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Men's Mizuno Wave Ascend 6
Men's Mizuno Wave Ascend 6
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The low stance of the Wave Ascend 6 makes it a perfect choice for a great run on the trails. Wet Traction, bi-directional outsole rubber compound breaks through water, improving grip in all conditions.
Weight: 11.4 oz. Dynamotion Fit: Reduces lateral stress for optimal fit Mizuno Wave: Combines cushioning and stability SmoothRide: Minimizes the rapid acceleration and deceleration of the foot during transition AP Midsole: Functions as a lightweight, responsive, yet durable cushioning copolymer X10: The most durable carbon rubber that allows for longer wear in high impact areas and supplements traction at heel strike Mizuno AIRmesh: Provides the utmost in breathability and comfort of the upper Wet Traction: Trail specific outsole rubber compound breaks through water, improving grip in all conditions
Mizuno encourages athletes to never settle. As a brand trusted by athletes around the globe, it has been providing quality shoes, apparel and gear to the sporting world for more than 100 years. On a daily basis, Mizuno employees challenge themselves to innovate and improve. The breakthroughs behind its running shoes include the Wave technology, SmoothRide Engineering, Dynamotion Fit and ProFlex. Its research and development teams tirelessly work to produce original gear that can stand up to any infield, trail or court. Better products, better performance to ensure athletes better enjoy the game they love—that's the Mizuno difference.
Reviews: Men's Mizuno Wave Ascend 6
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Good trail shoes, runs small
Reviewer: Pete | ME
I needed a pair of dedicated trail shoes. I tried most brands, ASICS (which I love), Montrail, Brooks, Merrill, and Salomon. The Mizuno Wave Ascend 6 felt great from the beginning. I like a little more room in the toe box, and it had plenty of room. My fear with a toe box is a little bit too much room, but I didn't feel that while running. Other than that, the ankle was snug, the upper looked well-built, and the tread appeared sturdy and was definitely a trail tread.
I ran two miles hard to try it out, both on road and trail conditions. Did not disappoint, it fit great, I felt I could go fast without thinking about the shoe, which was most important.
And finally, I think the color combo of blue and lime is pretty cool.
If you have a slightly wider foot like mine, the Mizuno should be on your list. I was surprised how much I like them.