Mizuno Wave Rider 14

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Mizuno Wave Rider 14
Increased support and cushioning has come at the cost of performance.

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What's new? More built up than its predecessor, this shoe uses a higher grade of EVA (foam rubber) in the last and a bouncier cushioning in the midsole. The heel collar and moulding have also been tweaked. We say Beefed-up support and more cushioning appear to have come at the cost of ...  Continue reading

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3 user reviews of Mizuno Wave Rider 14 See all

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This shoe has given me countless problems with every leg/foot injury imaginable. I'm a regular Waverider runner having bought the latest incarnation every year for the last 7 years. Only this time did I have pr Continue reading...
To clarify, this review is for the ladies version of this shoe.

From what I understand these are a very different shoe to the 13, however for me they feel pretty near perfect! I have quite large feet for a l Continue reading...
An Excellent Shoe ! 5 stars ! Light responsive yet takes a 20 mile runs and will take a marathon without feeling too light . Keep up the good work Mizuno. P.S I don't work for Mizuno! Continue reading...


have got a pair of wave rider 13's and they are so comfy, so brought a pair of 14's. feel a better fit than the 13's but since I have done my first 6 mile run in them ive had a knee injury. not sure if this is down to the trainer or not.  having phisio now to try and sort injury out.

the 14's have a higher ankle support, narrower foot bed and the sole of the heel is slightly higher.

looking forward to trying them out again once the injury is sorted

Posted: 29/08/2011 at 02:26

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Bouncier cushioning in the midsole
Low responsiveness and a tight toebox
  • Price: £85.00
  • Year: from 2011

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