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Tokyo Neon Pack
Immerse yourself in one of the most vibrant cities in the world: TOKYO
Wave Rider Neo
With the goal of bringing energy return to new extremes comes the birth of the Wave Rider Neo. The use of a full-length MIZUNO ENERZY midsole combined with our wave plate technology makes the Wave Rider Neo, the lightest Wave Rider ever created (260g).
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Show Your Colors
This color pack is for athletes who want to play at the absolute best of their ability without compromising on their femininity and show their true color on the court as well.
Wave Rider 10 Beams
A special collaboration with cult Japanese sneaker heaven Beams. Mizuno is welcoming back a true and tested favourite Wave Rider 10, and does so in style.
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Shape of time
Mizuno introduces Shape of Time. This collection is composed of two styles, each in two different colour variations, and is an ode to time and our way of shaping it. The geometric lines and curved lines which feature on both the Wave Rider and the Sky Medal are a reminder of the dual nature of time, which is not just a precise notion measured in increments, but also a more romantic concept made of happenstance and memories. Pops of colours such as red and yellow contribute to a summery vibe.
Holly Bradshaw is the most decorated pole vault athlete in British history. Having played many sports at a young age, Holly knew pole vault was her calling from the moment she attended her first coaching session. She has gone on to collect 12 national titles indoor and outdoor, European indoor gold and a fine collection of medals at international level – she has also been UK record holder for nine years. Holly is an exceptional ambassador for female sport, passionately encouraging women and girls to participate, inspire and achieve their goals.
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Running for beginners
Want to start running? Discover how others have started and learn what is most important to do before you start. This is the best way to kick off your running journey.
Wood Wood X MIZUNO
Mizuno and Wood Wood air two versions of the renowned Mizuno
Wave Rider 10, with one being a limited edition.
Combining the Japanese heritage from Mizuno with the Copenhagen neighbourhood of Nørrebro, the shoes express experimentality. The Wave Rider 10 is a retro-tech running shoe from 2007 and is part of the iconic Wave
Rider Franchise. With an unbound attitude, the outer consists of multiple colours, with all shades being present on both shoes in different scales.
Seremaia "Jerry" Tuwai Vunisa
Seremaia "Jerry" Tuwai Vunisa has already written a piece of history in Rugby. He and his team, the Fiji Sevens, returned home from Rio 2016 with a shiny, gold medal on their chest. From that moment onwards, Jerry has worked and trained even harder, giving all himself to re-pay the sacrifices made by his parents. Indeed, their endorsement made him the incredible athlete he is today. Part of his mission is also to inspire the next generation of Fijians and to show that anything is possible. Any dream can become true.
Ronda Rousey x Mizuno Training
Ronda Rousey, the baddest woman on the planet, is the newest addition to the Mizuno family.
She is one of the biggest female athletes of all-time – constantly pushing the envelope and motivating young athletes to strive beyond what they thought was possible.
Ronda is also the epitome of female empowerment and is a leading, authentic voice driving change and opportunity for female athletes.
Retro Classic Collection
Mizuno is dropping a new effortlessly cool collection in its Sportstyle portfolio.
The second chapter of our story comes from Pécs, Hungary. Dive into Bence Bicsák’s life with us and discover what a Triathlete’s day looks like. Learn about his efforts, sacrifices and long training sessions to reach the ultimate goal. Ranked among the world’s top 10 triathletes, Bence is restlessly training to be the best, day after day, because even the smallest detail can make the difference between winning or losing. All, for the moment.