An innovative lacing conforms to the foot via a inner sheath before connecting with the upper over the bridge of the foot, providing even distribution without pressure points. A customized soft collar of memory foam ensures comfortable hold around the heel and ankles.
The Cloudcruiser offers the ideal level of stability for long-distance runners or high-impact runners who want to build endurance on and off the road. For runners who just want a bit more “shoe” on their foot but without the extra weight. It strikes the right balance between protection and lightweight.
The Cloudcruiser offers outstanding impact protection and takes full advantage of the patented CloudTec® system with 15 high-profile “Cloud” elements and a flexible midsole giving you both a cushioned landing and a powerful takeoff. All this, so you can run as hard as you like.
“We wanted to create a running shoe that combines great comfort and protection in a light package”, explains Co-Founder and 6-time Ironman Champion Olivier Bernhard. “We have developed high-impact outsole elements, a flexible Speedboard in the midsole and a progressive lacing system to bring the very best of On’s technology to the Cloudcruiser.”
Even as a stability running shoe, it helps the foot find its own natural running style. The responsive midsole, with its flexible Speedboard, has been uniquely tuned to provide a natural rolling motion. It even forgives the occasional misstep – both on and offroad.
Had the Cloudcruiser for 2 weeks now. I weigh 68 kilos, am a mid/forefoot runner and needed a shoe for 15km+. Up to now I used the cloudsurfer. The cruiser is definitely a shoe for heavier runners as for me it feels less soft than the cloudsurfer. The lacing system is well engineered but the laces are to thin so that I had a hard time to fix them properly.
....Laufschuhe welche am Markt zu haben sind. Mein drittes paar on's...
Die Schnürbänder sind zu dünn. Sie gehen oft auf und im nassen quietschen die clouds...das ist etwas nervig!
Ansonsten, ja, laufen wie auf Wolken
I bought the Cloudrunner October of 2014 for my San Antonio Marathon. It proved to be the best shoe I have ever run a marathon in. What a great feeling it is while I'm running being able to feel the support and it really does feel like I'm running on a cloud, it's strange, but true! I'm still using them for my training but will be due for a new pair in a month or two.