Springtime Flowers Inspire the Mizuno “Future Gardens” Pack

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Get some fresh air in the new Mizuno “Future Gardens” Pack. The seasonal trio is inspired by Spring’s blooming flowers and features the Mizuno Wave Rider 10, Mizuno Wave Mujin TL, and Mizuno Wave Prophecy LS.

One flower in particular, the Ayame Iris, serves as the main inspiration for the pack. The flower blooms across rural Japan during May each year. The entire sneaker pack features a marbled outsole, premium suede, and an Ayame Iris embroidered on the tongue.

The “Future Gardens” iteration of the Mizuno Wave Rider 10 comes in “Cedar,” “SummerSand,” and “YellowPlum” color blocking. This silhouette first debuted in 2007 was created to celebrate a decade of the Wave Rider series. The sneaker is equipped with perforated suede and Mizuno’s thermoplastic Wave Technology for advanced cushioning, stability, and energy return.

As the sixth installment of the Mujin line, the Mizuno Wave Mujin TL is a timeless sneaker that combines an extra grippy Michelin outsole with a sleek and aesthetic sophisticated upper. This sneaker also features “Summer Sand” and “Yellow Plum,” but adds “Dark Shadow” as well.

The Mizuno Wave Prophecy LS rounds out the “Future Garden” pack in “Summer Sand,” “Dark Shadow” and “Yellow Plum.” This silhouette is based on Yoshitaka Takahashi’s Wave Prophecy 8 and Mizuno’s full length Infinity Wave midsole with AIRmesh breathability to create the brand’s high-end performance runner.

The Mizuno “Future Gardens” Pack is available now. The Mizuno Wave Rider 10 is priced at £145, the Mizuno Wave Mujin TL is priced at £160, and the Mizuno Wave Prophecy LS is priced at £225. To purchase, visit select retailers like Footpatrol, END., Hanon, SNS, Flannels and 18 Montros.

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Mizuno “Future Gardens” Pack

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