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What replaced the Mizuno Wave Nirvana?

What replaced the Mizuno Wave Nirvana?

Wave Paradox
First, is the Mizuno Wave Inspire. It isn’t quite as supportive as the Nirvana was, but very close. Plus, the Inspire is much lighter than the Nirvana and has much better cushioning and a smoother ride. The other replacement for the Nirvana is the brand-new Wave Paradox which will be out in January.

Do Mizuno running shoes run big?

Mizuno suggests you should order your ‘Mizuno running shoes 1/2 size to one size larger than normal dress shoes.

What month do new running shoes come out?

The best time of year to buy that new pair is actually in the spring, specifically in April. Consumers start to get ready for the spring and summer seasons apparel wise around April and May, which is also a time where many stores offer sales on athletic shoes.

What kind of wave plate does a Mizuno shoe have?

Almost all Mizuno running shoes will have some type of Wave plate. The length and shape of the plate might differ. Sometimes a shoe might feature a double Wave plate. But if you see a Wave plate, then you know you’re looking at a Mizuno running shoe.

When did the Mizuno u4ic foam come out?

Mizuno wants you to feel like you are landing on firm ground, not sinking into the sand. In 2013, Mizuno released the latest generation of their foam: U4ic (pronounced, “Euphoric”). It first featured in their light weight trainer, Wave Sayonara, and has made its way into every Mizuno running shoe since then.

Why do Mizuno shoes have a responsive feel?

Every running shoe maker that uses EVA foam to create the midsole of their running shoes will use a specific formula in order to produce a feel that is specific to them. Mizuno shoes are characterized by a responsive feel. That means Mizuno shoes tend to be on the firmer side. You’ll feel like your feet are landing on the ground, not the clouds.

Which is better Mizuno AP + or u4ic?

The best I can describe U4ic compared to AP+ is that U4ic feels spongier. It’s still a far cry from running on clouds or sand, but it’s not as firm as AP+ was, although just as responsive. U4ic is also much lighter than AP+. According to Mizuno, it’s 30% lighter.