Berkshire, United Kingdom (25th June, 2013) –Mizuno, a world-leading brand of running shoes, football boots and other types of sporting footwear,recently launched the latest design in the Wave Ascend series.
Designed for the faster trail runner, the Wave Ascend 8, updated in a lime green colourway,offers added protection for trail runners. The shoe can be worn from door-to-trail, and incorporates technologies designed to offer comfort on the road as well as grip on the trail.
The eighth upgrade in the Ascend series, this shoe is suitable for trail runners looking for cushioning, grip, stability, and speed.
The Wave Ascend 8’s mesh upper makes the shoe lightweight, a characteristic of all Wave shoes, and features forefoot Dynamotion Fit™ X-straps for multi-directional lateral control and support. This is in addition to ‘under welding’ straps for a secure fit on unstable ground, andX-Lugs in the sole to deliver grip and support on uneven surfaces – but with no added weight.
Like its predecessor, the new Wave Ascend 8 incorporates Mizuno’s AP+™ midsole foam which aims to providerunners with more cushioning and support.
The shoe is designed to offer the wearer apt support without compromising flexibility, incorporating an asymmetrical lacing design to contour the shape of the foot.
- RRP: £85 / €110.
- Weight: Men size 10: 300g; Women size 6: 275g.
- 10/22mm Ramp.
- New upper with improved fit, using forefoot X-straps.
- Asymmetrical lacing design for increased comfort.
For more information on Mizuno, visit www.mizuno.eu.
Since its founding in Osaka, Japan in 1906, Mizuno has become a leading-name brand in the performance footwear and sportswear industries, with products available in more than 50 countries worldwide. Mizuno specialises in designing and manufacturing footwear for running, football, handball, volleyball and myriad other sports using innovative technologies unique to their brand, including Wave, Dynamotion Fit, and SR Touch, offering footwear renowned internationally for its suitability to particular sports, athlete types and performance styles.