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The Mizuno Wave Rider 1 OG Is Releasing In Triple Black

Carving out their own spot in today’s lifestyle market alongside heavy hitters the likes of adidas and Nike, Mizuno’s Wave Rider 1 OG silhouette has helped the brand stay relevant in an overcrowded space. After hitting retailers in a number of colorful creations, a time-tested Triple Black aesthetic is next up to entice consumers who prefer to keep their footwear choices simpler rather than loud. Allowing for this model’s wavy construction to garner most of the fanfare, its …

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Mizuno Brings Back Another OG Colorway Of The Wave Rider 1

Establishing themselves as a strong contender in the current lifestyle market, Mizuno has made some big waves through its OG colorways under their most recent RB Line. Delegating many of its resources to bringing back some of their most iconic silhouettes, the Japanese footwear label has lead the pack with the alluringly bulky Wave Rider 1 OG. Commemorating an astounding year since its introduction, the model is making a stunning return in a palette that calls back to the vibrant blue and yel…

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24 Kilates Adds King Kobra Touches To The Mizuno Wave Rider 1

The classic Mizuno Wave Rider has enjoyed a strong resurgence in popularity this year. Its striking silhouette and heavy dose of retro detailing fit in perfectly with current industry trends, and limited collaborations have helped its desirability rise as well. The next partner to take a collaborative crack at the classic runner? Spain/Thailand’s 24 Kilates. Inspired by the regal and highly dangerous king cobra, the shoes combine traditional athletic colors — navy, red, and gold — w…

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Where To Buy La MJC x Mizuno Wave Rider 1

The next Mizuno Wave Rider collaboration is right around the corner as the Japanese sportswear brand has teamed with purveyor of culture Michael Dupouy aka La MJC. His red, green, and black rendition of the recently revived Wave Rider silhouette is actually inspired by David Hammon’s interpretation of the American Stars and Stripes flag, a piece of art that sold for over $ 2 million. On July 21st, a select number of footwear retailers will carry the La MJC x Mizuno Wave Rider for $ 160; s…

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La MJC & Mizuno Honor Club 75 Anniversary with Limited Wave Rider 1

Michael Dupouy’s La MJC agency joined forces with Mizuno on a special Wave Rider 1 silhouette to commemorate the third anniversary of Dupouy’s co-owned Club 75 boutique. The sneaker’s colorway was inspired by the red and green hues of artist David Hammons’ African American flag artwork. As far as construction details a…

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Master-Piece Taps MIZUNO to Create Perfect Everyday Technical Bags

Japanese labels MIZUNO and Master-Piece link up for spring to drop a small range of collaborative bags. Blending MIZUNO’s sportswear heritage with Master-Piece’s craftsmanship and designs, the range encompasses an assortment of backpacks and smaller waist & shoulder bags. Executed in two distinct colorways, the bags all offer an assor…

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Mizuno Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of The Wave Rider 1 With OG Re-issue

After announcing the launch of its lifestyle-focused category earlier this year in January, Mizuno is set to release the next offering of the Wave Rider 1 re-issue in the original white/red/black colorway from 1998. The Japanese footwear brand debuted this sneaker twenty years ago, making use of the brand’s new Cloud Wave technology as it focused on keeping feet away from flat surfaces and onto a platform that better served the act of running. The Wave Rider 1 retro, of course, initiall…

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The mita sneakers x Mizuno Wave Rider Is Dropping This Weekend

Mizuno’s heralded Wave Rider lineage starts back at one with this collaboration with fellow Japanese institution mita sneakers. The Wave Rider, which originally debuted in 1998, has been reworked with a dazzling blue/white upper above a grey speckled midsole and a bright green “Wave” running system on the heel. the Wave Rider has, of course, evolved over the years in over twenty models to better fit the needs of runners, but it’s awesome to see the OG get some well-des…

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