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ON Running Cloudace Running Shoe - Women's


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Cloudace Running Shoe

Put through the wringer in the world's longest relay run, the On Footwear Cloudace Running Shoe held up to the challenge to meet the needs of the most demanding runners. This ultimate stability shoe offers the best in comfort, protection, and speed.

For the smoothest ride, the Zero-Gravity Clouds at the heel with a rubber landing at the forefoot give the runner a powerful push-off and landing while being cushioned with CloudTec technology. This, coupled with a liquid-injected Speedboard at the sole, provide the run with stability and speed. To keep the foot cool and breathing on longer runs, the sandwich mesh provides support where needed while still offering maximum breathability. To aid with support, an injected TPU heel counter works with the precision-molded 3D heel to enable a secure, stable fit and ride.

  • Cushioned road shoe for runners seeking comfort, protection, speed
  • Ultimate ventilation in mesh upper doesn't lack support
  • Ultra-light dual-density adaptive foam sockliner provides comfort
  • Injected TPU heel counter produces a stable ride
  • Precision-molded 3D heel enables a secure foot in shoe
  • CloudTec cushioning provides a smooth ride from heel to toe
  • Liquid injected Speedboard stabilizes foot and propels push-off
  • Item #ONF000C

Upper Material
liquid-injected Speedboard
Support Type
Heel / Forefoot Height
30 / 23mm
Claimed Weight
[size 7] 9.4oz
Recommended Use
road running
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 1

No support

I've used it several times

I own other models from this brand but this has to be the worst! It’s described as having a lot of cushioning, but it only actually applies to around the sides of the foot. The soles are much thinner than other models from this brand, and the bottom rubber square things are very thin at the front of the foot. It provides no support at all and tired my legs and feet easily. I’d use these for walking but definitely not running on pavement.

>Rating: 2

Agree with other reviewer except...

I've used it several times

All is true about lightweight and comfortable. Also super good looking shoe. The other reviewer had worn hers two months though...let’s hear back in another ten. The soles started ripping off between month 7-8 but I kept running in them anyway until they just totally fell apart and believe me, I’m no ultra runner. Even the fabric began ripping on both shoes, both sides, same spot. $200 shoe? No way.

>Rating: 2

Wow.... at first

I've put it through the wringer

Here is my edited review after having them for well over a year: I had to change my rating down to 2 stars from 5! I am so disappointed about how these shoes hold up. For a $200 pair of shoes I expect them to last longer. I got one good running season out of them. A running season for me is spring-summer-fall with about 45 miles per week. If you're fine replacing your shoes every season, I absolutely would recommend these because yes, they're amazing, lightweight, etc. But for the price, and how well they hold up, I just can't buy them again. The area of the shoes by the toe bed is completely falling apart. You can see my pinky toes through the shoe. The foot bed is also starting to separate from the sole. After last fall, I stopped running in them and use them for daily work shoes. Once they start falling apart, they go quickly. You'll have a tiny hole, then before you know it there's your whole sock showing through. What a mess. Rocks are also an issue! I run mostly on paved pathways and rocks get stuck in the soles sometimes and you can hear the rock scraping along until you wedge it out. Nothing less fun than stopping, getting a stick to shove into the sole to dislodge a rock in the middle of your run! I loved them for a season, but for the value I don't think this shoe is worth it. You could maybe get away with saving them for races only to make them last longer but then that puts you at a disadvantage of not being familiar with your race shoe. If you want to spend the money, I say go for it, but these shoes really should have lasted longer. Original review after only 2 months of having them: I tried on a ton of shoes when looking for new running shoes and just did not want to take these off. Wow they're comfortable!!! The biggest difference is the soles... Those pods on the bottom of the shoes provide so much bounce. I felt like I was floating. I've had these for two months and they're still bouncy. Took them on the treadmill for a run the other day and I seriously felt like they made me run faster. They're so light. The fit is pretty spot on, I'm occasionally a 7.5, mostly an 8 and I got an 8 in these. The 7.5 was way too small but the 8 has maybe a touch too much room. I'm definitely using these for my next half marathon. I debated which cloud version of On Footwear to get and these are so much more cushiony and light than the other types they sell. The other thing that makes these stand out is the tongue of the shoe, which sounds odd. But the tongue on these is cushioned, but the tongue on the cloudflyer and their other varieties just like a flap of stiff fabric. I was worried that would dig into my ankle so I took a plunge and went with these and I'm so so happy I did.