For you overpronators extraordinaire who require a great deal of stability and correction for your run, the new Mizuno Wave Paradox should fit the bill. Replacing the Wave Alchemy, the Paradox will offer the same motion control as its predecessor, only this time in a much lighter weight package. One of the big issues with motion control shoes tends to be the excessive weight and bulk of the shoe, but not so with the Paradox, which will be far more lightweight and flexible than many of its high stability counterparts. This shoe will be right up there with the likes of the Asics Forte, Saucony Omni, the Brooks Trance, and New Balance 940.
- U4ic midsole delivers lightweight, resilient cushioning.
- Double Fan Wave with articulated forefoot Wave Plate for the optimal blend of shock attenuation, guidance and lightweight flexibility.
- Dynamotion Fit upper delivers snug, conforming support where needed.
- SmoothRide Engineered for a Brilliant Run.
- Combination blown rubber forefoot/articulated Wave Plate for the optimal blend of pliability and propulsion at toe-off.
- Wide forefoot gauge for maximum support through engineered geometry.
- New 3D print execution delivers a true paradox – the pattern appears to have curves, yet the graphic is made entirely of straight lines.