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.
The Cloud is the lightest fully cushioned performance running shoe in the world. This sleek black running shoe is 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.
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.
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.
Runners who want a minimal running shoe with maximum cushioning
Made to run with ultimate lightness and comfort
6 mm | 0.23 in
198 g | 7.0 oz (US M 8.5)
Ho acquistato il mio primo paio di scarpe On Cloud per caso. Me le ha consigliato la commessa nel negozio. Le uso per fare Ginnastica Dinamica Militare Italiana (preparazione atletica a corpo libero). E devo dire che sono super leggere, comodissime! Sembra di essere a piedi nudi! Ne ho comprato un altro paio sia per me che per il mio figlio (che se ne è praticamente innamorato) da usare nel tempo libero.
As an older big guy (220lbs, 100kg) I'm hard on shoes. I like them tight so I immediately switched to laces and set out on streets and a crushed granite path. After the first mile (1.6 km) in my 'Cloud' shoes my knees and feet felt fantastic. After 5 mi (8.4 km), I was still walking on air.
That's syaing something sens my knees are my "shoe gauge". When the knees hurt its time for new shoes.
These shoes are light on your feet and deliver on the promise. It feels like you're running on the clouds.
I've never had a better first run on a new pair of shoes!
Love my black/black clouds.
Please make them again!