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Mizuno Wave Sayonara review

on November 10, 2013

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Dear Izzy, Max, and Kate,

I’ve become a big fan of Mizuno running in the last couple of years. My introduction was in the more traditional Wave Rider 16 and then I went to the the zero drop Wave Evo Cursoris and the Wave Evo Levitas.

I’ve enjoyed all three shoes, but have used them for very different sorts of runs. Typically I’ve used the Wave Riders for longer or slower runs, while I’ve used the Cursoris and the Levitas for faster running (and some long runs too).

Recently I was given the chance to try out the new Wave Sayonara – a shoe that bridges the gap between the traditional feel of the Rider and the zero drop close to the ground Cursoris and Levitas.

Having become somewhat of a zero drop convert I was happy that the Sayonara wasn’t  stacked too high (still just a scant 8.7 mm)…

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