Evaluation When the Precision was introduced two years ago, it immediately became one of the best performance training shoes on the market and the flagship of an impressive Mizuno range. This is the second update of the Precision, and the changes are fortunately not major ones. Mizuno has tweaked the upper to improve the fit and added a blown rubber forefoot. Overall, the Precision is also lighter, and provides better toe spring, thanks to its more cushioned blown rubber outsole.
Our weartesters had nothing but positive feedback about the new Precision, and particularly noted the lighter weight and pick-up. The Precision is ideal for fast running or racing, with good flexibility and support.
In short Light, fast and smooth. A quick everyday trainer or racer for the biomechanically efficient runner, in a new, lighter package.
Try it on if you liked Asics DS Trainer (£79.99); Saucony GRID Spy (£74.99); Mizuno Wave Precision