This version of the Cloud features new vegan leather upper materials, as well as a new terrycloth material for the tongue, which means they are still super soft and comfy, but ever so slightly cozier.
With the new Cloud by On, updates to the sockliner using dual-density material takes its famous slip-on comfort feel even further. Step in to feel it for yourself. One of the other iconic elements of the Cloud is the easy-entry elasticised lace system. Slip into the Cloud effortlessly without needing to tie the laces, yet stay securely in place on the run. The Swiss, am I right? (they do provide you extra laces in case you're not lazy).
The new CloudTec® sole gives you an even smoother ride than its predecessor. New structural innovations such as re-shaped cloud elements, improved grip pads, and an updated central channel (a little wider) make the Cloud fit for all activities. The new V-moulded heel cup uses the latest advancements in material design and shaping that allows your foot freedom of movement, but a snug fit that adapts to whatever you are doing.
The Cloud is a fantastic everyday slip-on shoe, great for urban exploring and one of the best travel shoes available anywhere.
Available at Glebe Trotters in Ottawa, Ontario (for both men and women).
Best for short, casual road runs in cooler weather.
Weight (pair) = 362 grams
Heel-Toe drop = 6 mm
We have researched numerous shoe size guides online and in turn have developed what we think is one of the most accurate guides you will find anywhere. Please keep in mind this is before considering how each individual shoe fits, so use this as a starting point.
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