The inaugural Mizuno Women’s Run will take place on Sunday morning, 15 April 2018. Organised by VGO International in partnership with Tanjong Pagar Tiong Bahru CSC, Mizuno Women’s Run aims…
What’s the common point of one of the world’s most popular marathons, the Osaka marathon and a pair of running shoes? Yes, we all know we need a good pair of running shoe for a marathon race but Mizuno this time has taken a step further by creating a beautiful limited edition Wave Rider 19 where the sole is glittered with the 7 colours representing the charity organisations.
When you’re in the heat of a race, every tenth of a second matter. Designed for the best race day fit and feel, the Wave Ekiden 10 is the latest unisex racing shoe in the world-renown Japanese range.
Cars and runners have more than one thing in common: speeding on roads and, now, these brand-new performance shoes! Introducing the Wave Tenjin, a luxurious neutral running shoe co-branded by Mizuno and super sports car brand Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. (Sant’Agata Bolognese).
Google “fast running shoes” and Mizuno Wave Sayonara 3 will certainly be listed in the results. Lightweight and responsive, this is the go-to running shoe for runners, whether they want to break speed limits on race day or every day.
Be inspired to run with the speed and prowess of the Tengu, a mythical creature in Japanese folklore known for its ability to move with great velocity and rapidity. Featuring a brand new design, the Mizuno Wave Hitogami 2 depicts its bold characteristics.
Mizuno’s newest creation to its Wave family, the Wave Enigma, answers the running shoe mystery of how best to combine unparalleled comfort and supreme cushioning. Utilising its state-of-the-art technologies, Mizuno has engineered the new standard in neutral cushioned running shoes, a top end addition to the neutral range.
First out of the box, I was surprised by the light weight of the shoes. The cushion that it donned made it look heavy but I was proven wrong.
So it’s not the biggest of running events on the Singapore race calendar – in terms of participation rates – but you certainly can’t discount that it’s been a staple in the scene for the past eight years.