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.
All types of runner, including high-impact and endurance runners
Build endurance, on and off the road.
7 mm | 0.28 in
305 g | 10.8 oz (US M 8.5) 255 g | 9.0 oz (US W 7)
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.
Bonnes chaussures, un peu moins souple au départ que les Cloudsurfer mais rapidement indispensable pour des longues distances, pas de douleur après la course, confortables, à recommander fortement
My wife and I recently visited Washington D.C. We planned on walking everywhere. After 3 miles in my old tennis shoes, I had a blister on one heel and a sore ball on the other. We arrived at Comfort One Shoes on 7th st. and after announcing my desperation to sales person, Jenisa, she promptly put me into a pair of clouds. I have never paid so much for a pair of shoes, yet I would gladly do it again. We had planned to take a cab 2.5 miles back to the hotel, but these shoes gave me the confidence and comfort to make that trek, plus another 7 miles the next day. I am a complete convert.
Why does everyone think Size 15 shoe runners don't need technical shoes? We look for them more than smaller runners! I'm intrigued, but can't squeeze into a 14, which means my money goes elsewhere.