The Mizuno Wave Bolt Women's Volleyball Shoes are an elite new Women's Volleyball Shoe from Mizuno that features superior technologies designed to provide cushioning, support and breathability to keep you playing at the top of your game. The Mizuno Wave Bolt Women's Volleyball Shoes feature Mizuno's popular Pebax parallel Mizuno Wave technology that uniformly disperses shock throughout the sole, providing lightweight cushioning and enhanced stability. Mizuno Wave is a biomechanically-engineered midsole technology that resists overpronation, thus relieving stress on ankle and knee joints. It provides for lightweight cushioning and enhanced stability. You've felt the lightning. Now feel the bolt.
The Mizuno Wave Bolt Women's Volleyball Shoes also feature Mizuno's VS-1 technology, a unique cushioning compound found in the forefoot that provides superior cushioning in the forefoot for ultimate comfort. The VS-1 absorbs shock and enhances cushioning properties by resisting compression-set, which will extend the cushioning life of the shoe. The VS-1 is made primarily (70%) of vibration absorption material and the remainder (30%) being E.V.A. and Isoprene rubber. Mizuno VS-1 is very lightweight and returns to its original shape after impact. Volleyball players all across the world turn to the Wave Bolt for its unrivaled cushioning and lightweight construction. VS-1 helps soften landings and impacts significantly.
The Wave Bolt Women's Volleyball Shoes also feature Mizuno's SensorPoint suspension system, which connects the Wave Plate to the ground, enhancing stability and traction. This allows for quick cuts and changes in direction without losing traction, making the Wave Bolt the ideal choice for active volleyball players. The Women's Wave Bolt also features a triple layered mesh upper that provides the utmost in breathability and comfort by keeping the foot cool, dry and comfortable at all times. The Mizuno Wave Bolt is a brand new addition to Mizuno's popular line of women's volleyball shoes and is sure to make a splash in 2012.