Good to know
- The Mizuno Wave Catalyst features a much lighter and durable cushioning through the U4ic midsole material. It provides enough amount of cushioning and support without affecting its performance.
- Also, compared to other similar shoes from Mizuno, the Wave Catalyst was designed for high-mileage running. It was equipped with the necessary support and technologies needed for a more responsive running experience.
The shoe has a standard running shoe length. It has a snug heel and midfoot with ample room in the toe box for natural splay. This kind of fit will be great for those with medium measurements. The widths are the standard D and B for the men’s and women’s, respectively.
The outsole unit of the Wave Catalyst uses the brand’s X10 outsole compound. It delivers impressive traction and has durable attributes especially on high wear areas.
This works hand-in-hand with the blown rubber that optimizes pressure distribution, cushioning, and durability for a more responsive ride.
The same outsole performance is featured in the Catalyst 2 as it uses the same outsole technology for sturdiness and grip.
For maximum shock attenuation, the Wave Catalyst uses the U4ic midsole which is very lightweight. It gives added durability and delivers a superior running experience.
The articulated Pebax Fan Wave reduces pronation for runners to experience a more stable and smoother heel strike transition. This works well with the brand’s SmoothRide Technology that allows a fluid motion at every stride. It delivers a smoother and rocking-like motion throughout the gait cycle. It also increases flexibility when needed.
The upper of the Mizuno Wave Catalyst uses Airmesh that is highly breathable for superior feel and comfort. The stitched overlays in the lateral and medial sides hold the foot securely without affecting being too uncomfortable. The DynaMotion Fit in the upper is also a big help to provide an impressive fit. It allows the foot to move naturally for an improved running experience.