them from turning in too far (or pronating). My heel seems to strike in a much normal place wearing these, vs. my unchecked tendency for the inner right heal to strike, vs. center or outside of heel to strike first. These keep me walking/running with better form, and the cushiony padding and arch support feels great. Not as amazing to jog in as the trampoline-like balls of the Prophecy shoe, but it's still pretty great - at a much more reasonable price!
  • Wave Paradox 3 Posted: Reviewer: from Los Angeles Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    These are very nice, quality shoes with a conservative style. The wide width is excellent. The quality of the material much better than more expensive shoes. I have been wearing these for about one week, so far they have met all my expectations. I would definitely buy these again.
  • Wave Rider 20 Posted: Reviewer: from Colorado Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    Bought these for my son, who runs cross country & track. He loves them!
  • Wave Prophecy 6 Posted: Reviewer: from Madison, Alabama Overall: 1 Stars Comfort: 1 Stars Look: 1 Stars
    I had the Mizuno Wave Prophecy 2. I loved them. I don't know why Mizuno made this new version narrow. the Prophecy 2 was wider, and it was better for the feet. Look at Brooks and Hoka One One, they are wider for a reason. My Altra's are also wider, my Crocs are wider. They are better for my feet. I would have continued to buy Mizuno's, but I cannot anymore. I wear a 7 and I had to buy a 7 1/2, and it still feels narrow. I wish Mizuno would bring back the Prophecy 2.
  • Wave Sayonara 4 Posted: Reviewer: from Cape Cod, MA Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    This is only my second pair of Sayonaras and I am very happy! They are comfortable with moderate arch support. I am not a runner but I wear these almost every day. And they do run half size smaller.