Look Great. Feel Fast. Mizuno Running.
The SUV. The Wave Rider does it all – for any type of run, on any type of surface. This is my go-to shoe for 75% of my runs. It’s light, durable, soft and the reason I can rack up 150-mile weeks without getting injured.
The Sporty Sedan. The Wave Sayonara is sleek and light, with just enough shoe to withstand those long runs. I slide on my Sayonaras for weekend long runs and anytime I want to feel sexy. That’s right, the Sayonara is a shoe that evokes sexiness!
The Convertible. The Hitogami is flashy, fast and will handle any workout on your training schedule. It’s the shoe you pull off the shelf for those important workouts. I choose the Hitogami for short intervals or long tempos.
The MG. The Ekiden is sleek, minimal, and old school. A must-have for those fast track workouts or shorter road races when you need to be on your toes.
You’re a runner. You’re fit. Show off those legs. The shorter, the better.
I could have really used the Breathe Thermo layered tights back in Ohio. The extra thickness really helps protect the man-region on those “why-am-I-running?” cold days.
Fall. Winter. Spring. A running tight for all seasons and all weather scenarios. Go ahead, wear those tights proudly on your post-run trip to the grocery store.
Everyone needs a half-zip in their long-sleeve arsenal.
Mizuno fans, rejoice! We’ve waited a long time – especially those of us who live in the rainy Pacific NW – to be able to pull a hood over our heads. Run fast, ninja style.
Useful for those cool morning runs and comfortable enough to wear around the house on a Saturday afternoon.
Training in Oregon, I have a closet full of jackets. Because yes, not all rainy, 45-degree days are made equally. This particular jacket is best on the it-feels-like-35-not-45 days.
The shell jacket is a fashion-foward, versatile base layer that can be used during any season. This is my favorite Mizuno jacket.
You think all athletic tees are made equal, don’t you? Well, they’re not. Here’s my favorite.
In a sport where your feet are gold, you should treat them appropriately. Even the legendary coach John Wooden understood the value of a good pair of socks.
As someone who struggles with hand circulation when the temps drop below 45-degrees, these gloves are a life-saver. Happy hands, happy run.
Not everyone is a hat person – I am. I became an even bigger hat person when I moved to Oregon and ran half of the year in the rain. Might I suggest getting more than one? It’s best to have a rotation plan in place.