Need help between Brooks Ghost 12 & Mizuno Wave Rider 23 (Coming from Lunarglide 6's) Question. No changes to the midsole and outsole this year, but the upper continues to trend towards a knit engineered mesh. Let me know what you end up doing. They are one of the most popular shoes in the line up of their respective brands. Running store try both...Having ran on both, here is the difference of both in my opinion. David: The Mizuno Wave Rider 23 is lightweight trainer that can pretty much do it all! That is to say I really like my lunars but have never tried any other running shoe other than Nike. Designers also used Mizuno's signature Wave Plate technology. For that to be said about any Mizuno is something – much less a Rider! 495.00 Regular price. The Wave Rider 24 neutral running shoe features an all new midsole material – MIZUNO ENERZY (FOAM), that provides 15% increase in rebound and 17% increase in softness. I can actually feel the cushion compress when my foot hits the ground.I prefer the WR over the brooks for that reason, and one more. It is built on a blown rubber traction outsole that grips the … I have experience in version… Nathan: I ran my first marathon in Wave Riders back in 2017, so this shoe holds a special place in my heart…or on my feet. I purchased a pair of Brooks Ghost 12, shoe wasn't comfortable and didn't compare to Muzuno. With the Rider being more of a standard upper, you have a little more room in the toebox but it’s a a little less stretchy and giving. But compare the Wave Rider 22 and the Wave Rider 23 side by side, and you’ll notice several differences. Maybe I need to break them in? In the Mizuno Wave Rider 22 review, testers said the shoe gave them a smooth heel-to-toe transition and felt really durable.The same is true this year. Mizuno Wave Rider 23 Men's Running Shoes. The Rider is more nimble and flexible, with the Sky providing a big wide substantial base and the Rider feeling sleeker and lower. The 23 is closer to the WaveKnit R2’s toebox depth. The Pegasus is lighter than the Rider, and the Wave Rider generally feels like much more shoe. So I bought a pair and I started to get pains. Unit price / per . In changing the upper, the fit is now a little tighter overall – the most notable change is in toebox depth. [CDATA[*/ (function () { var scriptURL = ''; if (window.ShopifyBuy) { if (window.ShopifyBuy.UI) { ShopifyBuyInit(); } else { loadScript(); } } else { loadScript(); } function loadScript() { var script = document.createElement('script'); script.async = true; script.src = scriptURL; (document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0] || document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0]).appendChild(script); script.onload = ShopifyBuyInit; } function ShopifyBuyInit() { var client = ShopifyBuy.buildClient({ domain: '', storefrontAccessToken: '399a20249a025e8680486076f4a8a045', }); ShopifyBuy.UI.onReady(client).then(function (ui) { ui.createComponent('product', { id: '2131275022385', node: document.getElementById('product-component-1565991345436'), moneyFormat: '%24%7B%7Bamount%7D%7D', options: { "product": { "styles": { "product": { "@media (min-width: 601px)": { "max-width": "calc(25% - 20px)", "margin-left": "20px", "margin-bottom": "50px" } } }, "text": { "button": "Add to cart" } }, "productSet": { "styles": { "products": { "@media (min-width: 601px)": { "margin-left": "-20px" } } } }, "modalProduct": { "contents": { "img": false, "imgWithCarousel": true, "button": false, "buttonWithQuantity": true }, "styles": { "product": { "@media (min-width: 601px)": { "max-width": "100%", "margin-left": "0px", "margin-bottom": "0px" } } }, "text": { "button": "Add to cart" } }, "cart": { "text": { "total": "Subtotal", "button": "Checkout" } } }, }); }); } })(); /*]]>*/, /*