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
295 g I 10.1 oz (US M 8.5)
“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.
Für den ersten Trail-/Berglauf gekauft und vom Komfort und Laufgefühl rundum begeistert. Einzig: Nach 300km in zwei Monaten zeigt er schon ziemliche Verschleissspuren - aber auch hier top: Rasche und unkokmplizierte Hilfe beim Kundendienst gefunden!
I've worn these for about 20 miles on three different trails this week. On dirt/forest, they're magical. Light, comfortable, great grip, flexible... a joy to run in. On rugged terrain (a steep and rocky trail), they were fine on the way up, but I felt like I didn't have the support I wanted on the descend. They felt sloppy on my feet, and didn't handle the rocks as well as I would have liked. Regardless, these are super comfortable and light, and they're going to be perfect (compared to my heavy Brooks Cascadias) for the less rugged trail runs and hikes. (Note, I had to go a 1/2 size up from my normal shoe size.)