ON’s Cloud is the best shoe on the market for walking on concrete. Clouds have cushion on the platform of the shoe that focuses on impact protection. When walking on hard surfaces like concrete sidewalks, this protection becomes especially important. The Clouds also have extra room in the toe box.
Beside above, are on cloud shoes narrow?
The On Cloud is true to size
The shoes are true to size, although having a slightly narrow fit. The narrow fit may disallow toe splay. Runners with wider feet may prefer going half a size up. The Cloud came with elastic laces and conventional laces.
Keeping this in view, do you wear socks with On Cloud shoes?
This is one of the reasons that in its early days, the On Cloud was marketed as a triathlon shoe. Being able to quickly get these Swiss running shoes on, and to wear them without socks makes it a winner for triathletes of all distances, including Ironman too.
Why are On Cloud shoes so popular?
The Cloud is the most street styled shoe, a blend of style and performance. Its speed lace system makes it easy to slip on and off, and it is ideal for an everyday shoe, running anything from errands to a 5k. It combines the best of both worlds in that it is very lightweight but also well cushioned.
Cloud shoes are made from natural leather, they will stretch as the leather adapts to your feet. With wear, leather footwear will stretch out to mold better to your feet.
Arch support: Being that the On Cloud is designed to promote a barefoot feel, one would expect little to no arch support. I’m pleasantly surprised, however, as my arches feel moderately supported. … The On Cloud features lightweight mesh upper at the forefoot which allows air to circulate into and out of the shoe.
While the company does still make some of its shoes abroad, two factories in Massachusetts and three in Maine are the place where the company’s commercial running shoes are made (and one in Boston produces shoes for the service industry as well).