What country is On Cloud shoes from?
From small beginnings in Zürich, Switzerland, On set out in 2010 with a big ambition: to change the world of running. In the ten years since, On has been embraced into the hearts, and onto the feet, of more than seven million runners in over 50 countries.
Are Cloudflow shoes worth it?
Usage-wise, I found the Cloudflow good for both easy mileage and short-to-middle distance workouts. I took it out for long runs and enjoyed it (I have a preference for light, nimble footwear for long runs), but for those who prefer more cushioning underfoot may want to visit the Cloudstratus.
Are On Cloud shoes good for everyday?
Stylishly concealing state-of-the-art running tech, the Cloud is the perfect performance shoe for all-day, everyday wear. It’s the best-selling On for a reason.
Are on cloud shoes made in China?
On is clear that its shoes are not “made in Switzerland”, although Coppetti doesn’t dismiss the possibility of Swiss-based manufacturing in the future. Like nearly all footwear producers, the company relies on contract manufacturers. They are located largely in Vietnam, where On works with three such contractors.
What are On Cloudflow best for?
In summary, the On Cloudflow is one of the best lightweight running shoes for running races of distances between 5km and the half-marathon – Find out how they rank on our On Running Shoes Buyer’s Guide. Marathon runners who enjoy minimal running shoes will have a lot of fun in these responsive shoes too.
Do On Cloudflow shoes run big or small?
They do run about 1/2 size smaller so be sure to size up.
Should you size up in On Cloud shoes?
Usually, your best bet is to go with your regular size. If you jump between half-sizes often though, it’s better to go with the half-size up. Wider feet struggle to find the perfect fit since the Cloud features a narrow toebox and a roomier heel.
Are On Cloud shoes good for plantar fasciitis?
Best for Road Running: On Cloud 2.0 While these shoes don’t boast phenomenal arch support, they can easily accommodate custom orthotics, and they do offer the critical cushioning and shock absorption many plantar fasciitis sufferers need.