On Cloud Shoes

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On Cloud Shoes

Road Shoes best for road, track and light gravel. See the best road shoes. Trail Shoes best for trail, off road, mountains and other unstable surfaces. See the best trail shoes. Good to know As long as you stick to the road or path, and if you want just one running shoe, buy a road running shoe. Neutral / cushion / high arch Shoes for runners who does not need any additional arch support (Around 50% of runners). Best for people with high or medium high arches. See the best neutral shoes. Stability / overpronation / normal arch Shoes for runners who needs arch support (Around 45% of runners). Best for runners with a normal arch. See the best stability shoes. Motion control / severe overproanation / flat feet Shoes for runners who needs a lot of arch support. Best for runners with flat feet. See the best motion control shoes. Good to know – Rule of thumb: If in doubt, buy neutral shoes to avoid injuries. – More about arch support in this video. – Find your arch type by following steps from this video. Daily running Cushioned shoes for your daily easy running. Great comfort. See best shoes for daily running. Competition Lightweight shoes good for races, interval training, tempo runs and fartlek. Here are the best competition running shoes. Good to know If you want just one pair of shoes, buy a shoe for daily running. The height difference from the heel to the forefoot, also known as heel drop, toe spring, heel to toe spring or simply drop. There are many opinions about what a good heel drop is. We do not recommend any in particular. Lean more in this video.
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On Cloud Shoes

CloudTec® sole moves with you Separated by a central channel, the CloudTec® sole responds to your individual gait. The Cloud elements are affixed directly to a semi-transparent Speedboard allowing each Cloud element to move individually. I introduce you to Zero-Gravity running The Cloud is the lightest fully cushioned performance running shoe in the world. Designed for runners who want a minimal running shoe with maximum cushioning. Built from Zero-Gravity foam, the Cloud weighs less than 200 grams, making it a perfect lightweight performer. Zero-Gravity foam The CloudTec® sole is formed from a super-light, flexible and responsive Zero-Gravity EVA foam. Additionally, the deepflex grooves provide a natural range of motion and extreme flexibility. Speed lacing Forget about lacing up your running shoes: The On Cloud features an easy-entry lacing system that can be adapted to your foot. A conventional lace comes with every Cloud for tighter lacing.
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On Cloud Shoes

Comments about Womens On Cloud Running Shoe:I started running late in life and have been happily at it for 7 years. It took a while to find my dream shoe since I didn’t go directly to a professional running store. That shoe has been the Brooks Pure Cadence. I don’t pronate significantly but I preferred the cushion to the Pue Flow. It was always perfect right out of the box. I wore a new pair on my 2nd half marathon and without a problem at all. But I didn’t like version 5 (luckily I hoarded an extra 4) and thankfully Brooks plans to hark back to that in version 6. But meanwhile I was looking for a lightweight, low heel drop, low profile alternative. When I got the On Cloud on my feet it was love at first step. I originally thought I’d wear them for walking and as a casual shoe in general. I love that they slip on and off once one adjusts the elastic laces, they breathe well (sometimes I wear them barefoot though they’re a little large for me in that circumstance). Then I took them on a trip planning to double them up as running shoes, since who among us doesn’t struggle with how many shoes to bring on a trip? Turned out I ran 4 miles in them the first time and had not a twinge during or after. The cushion is wonderful, yet one can still feel the ground—a good balance between these elements. And they are LIGHT. I got many compliments on their unusual looks right away just wearing the here and there. I’m planning to get another pair just for running since I keep hearing running shoes should be reserved for running only, or at least mostly so. I am an 8.5 in street shoes and have always worn a 9 in running and hiking shoes. I tried the 8.5 in these, thinking they might be roomy enough with thinner socks, but they felt small and not worth the risk with swollen feet for sure. I have average to slightly narrow feet. I possibly could have worn the 8.5 with bare feet but that was not my plan. They feel best with medium thick socks but I’ve run in them with thin ones and they didn’t feel sloppy; just not snug like my Brooks. When I first ran in them I tried the regular laces. But I’d gotten spoiled by the support and give of the elastic ones. I found I had to tie the non elastic ones too tight for comfort in order to get the same snugness.There are stories of the outer later of the lugs chipping off in reviews here and there but I have seen little wear on mine. I’m not a high mileage runner but I’ll be curious to see how they hold up over time. The quality is excellent in general.

On Cloud Shoes

I started running late in life and have been happily at it for 7 years. It took a while to find my dream shoe since I didn’t go directly to a professional running store. That shoe has been the Brooks Pure Cadence. I don’t pronate significantly but I preferred the cushion to the Pue Flow. It was always perfect right out of the box. I wore a new pair on my 2nd half marathon and without a problem at all. But I didn’t like version 5 (luckily I hoarded an extra 4) and thankfully Brooks plans to hark back to that in version 6. But meanwhile I was looking for a lightweight, low heel drop, low profile alternative. When I got the On Cloud on my feet it was love at first step. I originally thought I’d wear them for walking and as a casual shoe in general. I love that they slip on and off once one adjusts the elastic laces, they breathe well (sometimes I wear them barefoot though they’re a little large for me in that circumstance). Then I took them on a trip planning to double them up as running shoes, since who among us doesn’t struggle with how many shoes to bring on a trip? Turned out I ran 4 miles in them the first time and had not a twinge during or after. The cushion is wonderful, yet one can still feel the ground—a good balance between these elements. And they are LIGHT. I got many compliments on their unusual looks right away just wearing the here and there. I’m planning to get another pair just for running since I keep hearing running shoes should be reserved for running only, or at least mostly so. I am an 8.5 in street shoes and have always worn a 9 in running and hiking shoes. I tried the 8.5 in these, thinking they might be roomy enough with thinner socks, but they felt small and not worth the risk with swollen feet for sure. I have average to slightly narrow feet. I possibly could have worn the 8.5 with bare feet but that was not my plan. They feel best with medium thick socks but I’ve run in them with thin ones and they didn’t feel sloppy; just not snug like my Brooks. When I first ran in them I tried the regular laces. But I’d gotten spoiled by the support and give of the elastic ones. I found I had to tie the non elastic ones too tight for comfort in order to get the same snugness.There are stories of the outer later of the lugs chipping off in reviews here and there but I have seen little wear on mine. I’m not a high mileage runner but I’ll be curious to see how they hold up over time. The quality is excellent in general.
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On Cloud Shoes

Updates to CloudThe On Cloud was improved to deliver outstanding cushioning and impact protection. It comes with a lighter built equipped with the brand’s premium CloudTec technologies to provide a combination of soft landing and powerful toe-off. Cloud size and fitThe On Cloud is true to its size. The midfoot, forefoot and heel area are of standard measurements. This shoe can accommodate those with medium-size foot and those with slightly wide forefoot. This is available in standard D and B widths for men’s and women’s versions respectively. OutsoleThe On Cloud uses the CloudTec sole that delivers added durability on high wear areas and additional cushioning for high energy return. The sole also has honeycomb slip pattern that delivers reliable grip on the road and off-road runs. MidsoleThe midsole uses the high-grade EVA that gives durable cushioning. It also utilizes the brand’s Cloudtec midsole elements that provide enough cushioning for foot strike and delivers a solid rebound. The full length Speedboard plate distributes pressure for a more improved running performance. UpperThe On Cloud features the 3D air mesh upper that delivers a breathable coverage. The air mesh allows efficient air flow, keeping foot well ventilated. The Sandwich mesh also gives maximum air intake to keep the foot cool. The shoe also comes with a non-slip lining that holds that foot securely without any slippage. The shoe also has a reflective TPU cap that increases visibility while running on lights.

On Cloud Shoes

On Cloud Shoes
On Cloud Shoes