Why make things harder?
Sometimes the thought of your four-mile loop around the neighborhood makes you dread getting out of bed—it's okay, we've all been there. Your On Footwear Women's Cloudflyer Running Shoes make the journey out of your cozy tangle of pillows a little easier. These lightweight kicks make a great shoe for newer runners or vets who prefer a more minimalist option.
The mesh upper breathes well to keep your feel cool on hot sunny days, and the stability support suits runners who tend to overpronate. The star lacing system lets you customize and adjust the fit, and rubber outsoles help keep you upright while you're jogging along wet sidewalks.
- Lightweight running shoes for a smooth ride
- Mesh upper breathes well to keep you comfortable
- CloudTec cushioning helps absorb impact
- Stability support suits runners who overpronate
- Star lacing system lets you dial in a precise fit
- Memory foam enhances comfort and stability
- Rubber outsoles hold traction on slick sidewalks
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- Q & A
Preferred to the Original Cloud
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Great bounce for HIIT sessions and nice cushioning for running. The fit is very true to size. The lacing system allows me to have a tight fit without compromising comfort across the top of my foot. The materials wear great and are plenty breathable for training. They're not typically my go-to for training, particularly on a heavy day, but I do tend to grab them for everyday errands and jogging.
Walkin' On Clouds
The fit of the shoe is pretty spot on. I typically wear a size 9.5 in all shoes across the board. The Cloudflyers provide great lateral support for sideways moves and have a nice cushion and spring for box jumps, burpees, etc. They're light and breathable in all the right places, which means instead of suffocating your feet and cramming them into the dark abyss, it feels like you're basically wearing nothing. Now I don't want to get too scientific, but... clouds actually weigh a lot so I won't say you're wearing clouds. So it's more like you're walking on air while being provided ample amounts of freedom, support, and comfort. At the end of the day the platform is nice and solid for lifting weights and cross training, and at a 7mm drop it's as close to zero as I personally want to be when working out.