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Experienced Zero-Drop Runners Wanted: Apply to Be a Wear-Tester for the Mizuno EVO Cursoris

Mizuno EVO Cursoris Green-BlueGot an email this morning from Mizuno asking if I would share a link to their wear-testing application for the Mizuno EVO Cursoris. The Cursoris is a zero-drop shoe set to be released in early 2013, and they are particularly interested in wear-testers who are experienced at running in zero drop shoes or who are midfoot runners.

Click here to apply to be a Mizuno Cursroris wear-tester.

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  1. Wouldn’t they maybe want people who aren’t as experienced to get the impressions of those looking to transition (ie most of their customer base)?

    • Christopher Babb says:

      Many major running companies have taken that approach recently i.e. New Balance, Saucony, etc and runners seem to be a little annoyed that while their products are more suited for a forefoot strike they aren’t really built with that in mind. They are building shoes for people to transition and not building a shoe for those who are already there (a large and growing number) in their video they really explain that they designed this shoe for the forefoot strike and at zero drop it really isn’t a transitional shoe.

      I think it’s good that they want to know how well the shoe works for those it was designed for. I’m sure they will do other wear tests but I think this is the right approach.

  2. No offense but interesting to see how marketing/product introduction looks like these days.

  3. Stephen Boulet says:

    I hope these shoes deliver. I do wonder at my sanity in that the shoes I’m most looking forward to wearing are always a few months away from production.

  4. ithinkicanrun says:

    Thank you for highlighting this opportunity for us Pete, just wanted to let you know I received mine last Thursday!

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