The advanced On membrane is 100% water- and windproof and physical, not chemically coated, meaning it does not wash out over time. This allows it to be highly stretchable, lighter overall and far more breathable compared to most other waterproof shoes on the market.
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.
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
295 g I 10.1 oz (US M 8.5)
One (upper middle) of the rubber sole grip just broken and it irritates me now when i run.
but afterall, a good pair of waterproof running shoes.
THese are beautiful. They have been running through my mind all day. Mmmmm, there soul satisfies mine- we are soul MATES!
Bit pricey but fantastic build quality - really good. Heel strike feels harder than the Cloudflyer. The missing bump detail mid sole can throw you off. If you're doing narrow stairs down fast then the forefoot sole doesn't hit the step, your foot drops unexpectedly and you can slip. In hindsight the waterproofing makes for a hotter foot - too hot in Hong Kong's 30ºC plus/90% humidity. I've bought US11 all my life with all brands but On Running I'm a US10.5. Toe area nice and roomy. For trails that are more technical - steeper, less even - I go with the Cloudventure and on well developed dirt trails/concrete the Cloudflyer does it for me. Oh - my category is missing from "Why do you run" - used to race but do it for fun now