Nike vs. Mizuno

Nike vs. Mizuno

Post by Watso » Fri, 30 Jul 1999 04:00:00


Can anyone tell me what pair of shoes is best in the Nike Triax line and
Mizuno Wave line?  And then which is the better of those two shoes?  I need
a new pair for cross country practice and meets - I can't stand flats.  If
anyone can help, I thank you in advance.
 
 
 

Nike vs. Mizuno

Post by Jason Sage » Sat, 31 Jul 1999 04:00:00

This may not be too helpful but I bought a pair of the new Wave line from
Mizuno last Spring. I ended up returning them because they were causing me
some lower leg pain and they were also pretty loose in the heel (I later
read that this had been a problem with previous Mizuno shoes.)

--Stefanie


Quote:
> Can anyone tell me what pair of shoes is best in the Nike Triax line and
> Mizuno Wave line?  And then which is the better of those two shoes?  I
need
> a new pair for cross country practice and meets - I can't stand flats.  If
> anyone can help, I thank you in advance.


 
 
 

Nike vs. Mizuno

Post by Tridua » Sun, 01 Aug 1999 04:00:00

the best shoe in the triax line for nike--really depends on your needs. whether
you need a cushioning shoe, lightweight or stability. if looking for just
cushioning --the international triax. if looking for lightweight---the skyon
triax. for stability ---the span triax for mild pronation or the structure
triax for excessive pronation. i run in both the international and skylon triax
for training and the new ghost racer for races longer than 10k and the streak
vengeance for anything shorter than the 10k.

martin owens
running specialist
nike town las vegas

 
 
 

Nike vs. Mizuno

Post by Phil. G. Felt » Tue, 03 Aug 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

> the best shoe in the triax line for nike--really depends on your needs.
whether
> you need a cushioning shoe, lightweight or stability. if looking for just
> cushioning --the international triax. if looking for lightweight---the skyon
> triax. for stability ---the span triax for mild pronation or the structure
> triax for excessive pronation. i run in both the international and
skylon triax
> for training and the new ghost racer for races longer than 10k and the streak
> vengeance for anything shorter than the 10k.

> martin owens
> running specialist
> nike town las vegas

My personal preference is Mizuno, their last shape fits my foot better than Nike
which are usually too wide for me.

phil.

 
 
 

Nike vs. Mizuno

Post by ultrajo.. » Tue, 03 Aug 1999 04:00:00

nike sucks

yum yum

 
 
 

Nike vs. Mizuno

Post by TJMCKAY » Mon, 09 Aug 1999 04:00:00

They both do! Get some Asics, Saucony or even Addidas.Nike is not only over
priced, it's the ugliest looking selection on the market. Black, orange and
green? I'll have to buy some pin-striped mustard socks for that order!        
                                              >Subject: Re: Nike vs. Mizuno
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>Date: Mon, 02 August 1999 10:45 PM EDT

>nike sucks