I've been told they have stopped making the Mizuno Wave Precision can anyone tell me if this is true?If it is true does anyone know what they have replaced it with? no idea but i'd like to know They still make them. Precision Six is the current
little bit of cushoining - only a smidgen though as I am quite efficient but not perfect. http://www.mizuno.eu/gb-eng/detail/Neutral/road/_/_/wave_precision_11/ Anyone? I have also found out about the Asics Speedstar now. Anyone got any experience
Last month's RW mag. had a shoe review and Mizuno Wave Precision 3 came out well. I been to Sweatshop, Runners Need, London City Runner, Runnershop and nobody's got them. Anyone know where i can find these trainers ???. are you sure this is a new
of Mizuno’s best models. The midsole and outsole, with its rubberised Wave cushioning plate, stays the same; the only changes are that the upper now has an even lighter open mesh new upper, and the midfoot fit is made more secure with Mizuno’s new Biolock
GRID Spy (£74.99); Mizuno Wave Precision
hello,i am a neutral runner who weighs 9st and i am 5ft 4. i have not been running for a month due to shin splints and i want to start running again. i was just wondering which shoes to buy out of mizuno wave rider 13 and precision 10.any help would
Lightweight, responsive, cushioned racer
Light daily shoe with plastic Wave plate for cushioning and stability, and open-mesh upper
Precision has the same Dynamotion Fit and upgraded sockliner as the Alchemy, for a better fit and feel straight from the box.
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