WIRED.com Posts an Amazing Review of the Mizuno Wave Prophecy's
by Harper Cornell on June 29, 2011
The official website for WIRED Magazine has posted an excellent review of the Mizuno Wave Prophecy. With WIRED's focus on technology, this is likely the most thorough and detailed review of the Wave Prophecy's that we have seen. Feature Writer Billy Brown tested the running shoes over the past few months, putting them through double-digit mile runs on occasion. He goes into tremendous depth about all the technical aspects that the shoes offer, from their Infinity Wave Plate to the SmoothRide Engineering to the Dynamotion Fit. Brown also does a great job of explaining the ride of the shoes, and how they propelled him forward, as well as commenting on their durability.
The following statement best sums up the way that WIRED felt about the Wave Prophecy's:
"A few weeks after running in the Wave Prophecys, I went back to my old running shoes with the EVA cushioning. I thought I'd appreciate the extra padding, but the old shoes felt too soft. I felt as if I was getting less distance out of every step, sort of like running in mud. After getting used to the responsiveness of the Prophecys, my feet were begging to go back. It was like driving a Porsche, then suddenly being asked to swap it for a crappy old minivan. I'll stick with the Porsche."
In addition to the fantastic feedback that WIRED gave to the Wave Prophecy's, they also posted a profile shot of the shoes, including pricing information and a direct link to the Mizuno Prophecy landing page on our website.
Here is a link to the entire Wave Prophecy review from WIRED:
WIRED Magazine is designed for business leaders and entrepreneurs as well as general consumers interested in what's next in the digital revolution. Coverage focuses on the science, lifestyle, businesses, consumer electronics, politics and personalities that surround such innovative technologies and push them forward in the 21st century. Regular topics include multimedia, cyberspace, cutting-edge technologies, high-definition television, virtual reality and the electronic frontier. Also covers culture, including games, new gear, music, books, film, and an opinions section.