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      Product Specifications

      Color

      White/Black

      Offset

      4mm

      Weight

      9.17 Ounces

      Item #

      043880

      Style #

      34.99849

      On Cloudventure Peak Men's White/Black

      Racing through aggressive trails just got a whole lot faster with the On Cloudventure Peak trail racing shoes. This shoe is designed with cushion, support, and superior, multi-directional traction to make you unstoppable. An incredibly lightweight, flexible, rip-stop upper allows you to get speed confidently through tough terrain. Get ready to take on the competition and the trails with the ultimate tool right at your feet.

      Upper: Upper made with lightweight and flexible, ripstop material with invisible tape reinforcements. Special lacing is designed to avoid pressure points on top of feet. Reinforced toe cap for added protection on rough terrain. Reflective strips offer enhanced visibility in low-light conditions.

      Midsole: Speedboard is directly attached to the outsole and combines an ergonomic design with optimum lightness for improved stability and powerful transitions through rugged areas.

      Outsole: The CloudTec® platform including 11 individual pods ensures stability and a firm stance. Clouds built from lightweight Zero-Gravity foam provides supreme cushioning. A 4 Level Grip-Profile outsole system provides superior traction from multiple levels and angles.

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      Perfect shoes!

      Very comfortable and lightweight, perfect for trail run!

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