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      Mizuno Wave Lightning Z6 Mid Men's White/Black

      Outplay your opponents in the Mizuno Wave Lightning Z6 indoor court shoes. With a lightweight feel and comfortable fit, these shoes provide the platform for your domination. Slide into the Dynamotion Grooves in the upper for increased flexibility in the forefoot. The rounded heel allows for quick and smooth movements in all directions, so you can move with confidence as you conquer the court.

      Shoe Technology

      Upper: Half-bootie upper with integrated eyelet structure gives a snug, comfortable fit without any pressure points. Dynamotion Grooves increase forefoot flexibility for extreme movements in racquetball and squash.

      Midsole: PoWnCe midsole offers lightweight comfort and excellent responsiveness. Mizuno Wave plate extends to the forefoot, providing explosive power and acceleration.

      Outsole: Outrigger outsole provides supreme stability. Non-marking material increases durability on indoor court surfaces.

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      Reviewed by Lawrence B.
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      Mizuno Wave Lightning Z6 Mid Men's White/Black

      I have used Mid shoes forever and wish i had bought a dozen pairs of Ectelon racquetball shoes. Seems once you find the "winner" they stop production. This shoe is far too light and lacks the stability and "oomph" I was used to. The design and manufacturing for the price is subpar. Looks like the high priced spread is too little for the money.

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