Mezamashii Love #BrilliantRun
I'm not a patient person at all. Just ask Ward. But when it comes to finding the right shoe for me, patience is priceless.
Second, I tried the Men's Ronin. Ouch. Far too narrow and again, a very angry bunion.
I am impressed with the level of customer support I received each time I called into Mizuno regarding my shoe woes. They were very kind and supportive each time. I know they were faced with a difficult, picky person here who has very odd feet. Actually, one of the representatives did suggest that I visit my local specialty shoe store to try on some Mizuno's so I would have a better idea of what would fit on me or not. So I headed off to Maine Running Company to visit my pal, Seth, and he showed me what they had and answered all of the questions that I had.
A couple of months back I received an invite to join the Mezamashii Project. I really enjoyed my Wave Rider 15s I wore throughout the winter, so I was excited to try out some new Mizuno's.
First I tried out the Wave Rider 15s, but Women's wide. Too narrow and my bunion hated it.
|I'm so sorry, Ronins. I wanted it to work out.|
Third, Men's Musha. Third times a charm, right? You betcha because these shoes are incredible!
Let me tell you, this shoe is so light and flexible, it feels incredible on my foot. I did enjoy the structure of the Wave Rider 15s, but I also really enjoy a lightweight shoe.
I've been running in them for a couple of weeks now, with probably close to 80 miles on them and I am very happy with them.
I see these shoes taking me through the rest of marathon training and the marathon. See, patience pays off for sure.
Here is some Mezamashii Love for you. All of the Rail Trail Chicks are sporting Mizuno's these days.