A new level of engineering ingenuity has been reached with the Cloudflyer: more features in an even lighter package. Like the patterning of the cloud elements: configured now to further reduce inward rotations while still allowing for stable, natural transitions - all while on the fly.
The Cloudflyer’s unique dual-density sockliner provides next-level foot comfort. Whether you’re running in a marathon or for a minute, your inner-shoe comfort will be the same as when you first put the shoe on.
Thanks to the latest in material innovations, the Cloudflyer now has features such as the adaptive V-molded heel cap and state-of-the-art memoryfoam all to provide a snug and stable heel feel with every step.
It’s funny how one of the most important parts of the shoe when it comes to support is so often overlooked. The star lacing system of the Cloudflyer provides secure comfort in an adjustable (and precisely engineered) fit.
Runners looking for a supremely cushioned and stable shoe that retains a light and agile running feel.
Run with extra cushioning, support and stability but without the extra weight, all in one shoe.
7mm | 028 in
255 g | 8.9 oz (US M 8.5)
I bought the cloudflyer a little over a month ago and I have had no problem with my knees, ankles, or hips since. I run about two miles a day as a warmup for my workout and I had been running on the top rated Asics for my type, overpronation with weak knees and ankles, and within the first two days my agitated joints were no longer hurting.
I had been running in Brooks Bluetrail bought then on the 4 October 2016 I’ve done 265.5 km in them. Then on the 28 October 2017 I bought myself a pair of Cloud Flyers and do they fly, in the six weeks that I’ve had them I’ve done 260.9 km. I now run around 60 km a week doing 21 – 42 km on Saturdays. I started running in September 2016 at the age of 59 having never run more than 100 meters.
Now i just cant stop running.
If you’re a beginner and want to fly, then buy these.
I started my running career with Asics and tried the latest that Asics had to offer in terms of my feet type, as was advised by their store after various pronation tests, etc. Always struggled with shin and calf issues and then I by chance tried the Cloudflyer at an expo and I have not worn any other shoe other than Cloudflyer since then. One of the best shoes I have ever worn, and thankfully no injuries since I moved on to ON Cloudflyer. While running, I do not feel that I am wearing anything on my feet.. !!