On’s Cloudrock and Cloudventure elevate the outdoorsThe Social Media Company
The term “awe-inspiring” is often used to describe South Africa’s varied landscapes. No matter where in Mzansi you find yourself, there’s bound to be a great outdoor spot right on your doorstep. It’s no surprise, then, that South Africans love to maintain their fitness outside.
If you’re an avid trail runner or hiker, and are looking to invest in new footwear, On’s outdoor selection will certainly fit the bill.
The On Cloudventure
The Cloudventure is On’s signature trail running shoe. The latest version of the Cloudventure has been upgraded, and features a breathable upper and reinforced toe box to protect your feet on the trails.
In general, the Cloudventure is exceptionally comfortable – something that’s key when you’re running on rough terrain for hours at a time. On’s characteristic sock liner inner adds to this sensation of comfort.
The new Cloudventure’s outsole features multiple grip patterns to prevent slipping on the trails, and its cloud elements help to make a session in nature feel like running on clouds – something anyone that has worn On shoes before will be very familiar with.
Get the On Cloudventure here.
The On Cloudrock
If you prefer challenging hikes to tough trails, the Cloudrock offers everything you’ve come to expect from On, with added grit to conquer every koppie. This hiking boot, which certainly looks the part, retains the things that made you love On in the first place, albeit with a more rugged look.
The Cloudrock Waterproof features On’s CloudTec® and cloud elements on the soles, guaranteeing comfort even in the roughest conditions. The shoe’s Missiongrip™ sole assures stability along every kind of route.
While the On Cloudrock may look a little less streamlined than its road and trail running siblings, it is still one of the best-looking hiking boots out there. Made to be exceptionally lightweight, a pair of On Cloudrock shoes will make your next hike the best and most comfortable yet.
Get the Cloudrock Waterproof here.