Women’s Mizuno Wave Hurricane 2 Review
The Wave Hurricane line by Mizuno is an entry level line for players who are looking for a court shoe, but aren’t ready to spend a lot of money. These are great shoes for players who aren’t training as often or as hard as 5-6 days a week, several hours a day.
This is essentially the same shoe as the Mizuno Wave Hurricane. It has:
Parallel Wave Technology – A Parallel Wave Plate to improve lateral stability, which is needed in volleyball. It also has air mesh to help with breathability of the shoe.
Pros & Cons
The Wave Hurricane 2 has only been on the market since March of 2016, and there are almost no reviews reported yet. If you have this pair of shoes, please leave a comment and let me know how you like them.
(One thing to consider is that Mizuno shoes typically run small.)
Color & Style
You’re not going to get a flashy shoe if you go with this line. There are two color options available, and they both look like typical volleyball shoes:
Mizuno Women’s Wave Hurricane 2
Women’s Mizuno Wave Hurricane Review
The Wave Hurricane is an introductory level volleyball shoe by Mizuno.
This shoe includes Parallel Wave technology and Dynamotion Groove which disperses shock through the sole of the shoe to provide excellent cushioning and stability. Ventilation system keeps you feet cool and dry while wearing them.
This shoe has a higher ankle than some of the others in the Mizuno line, but you should still have no problem wearing your ankle braces.
This is one of the lightest shoes on the market. It is generally liked by most reviewers however it is noted in many places that the shoe runs small and narrow. This is common amongst Mizuno shoes, so keep that in mind when you’re ordering!
Color & Style
This is a very classic looking Mizuno volleyball shoe with no color or pizaz.
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