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Mizuno's deep-rooted love for Y2K retro-running aesthetics is palpable from only a quick scroll through the Japanese sportswear label’s sneaker selection. And its latest release, the Mizuno MXR Sport, is yet another love letter to running shoes from bygone years. 

The MXR Sport is the first of three executions in Mizuno’s MXR line for FW24, showcasing a blend of technical innovation with Mizuno’s typical high build quality. 

Drawing inspiration from the beloved Wave Rider 10, the MXR Sport skillfully captures the essence of retro sneaker aesthetics while adding a contemporary touch. 

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The Mizuno MXR Sport sneaker features a white mesh upper, allowing for breathability and comfort. Meanwhile, contrasting black and silver overlays add depth and structure, creating a dynamic look that pays homage to early 2000s sneaker catalogs. 

One of the standout elements of the MXR Sport is its detailed construction, especially the mesh and overlays, which provide a lightweight feel while ensuring the shoe's robustness, making it perfect for both casual and sportswear.

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Featuring Mizuno’s signature Wave technology, the shoe’s midsole is designed for superior comfort and support. And the outsole, crafted with high-quality rubber, offers excellent traction and durability.

The MXR Sport reflects Mizuno's dedication to innovation, quality, and timeless style while pursuing the perfect balance between tradition and innovation.

Crafting the perfect Y2K dad shoe that caters for today's aesthetic and functionality, at an affordable price point — a pair of these Mizuno MXR Sport sneakers will only set you back roughly £121 dollars.

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