With 18 responsive, low-abrasion rubber elements, the patented CloudTec® sole of the Cloudrush is streamlined for winning. What would you expect from the soul of the On that has topped more podiums than any other.
The extremely slim midsole of the Cloudrush is comprised of high-grade EVA, and features a flexible Speedboard that rolls with you. Combined with an innovative heel structure, the Cloudrush supports a dynamic stride, meaning as your run changes, so too does the shoe.
Whether competing during the day or training through the night – be seen with the Cloudrush. White and black and silver elements let the Cloudrush stand out on the street, while reflective details keep runners seen in low-light.
The principle of taping an athlete’s foot at strategic spots has long been a trick of professional runners. For the Cloudrush, this has been translated into the actual skeletal-design of an all-new upper creation.
Well-trained runners who like to go fast.
Crush rivals in complete comfort.
5 mm | 0.20 in
220 g | 7.8 oz (US M 8.5)
I have tried about 30 different types of running shoes , got these recently and did a PB 3.29 Dublin Marathon
OMG! this one my favorite one. Super comfortable, it is so pretty even much better on others. It is lovely wight collar but you don't have to worry because it didn't get dry easily. Honestly when you wanna run it's so easy WOW, But I am more gym guy and this one is perfect for the gym.
First thoughts; "wow" - thoughts after a few hundred Ks; "wow"
Seriously, there Rush are my new favorite running shoe. Before going forward though; I run mid-forefoot, own a few pairs of minimalists, and generally go for lightweight low-drop racers, even for my longer distances. This might not be a shoe for everybody, but any advanced runner looking to up their game, this is a GREAT shoe.
I loved the very dynamic character of the running shoe. It feels like I'm literally wearing an extension of my feet. The comfort of the insole and the construction is definitely A1, and I feel that the light and flexible material used for this shoe is one step ahead from the Cloudracer (which I did enjoy).
The shoe's responsiveness is one of the thing that struck me. Thanks to its flexibility, it definitely gives the runner a sense of control, and of moving from the foot (and not the shoe) in the strides, whether on the track, sidewalk or light trails even. The On Speedboard is definitely a great piece, although this shoe's midsole might not suit everyone for the long distances. Still, it's one of the few racers that I don't find too clunky to be a racer.
I wear them daily, to got to work, to walk around, to commute, to run. I take them off before I go to bed, that's it.