Supreme cushioning and comfort in an ultralight and ultra-agile shoe. The Cloudflyer supports any runner and any running goal. Shockingly soft landings and explosive take-offs mean you’ll go further, faster in one of the world’s lightest, fully-cushioned support shoes. Now fortified with Helion™ superfoam, a wider base, and an upgraded engineered mesh. Built for distance and volume, recovery and improvement, practice and performance – all in absolute comfort. This workhorse is Swiss-engineered for the graft behind the scenes but is always ready to step into the spotlight.
Features & Benefits:
- Helion superfoam enhances the elements of the original Cloudflyer that made it so popular with fans: cushioning, protection, support, and lightness
- 12 of the biggest Cloud elements of any On shoe will change the way you see landings. Protecting and supporting your feet with an unparalleled cushioning sensation - no matter which part of your foot you land on when running
- The third-gen Cloudflyer is the first On shoe to feature a forked Cloud outsole. The medial side supports a healthy rolling motion and a stronger push off. the wider surface area in the forefoot disperses the weight of impact to keep you moving comfort
- The star-lacing system is designed for a secure and customizable fit and feel. It effectively disperses pressure and provides a supportive, wrapped feeling
- The stability tube in the midfoot of the upper supports and adds comfort. The plush tongue provides comfort and even pressure distribution. Reflective details ensure night visibility
- Category: Support
- Drop: 7 mm
- Weight: 10.1 oz
CUSTOMER RATINGS & REVIEWS
- toe box
- lacing system
I have not worn ON shoes for a while, and I was impressed by the improvement in these shoes! I had twisted my ankle a day before I tried these shoes, and the firm ankle provided immediate relief. A nice wide toe box combined with ON's signature responsive Helion foam provided great addtional comfort. The last time I wore ON shoes I found they wore out quickly and rocks got caught in the bottom of the shoe, but that is not the case now. My only complaint is the laces. They are quite thin and difficult to untie when they get knotted up. Due to the star lacing system replacing the laces is easier said then done, but considering how much they have improved in such a short time, I suspect thicker laces are an improvement on the company's mind.
On knocked it out of the park with this update. The first thing I noticed on the new Cloudflyer was an immediate better fit around the ankle that was my biggest issue with the previous version. I always felt a digging sensation around there that I was worried would rub up against me and give me a blister. I was a huge fan of Helion Superfoam in On's other shoes the CloudStratus and CloudSwift so I was happy about the addition of that in the heel in the Cloudflyer. The star lacing system was a good part of the shoe that I'm glad they kept around, relacing it without that helped loosen up the toe box and give me a more roomy/comfortable fit. I used it for a couple runs and it was good to feel that I could use them for a long run or anything up to marathon pace, anything past that I'd switch to a faster shoe. But If you're looking for a soft, plush shoe from On to handle your daily mileage this a great choice!
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