Breast cancer is all too common: 1-in-8 women will experience breast cancer during their lives. So, Mizuno and Fleet Feet teamed up with projectZERO to try to change that number to zero.
The brand new ProjectZERO Special Edition of the Mizuno Wave Rider 25 was made exclusively for Fleet Feet as part of a nationwide initiative to raise money and awareness for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
This limited-edition version of Mizuno Wave Runner 25 delivers a springy ride thanks to Mizuno’s Wave Plate technology and next-level Mizuno Enerzy foam. One reviewer said, “They feel stable and cushioned enough to wear during recovery runs, but they definitely have a bit of a kick if you want to pick up the pace.”
This is a great shoe for wearing around town, running a breast cancer awareness 5K or logging a marathon.
Not only does the shoe provide reliable comfort mile after mile, but it’s helping to fight breast cancer along the way. Mizuno and Fleet Feet will donate a minimum of $25,000 toward the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Join us and show your support by wearing the projectZERO gear.
Show off your support for their fights against breast cancer by wearing the Mizuno projectZERO Wave Rider 25.
Mizuno projectZERO Wave Rider 25
8.1 oz (W) 9.7 oz (M)
Watch: Mizuno Project Zero Wave Rider 25
Sporting a pink ribbon outline to pay homage to Project Zero’s mission, the special edition Wave Rider 25 is Mizuno’s go-to neutral trainer.
Watch Caroline cover Mizuno’s newest updates to the bouncy and comfortable Project Zero Wave Rider 25.
3.7/5 on 3 total reviews
BCRS Project zero waverider 26
As a breast cancer survivor, I was happy to purchase these shoes to support the BCRF especially as they were not solid pink this year! The shoes however were not the quality I usually get with the Mizuno brand. Makes me sad.
"Stability" in a different way
I love the colors used for the shoes especially the pink inside the ribbon in the back . Although it might be more creative if on one side of the shoes had the ribbon and on the other side was the Mizuno . Because if one didn't know about Project Zero, these shoes just seem more of a pink and black mizuno shoes . As someone who personally has a loved one who is a recent survivor of BC , this shoes help with turing the ideal pink and image related to the disease into empowerment and lessen the hardship of memories that comes with having to watch and care for a loved one who went through it . I can now walk with those experiences in a different light than before . My only dissatisfaction about the shoes is the difficultly that comes with getting them on--they seem very narrow and hard to get your feet into them without really loosing the laces . I wish they were wider like the Mizuno Wave inspire and that they also came in a stability shoe . As someone who has a physical disability, stability shoes are my primary type . I bought these because of the empowerment and positivity changes they bring.
Mizuno project ZERO Wave Rider 25
I like this shoe. I am a breast cancer survivor and have been waiting for this kind of shoe all year. It is my workout shoe.