The following post is sponsored by FitFluential, LLC on behalf of Mizuno.
FitFluential recently partnered with Mizuno to launch their newest running shoe, the Wave Sayonara, and I was chosen to receive a pair in advance of the launch date (July 5, 2013). After training for and running the Chicago Women's Half Marathon, my current pair of running shoes was ready for retirement...or at least a demotion to strength sessions and random gym use.
If you've been following follow me on Instagram, you've no doubt seen me in my new kicks.
But before you start to think that I'll like any shoe that's given to me, you need to know that I've never been partial to just one brand or price tag. I take a "if the shoe fits" approach. If it fits and if it's comfortable, then I'll make it work! I'm not picky. I like trying new things. There's more than one great shoe out there, and the Mizuno Wave Sayonara might be one of them.
Indianapolis Women's Half Marathon at the end of August...
If you want your feet in a pair, the Mizuno Wave Sayonara is now available in stores. The suggested MSRP is around $120, which is pretty much on par with other running shoes of its kind. Ladies, they also come in the following color scheme:
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Finally, whether or not you run in the Wave Sayonara, another Mizuno shoe, or any other brand of choice—I wish you all the type of run that leaves you feeling light and fast on your feet. That's mezamashii, friends.
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Question: What is the one feature you look for in a running shoe? Would you consider purchasing the Wave Sayonara? Why or why not?