The 6 best ways to lace your running shoes.
Your feet are unique - bring them ultimate comfort with the lacing technique that fits their form. Enjoy your run!
For a comfy instep: make a loop. This gives a comfortable and snug fit to prevent the foot from moving around in the shoe whatever terrain you are running on.
Free your toes: take the diagonal route. Lift the toe box and follow the natural motion of your foot – just like the diagonal stitching on your Ons.
For those who arch higher: try cross-over lacing. Simply loosen up the middle part to make more space for your peaks.
For a high midfoot: skip, skip, skip. Similar to the cross-over lacing, but even simpler. Just skip the lacing where you want to allow more room.
For the fast and the lazy: get the easy-entry lacing of the On Cloud. A single elastic lace makes it possible to jump into the Cloud in less than 3 seconds.
For those who easily slip out: tie again. Equipped with an extra eyelet and an additional performance lace, the Cloud helps you to stay inside the shoe. We call it the seat belt of the shoe.
Each On comes with a technical performance lace that allows for your individual lace technique. Our Cloud model, the lightest fully cushioned performance shoe worldwide, features an easy-entry system that does not require lacing at all.
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Try the Cloudster for a run with fun and ultimate comfort. Or are you looking for a companion for endurance runs? Then go for the Cloudcruiser. Or elevate your marathon performance with the Cloudsurfer, providing the soft landing of a training shoe combined with the explosive take-off of a competition shoe.
Ready to race every track? Fly to the finish line with the Cloudracer. Or would you like to go for an effortless run? Experience “Zero-Gravity running” with the Cloud the world’s lightest fully cushioned running shoe. Do you need a running shoe ready for every outdoor adventure? The Cloudrunner Winter Edition is windproof and waterproof and braves the elements.