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Mizuno Wave Daichi 2 Trail Running Shoe - Men's

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Ride The Gravel Wave.

Built for pleasantly light off-roading, the Mizuno Men's Wave Daichi 2 Trail Running Shoe enables you to deviate from your road run a little and hit the path less trodden. The Daichi 2 features a Dynamotion Fit construction, which consists of a three panel design, offering ample protection and comfort—without sacrificing your need for dynamic movements. Additionally, XtraRide midsole not only attenuates shock and provides an energetic feel underfoot, but it also allows the heel and forefoot to interact independent of each other. Ultimately, this technology ensures that you're able to maintain support throughout varied, yet flat terrain. The hardy Michelin outsole is fashioned with a durable carbon rubber, while the lugs offer traction that's ideal for bike paths or mellow gravel trails.

  • A supportive running shoe built for bike trails
  • Dynamotion Fit provides breathability and support
  • Midsole attenuates shock and offers energetic return
  • Xtaride ensures enhanced dexterity on varied terrain
  • Rubber outsole assures subtle grip
  • Item #MIZ004I

Tech Specs

Upper Material
DynamotionFit, Airmesh
Mizuno Wave, XtaRide, Ap+, U4ic
Michelin rubber
Support Type
Heel / Forefoot Height
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
trail running
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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