Japanese sportswear mainstay Mizuno has released an elegant new iteration of the popular Wave Rider 10. Dropping as part of the Fisherman Pack, the shoe’s color scheme references the various nets, tools and materials that an angler typically uses out by the sea.

Starting with the upper, the “Shifting Sand and Snow” colorway maintains key elements native to the OG model, namely a premium mesh breathable upper in cream that is complemented by wavy iridescent accents that mimic the scales of a fish. The 2000s runner also features orange details along the base, cream and salmon throughout the midsole, as well as branding on the tongue tab and heel.

Having debuted back in 1998, the Wave Rider has become one of Mizuno’s most cherished runners, implementing the same Wave technology from the start in the latest models. “This Wave technology was the opposite of what Nike Air was,” Mizuno designer Tuan Le previously explained. “Nike Air was a big airbag that cushioned the impact of running but the Wave Plate stretches out upon impact and propels the runner forward as it returns to its regular waved shape.”

The Wave Rider 10 OG “Shifting Sand and Snow” is available to purchase for £157 GBP / $198 USD at HBX.

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