The Sayonara features a new midsole compound Mizuno calls U4ic, which is lighter than its previous foam but has similar cushioning ability. That said, the Sayonara delivers a firmer ride, mostly because there's less foam being used. This debut model sits lower to the ground—especially at the heel, where the Precision had a stack height of 35.3 mm. The result is a shoe that weighs 1.2 ounces less. The support Martha mentioned above comes in part because of the solid arch. Lacking a scooped-out shape or a plastic shank, the Sayonara makes complete contact with the ground from heel to toe. That allows the shoe to work fine for neutral runners, but offers subtle guidance for runners who need some extra help.
-Some runners were impressed by the light construction of the Mizuno Wave Sayonara 3.
-It has the X10 technology that promotes added durability.
-It features the Mizuno SmoothRide Engineering technology for a smooth heel to toe transition.
-The shoe feels light and fast, as noted in some reviews.
-A few number of users mentioned that the shoe is responsive enough for their preferences.
-The Sayonara 3 is available in several color options.