A beautiful, free-flowing graphic emblem of the Mizuno brand, the RunBird. It’s more than just a logo to decorate shoes, clothing and gear. The RunBird symbolizes Mizuno’s belief in the Japanese concept of a universal approach to sport with unlimited space and energy.
Japanese: written 水野 ‘water field‘. It is a residential name from a so-called village in Owari (now part of Aichi Prefecture). This surname is mainly found along the east coast and on the island of Okinawa.
The Mizuno emblem is an iconic symbol created by Noboru Kono in 1982. The symbol replaced the company’s original logo, which featured a stylized letter “M”. The current logo features an abstract image resembling a bird made up of three thick, curved lines.
Mizuno is a manufacturer of golf clubs and accessories ranging from cast chromoly irons on the budget side to grain flow forged irons for the professional golfer.
The Mizuno shoes with the name “M-Line“, which covered all needs from sports to everyday use, caused a sensation worldwide. In 1975, Mizuno developed the new M-Line series with a more advanced M-shape.
With some of the most popular running shoes on the market, Mizuno is a great brand for beginners and experts alike. From the shoes that soak up most of your training miles to the race day models that you ship out a few times a year, the best Mizuno running shoes will help you achieve your goals.
Fully covered in leather, they were heavy and shaped like boots. When Mizuno first released its baseball gloves in 1913, they cost about two Japanese yen a piece. The founder, Rihachi Mizuno, worked with artisans to create gloves that he designed himself
The Omini Logo
Kappa’s ‘Omini’ logo depicts the silhouette of a man and woman leaning against each other. It stands for equality between men and women and their mutual support. The logo came about quite by accident during a 1969 photo shoot for a swimsuit advert for Beatrix.
The iconic vector emblem for Reebok is an abstract depiction of the Union Jack crossing the race track, as the brand combines two of its most important values - tradition and progress; It also reflects a trinity of physical, mental and social well-being that the brand aims to provide to people around the world…
Although Mizuno is best known for making classic play irons that offer great feel and manageability, they also make models that cater to higher handicappers – irons that offer an impressive expanse and also high are levels of forgiveness.
The project took 12 years to get off the ground, but in 1933, with the introduction of the Star Line – the first Japanese-made golf clubs – Mizuno Golf was born.
Mizuno golf clubs are made in Japan but assembled in the USA. It is becoming too expensive for many golf companies to conduct all club development outside of the United States.
Mizuno offers an unparalleled bespoke service – based on the processes honed at the renowned craft factory in Yoro, Japan.
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