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10.2 Ounces (Size 9.5)

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On Cloudvista Waterproof Women's Eclipse/Black

Light and cushioned, the On Cloudvista Waterproof fuels your outdoor adventures. This energetic trail runner offers all the ingredients to blaze the beaten path--from Helion™ and CloudTec® cushioning to the Missiongrip™ outsole. Its unique design sets the Cloudvista apart from its trail running counterparts, adding Swiss-style as you explore the outdoors. From forest paths to lakeside loops, discover the unknown in the On Cloudvista Waterproof!

Who's it for?

  • Trail runners looking for a shoe that provides soft cushion and reliable traction for moderate terrain.
  • Runners who loved the high-performance outsole of the Cloudultra but want a less aggressive upper.

Shoe Technology

Upper: Waterproof membrane made from 20% recycled materials to keep you protected from the elements. Lightweight upper construction combines with protective ripstop vamp mesh for durability without the bulk. Reflective details on the eyestays add visibility in low-light conditions.

Midsole: Helion™ superfoam works with CloudTec® to provide a balanced and comfortable ride on moderate terrain. Comfort-focused Speedboard with low abrasive textile on the underside for smooth transitions.

Outsole: Missiongrip™ squared lugs on the heel and forefoot work with multi-angled lugs in the shank and toe area for maximum traction on varied terrain.

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Saves the snowy/icy run day

I spend 95 percent of my miles on bike paths and sidewalks and and love my NB Rebel for most running, but got the standard Cloudvista because I live in Minnesota in the city and needed a winter shoe. These are not so heavy and aggressively lugged like more hardcore trail shoes, so they transition from almost bare pavement to varying degrees of thick ice, snow, slush I encounter on a single run without getting in the way too much. They definitely slow me down a bit and my legs/feet feel beaten up if I go past 10k in them, but winter means slower and shorter run for me anyway. Laces are so bad - why dress shoe laces, ON?

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