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Easy Spirit
(202) 638-7228
529 14th St Nw
Washington, DC
(202) 737-0432
529 14th St Nw
Washington, DC
(202) 789-7304
40 Massachusetts Ave Ne
Washington, DC
Mens Wearhouse
(202) 463-3015
1024 Connecticut Ave Nw
Washington, DC
New Balance
(202) 587-5338
1020 Connecticut Ave Nw
Washington, DC
Sports Zone Corp
(202) 232-1395
2301 Georgia Ave Nw # D
Washington, DC
Payless Shoesource
(202) 783-3441
1120 G Street Nw
Washington, DC
Nine West
(202) 452-9163
1008 Connecticut Ave Nw
Washington, DC
Fleet Feet Dc
(202) 387-3888
1841 Columbia Rd Nw
Washington, DC
Mens Fashion Center
(202) 543-4464
918 H St Ne
Washington, DC

Mizuno Wave Kaze 6

Mizuno Wave Kaze 6
Five versions of the Kaze have integrated the Wave technology with a breathable, supportive upper. And now we can make that six.

The Kaze 6 maintains the molded EVA midsole with the modified Wave plate designed for cross country. The lugged outersole is also carried over in both a 6-spike configuration and a spikeless version. The new upper features fewer overlays (eliminated to save weight and improve breathability) with a more sheath-like fit (some runners may want to go up a half-size for a more comfortable fit). Runners familiar with the Kaze will find the performance they expect, while those searching for traction, good cushioning, and a secure fit have one more possibility in a racing shoe.


  • Spike/Spikeless $80
  • Sizes: men 7–13; women 6–11
  • Weight: (men’s 11) 8.9 oz. spike, 7.7 oz. spikeless; (women’s 8) 7.8 oz. spike, 7.0 oz. spikeless    
  • Fit: snug heel, very snug forefoot

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