Incredibly light on weight but heavy on innovation, Mizuno Wave Sayonara running shoes provide an introduction to all new U4iC midsole foam that is 30% lighter than Ap+ with all the same cushion and support. These hybrid shoes are perfect for neutral runners while also providing exceptional support for slight over and underpronators. An almost completely stitchless upper delivers an incredibly seamless feel and secure fit. Ideal for track, road, racing, and everyday training.
Upper: A padded tongue and heel collar enhance instep comfort. Lace-up front provides an adjustable fit. Synthetic overlays offer a supportive fit. Breathable mesh enhances flexibility and ventilation. A broken up Wave plate at the heel delivers softer impact.
Midsole: U4iC midsole foam is 30% lighter than Ap+ with all the same cushion and support. Mizuno Wave Technology® dissipates impact forces away from the foot for a smoother, more cushioned feel on each step. Removable insole.
Outsole: X10® durable carbon rubber delivers longer wear in high impact areas and supplements traction at heel strike. G3 sole at the forefoot provides superior, lightweight grip without added bulk.
Runner's World Best Debut
"A few tears may have been shed when we learned that Mizuno was discontinuing the Wave Precision, an Editor's Choice winner just one year ago. But the Sayonara has taken over the valuable shelf space once reserved for that shoe. Wear-testers, too, took a strong liking to it. 'They're lightweight but have enough support to be awesome on long runs!' said Martha McGonegal, of East Lansing. The Sayonara features a new midsole compound Mizuno calls 'U4ic,' which is lighter than the foam used on the Precision but has similar cushioning properties. That said, the Sayonara delivers a firmer ride, mostly because there's less foam being used. This debut model sits lower to the ground—especially at the heel. The result is a shoe that weighs 1.2 ounces less."
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