The Grip-Rubber profile of the Cloudventure performs in the most demanding conditions. Its sole is micro-engineered with four distinct levels of grip, so you’re in control on the trail, and the street.
The Cloudventure family is built with an ingenious 2-layer upper. It combines a highly comfortable and supportive inner layer with a breathable, light outer layer that is also treated with a durable water repellent (DWR) coating.
Every aspect of the Cloudventure has been engineered with the ultimate trail running shoes in mind – right down to the toe-caps. Fused with rubber and engineered mesh, it provides protection for the toes while still remaining lightweight and flexible.
Runners looking for a lightweight trail shoe with full cushioning protection.
Reach places others can’t.
6 mm | 0.23 in
240 g I 8.5 oz (US W 7)
“No other trail shoe has the capability to make you feel comfortable, free and confident to tackle what “Mother Nature” throws at you” - Ben Allen, XTERRA world champion
“Growing up in the Swiss Alps, we learned a thing or two about running in the mountains, which is why the Cloudventure offers so many innovative features for trail running” - Olivier Bernhard, On Co-Founder and six-time Ironman Champion.
Light and fast that you can reach the peak in time to watch the sunrise. Reliable grip for when a thunderstorm catches you by surprise. And clever cushioning to save your legs when you are flying back down to reach the valley before it gets dark. The Cloudventure.
Wow what a great light shoe....used to love my zoots, but now must try a pair of the road runners as well. Picked these up at Iron Man Lake Placid and so gkad I did...I only regret not buying a second pair!
Habe den Schuh als Single-Athlet am Gigathlon getragen und bin voll begeistert. Bequem, stabil, und mit viel Grip ist er meine Nummer 1 im Trailrunningbereich. Und wie immer keine Kompromisse bei der Kraftübertragung.
I was pleasantly surprised at how soft and smooth the Ventures were. I expected them to feel a little bulky and have issues with debris getting stuck in the pods on the bottom, but they are surprisingly nimble and nothing has gotten stuck yet. My only complaint with a lot of On's shoes is that on softer surfaces the pods are not quite as peppy. The Ventures struggle a little on looser surfaces (cinder and sand), but have been solid on technical terrain and rolling grassy trails.