Yes, we’re very happy about it.
CRC’s been looking to add even more variety to our lineup of shoes and apparel, and Mizuno offers the quality you’ve come to expect from products at CRC.
We’re carrying the following models at both CRC locations:
Slip into the Wave Mizuno Precision 13 and go far, faster. This shoe is quick and light on the road, delivering energy to your legs with its resilient midsole and springy toe off. It has a good lay down for traditional heel strikers and forefoot strikers alike, and can handle just about any distance on the road. This versatile shoe will take you anywhere you want to go.
Model Number: 410500.3W3Z
Weight: 9.5 oz (size 9)
Stack Height: Heel (30mm), Forefoot (17mm)
The Mizuno Wave Rider 15 is a shoe that truly deserves praise. The fit is sublimely close and comfortable, holding your foot in all the right spots with open, breathable mesh. The perfectly balanced, smooth ride is firm and incredibly responsive, with a close feel for the ground that is practically addicting out on the road. Take one run in these shoes and you’ll never want to take them off.
Model Number: 410458.987S
Weight: 11.1 oz (size 9)
Stack Height: Heel (30mm), Forefoot (17mm)
The Mizuno Inspire 8 brings you the perfect balance of cushion and responsiveness in a shoe. Its light, springy feel is complimented by a well cushioned midsole, for a silky smooth ride that will take you further than ever before. Moderate support works to correct over-pronation and keep feet in line; to keep you running comfortably and worry-free.
Model Number: 410467.007S
Weight: 10.8 oz (size 9)
Stack Height: Heel (32mm), Forefoot (19mm)
For a supportive ride that won’t weigh you down, the Mizuno Wave Alchemy 12 is here for you. A wave plate in the midsole works hard to correct over pronation without being bulky or heavy. The heel-to-toe ride is smooth and seamless, and the midsole gives a close feel for the ground, to keep you connected to the roads you love.
Model Number: 410494.009D
Weight: 11.4 oz (size 9)
Stack Height: Heel (31mm), Forefoot (19mm)
Wanna know more about Wave® tech? Here’s straight from Mizuno…
The Mizuno company has existed for more than 100 years, starting out as a small novelty shop and growing to become one of the leading brands in athletic shoes, clothing, and equipment. Although Mizuno itself carries a long history, men’s Mizuno running shoes and women’s Mizuno running shoes are relatively young, only having been developed in the latter decades of the century in the 1980s and 1990s. But when the company introduced its now-famous Mizuno Wave Technology in 1997, Mizuno running shoes quickly climbed to the top, into the elite class of running shoes. The Mizuno Wave Technology was a runaway success and that’s putting it mildly. Following the skyrocketing popularity of the running shoes, Mizuno began incorporating Mizuno Wave Technology into many of its other athletic shoes, from baseball and softball shoes to volleyball shoes and even golf shoes.
But what is Mizuno Wave Technology? How does it work? How can it so drastically improve athletic performance, such that it has gained the trust of serious and professional runners all around the world?
At its most basic level, Mizuno Wave Technology is simply a way of forming the midsole of the athletic shoes, whether they aremen’s Mizuno shoes or women’s Mizuno shoes. In short, Mizuno Wave Technology is literally the use of wavy midsoles. Traditionally, midsoles use flat materials so that when you walk, you feel the most impact in the parts of your feet that really push up against the floor. For most people, that is the big toes, the balls, and the heels of the feet.
Mizuno Wave midsoles, due to their wavy shape and structure, are able to disperse the force of your shoes’ impact against the ground more evenly. This not only reduces the wear on your shoes but also cushions your feet, decreasing the wear on your feet. This allows you to maintain your energy and stay active for much longer.
Moreover, the unique structure of the Mizuno Wave midsoles provides excellent arch support to prevent over-pronation, a common problem among many runners. This arch support helps to promote superior motion control in your stride.