Friday, March 16, 2012

Running On Clouds?

I was sent some shoes a few weeks ago from On Running. Huh? Never heard of them.

They were created by a Swiss engineer to help the runner to land softly and to push off as if running in track shoes. The shoe incorporates a unique rubber ring to help the runner do just that. I mean the Swatch Watch was such a hit and Switzerland is gorgeous (saw that on the Bachelor), so these shoes have to be winners, right?

The creators of the shoe say that more than 2/3 of runners eventually suffer some kind of minor or major injury (Hello! Glad to know I am slumming it with the majority!). Although existing running shoes are designed to absorb the vertical impact, the foot is exposed to both horizontal and vertical impact when running (who knew?). Supposedly, it is the horizontal impact that causes the most damage to muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints, and that's what the On design addresses.

This model I got is the Cloud Surfer:

A recent prototype of the On Running Shoe - the final design will be unveiled in February,...

Freaky looking, huh? I think George Jetson had a pair of these.

Here are the specs:

  • Heel-toe drop: 6 mm
  • Weight: They weigh in at a hefty 390 grams or 13 ounces!!
  • Designed for neutral runners and light to moderate over-pronators

I have to be honest. I was skeptical about these shoes. The sole freaked me out. They seemed like they were trying too hard to scream, “Look at me! I am different! I am cool looking! Buy me!” I am injury prone, so I am very careful about my shoe choices. However,  I was drawn to the positive reviews, the low heel to toe drop, and the promise that running in them would be like running on the clouds where you could see rainbows and Ryan Gosling’s abs.

Yesterday I laced up and went out to run in these babies. It was my fourth run in these shoes. I’ve taken them on trails, on the treadmill, on pavement and on concrete for a total of about 25 miles.

On a side note, the picture below is proof that it is a VERY good thing that running skirts have boy shorts underneath. Otherwise this picture might be unsightly.

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No, I am not naked in this picture below:

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Don’t mind my sock line:

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So what, you ask, is the verdict on the shoes? I like them because I like how they look and that is enough for me. Just kidding. But, that is something I would have said four years ago. See how much I have matured?

Review:

These took some getting used to. They are springy, and when you run, you can feel the fact that the sole is not solid – they almost feel squishy.  I wasn’t sure what to make of this in the beginning. But, by the second run, I was getting into my groove with these shoes. I started to like that they added some energy to my stride. I notice that with these shoes, probably more than any others I wear, I land softly, almost silently. Run with me and you’ll see (or hear!).

The inside of the shoe provides ample cushioning that is actually quite comfortable on the foot. The thing I noticed most about the shoes is that because the sole is so flexible, it gives way to however you land, if that make sense. I wouldn’t go so far as to say that wearing them is like running on clouds, but the landing is soft, almost bouncy.

After my run yesterday I told Ken that these shoes have now become some of my favorites in terms of comfort and the fact that the landing is so soft. My body feels really good after I run in these.

Sizing: I used the size chart on the website to find my size. Sizing is metric, so I needed to really put on my big girl pants to figure that one out. I did size up just a bit because this is what I do with all of my running shoes. I wear a US 9 running shoe and ordered a EUR 40. They fit perfectly.

Cost: $129.

Pros: Comfy, cushiony, give the illusion that you are peppy, very soft/silent landing. Also a nice transition to a lower heel to toe drop shoe if that is what you are looking for.

Cons: Price (yikes), durability (a sole like this does not seem like it will hold up for long given the fact that it is not solid), weight. Some “heavier” runners have said these shoes do not provide enough cushioning for them.

If interested, these shoes, mostly sold in Europe and Asia, can be purchased on Amazon, On Running or  Clever Training. Happy bouncing, just in time for Easter.

What shoes do you run in? Why did you choose these shoes? I’m currently in the Brooks Adrenaline (road) and the Brooks Cascadia (trail). I do some runs in shoes with lower heels like the Cloud Surfer and the Saucony Pro Grid. I would like to try the Brooks Pure line. Any feedback on those?

Do you rotate shoes? Yes, I naturally do because I run so much on trails.

SUAR

74 comments:

  1. I feel like my Mizuno's make me feel like I'm running on clouds. So light and airy! Even when I feel heavy and fat haha

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  2. Those shoes look really interesting! I just ordered a pair of Brooks Connects and have run in them once. So far, I really like them, but I'm used to running in a minimalist shoe. It felt great right from the start, but I need to put a little bit more miles on them! I'd really like to try the pure grits, but I love my NB minimus trail shoes!

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    1. Uh...what she said...almost verbatim. Seriously, I was just about to say the exact same thing when I read Aimee's comment. I guess I'll go ahead and comment anyway. I just got a pair of Brooks PureFlow. They are nice, but honestly I don't think they are the greatest shoe in the world or anything like that. I have the NB Minimus Trail (MT10) and absolutely LOVE them. I actually wish I would have gone with the NB M730GO1 instead of the PureFlow. I may still go out and get the NB anyway :-)

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  3. I'm in Nike Pegasus with Lyncos inserts - my feet feel AMAZING since going to this combo from Brooks - I had a foot issue, though, that cropped up when I ramped up my mileage in Brooks. Probably not the shoes fault; but I think shoes are different for every person. These that you tried out sound interesting!

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  4. I have tried Pegasus, SuperNova, Newtons, Kirvana? and Glycerines and keep coming back to Ghosts. I tried the Newton and Kirvana (Saucony shoe, can't remember) for the low heel drop but kept injuring my injury-prone calf so I finally gave that up. I'm sticking with teh Ghosts. Been in them for a couple years and they work well for me. I'm barefoot all day unless I'm cycling or running so they are actually the only shoes I own.

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    1. Saucony is the Kinvara. They're okay so far....pretty colors though

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  5. Did you run with orthotics in these shoes? I'm wondering how my stiff custom orthotics would mesh with the squishy soles. Normally I run in ASICS gel nimbus. I don't know if my plantar fasciitis would like the squish. Inquiring minds want to know.

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    1. I don't have orthotics but I ran with my heel lift in my right shoe. Felt fine.

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  6. I run in saucony triumph 9

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  7. Hmm, interesting. I was wondering about these so I'm glad to see your review! These shoes are too heavy for my taste though. I'm going to check out the new Brooks Connect and see how that goes. I prefer a low drop with some cushioning. Using Merrel Gloves but would like an alternate shoe with a bit more cushioning under my feet.

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  8. If I'm not barefooting I run in Brooks Pure Grit or Merrell Trail Gloves. I only run on trails and really like the feel of the minimalist shoes. The Pure Grits felt a little spongy at first but after getting used to them they are my favorite shoe when I need to wear one.

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  9. I alternate between Brooks Glycerin and Brooks Pure Flow and I honestly love them both. I've been running in the Glycerin for years and I started running in the Pure Flow last year. I regularly do my longest runs and hills in the Glycerin and run in the Flows for shorter weekdays and speedwork, but sometimes I'll just grab whichever ones are closest to the door. It has been really easy to adapt to the Flows. I never had to "ease into" mileage with them like I was told you had to do when switching to a minimal shoe. I just put them on and started running, no problem. I have high hamstring tendinitis, and since I started alternating between these two shoes, I barely notice any problems anymore!

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  10. I like Asics. I know... Top 40! But I went to a specialized running store where they had me run on a treadmill and took pix of my stride. They suggested a $140 pair of Brooks Adrenaline. I trained in them, ran my next Half and got blisters and lost a toenail. So I'm back in my Asics. Took a year to get back to normal.

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  11. OH I love these shoes...I currently am shopping for new kicks, and normally prefer the Asics gel nimbus...plan on checking this out.

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  12. Very interesting. I'm on my 3rd pair of Asic. I have the Cumulus now...or is it the Nimbus? Either way, I've had a lot of trouble w/ my stride and shin splints in them so have switched back to my old arse Under Armour outlet store "Neutral" running shoes. They were $55 bucks and have minimal cushioning and make me feel like I'm running barefoot. After my 1/2, I had terrible knee pain that would bring me to almost to my knees, or knee, and finally took my shoes off and ran BF on the tready. Tried my old Asics gel Landrith's that were worn in and the pain was still there. Finally put on my cheapo UA's and voila--no pain. So am wanting to switch to the more minimalist shoes...not necessarily the Vibram, but even the Brooks line of minimalist shoes...is that the ones you were referring to? the Pure line?

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  13. I typically buy based on price and weight of the shoe. The less of a heel, the better. I love my Brooks Pure Flows and would like their trail shoe. Never have alternated shoes... keep meaning to, but never do.

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  14. I love my Vibam Five Finger shoes. I am on my second pair! The only shoes that I haven't battled shin splints with. I am not sure if I can go back to regular shoes, but those shoes sure look pretty cool!

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  15. yea! you got in touch with Olivier. He's a friend of ours. I was skeptical about the shoe but ended up loving them!

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  16. I used to have Mizunos wave inspire. I tried BROOKS Ravenna 2 and I love them. I hesitaded between those and Adrenaline. Ravenna are great. I wanted to have something else to rotate and I bought Pure Flow. Well.....that is not working out great. You can go see my post from today...I took a nasty fall. Since the first run I have felt strange in them and also much slower. I have trip a few times, that never happened to me before with any other shoes. Today I did more then tripping. So no bueno. I think maybe try the Ghosts or just have another pair of Ravenna to rotate.

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  17. I like the mizuno wave creation. I have been told that they are probably too bulky for me, but I love them and they have worked for a while. I was really curious about the prophecy, and now my interest is even more peaked because of this review. I have heard those are even more bulky, though, and I might hate them. They are too expensive to just buy to "try", since they push $200! Yikes!

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  18. Certainly does LOOK cool!

    I'm currently rotating Mizuno Wave Rider 15s and Newton Gravitys. I really want a pair of trail running shoes, too.

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  19. I have been running in the Brooks PureCadence for a while and they are absolutely the most comfortable shoes I have ever owned! They felt great from the first moment I put them on and I've never looked back.

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  20. I've been wearing brooks adrenelines for a year & bought a pair of pure cadences yesterday. I really like them. I would like to try these cloud shoes too. But just cuz they look cool :-)

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  21. I've been running in Nike Pegasus for the past 4 years and today I bought Brooks Glycerin 9 to try on. Will test them on my 8-mile run tomorrow and let you know! By the way, if those running skirts don't have shorts underneath you will create a Britney Spears-like sensation!

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    1. Hahahah!! So true. And I can guarantee you that NO ONE wants to see that!

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  22. Those are pretty cool! Right now I am in Brooks Launch and I like them a bunch! Similar to my beloved Glycerin 9s but I am not killing the heel on them like I did on the 9s. Those look really cool!

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  23. I've been an Asics girl since Jr. High. I'm considering trying Mizunos tho. I've heard a lot of good things about Brooks and Mizunos.

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  24. I ran almost all year last year in the Saucony Kinvaras and loved them, then had foot issues after my Nov. half marathon, and immediately jumped the gun, blamed the shoes, and switched to the Brooks Adrenalines. I just couldn't really fall in love with them, so in Jan. this year bought a pair of the Brooks Pure Cadence, and honestly just loved how they looked and they were comfy in the store. They have been fine, comfortable, just.... safe. But not anything to rave about. I do wear them around daily now instead of them being my "running shoes" and have since put my tail between my legs and gone back to the Kinvaras, which are fantastic. Hoping they will be supportive enough for my first full in October, so we'll see - if not, going to have to explore my options some more.

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  25. I've been running in the PureFlows and Laima has tried the PureCadence, the nice thing about the PureProject line is that they have a shoe for all styles. As with all shoes, you have to try them to see if they'll work for you! :)

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  26. I have tried several shoes and always end up back in Asics. I currently run in Asics Landreth (and I rarely hear of anyone running in them. I love them, they are more low profile (but not minimalist). I don't trail run so obviously would need a different shoe for that if I did. The Asics Landreth are a really nice neutral runner shoe for those who want less bulk but don't want to do the minimal shoe thing.

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  27. I'm trying to transition from my Asics Cumulus 13s to the Brooks Pure Flow. LOVE THEM! I'm a neutral/slight over-pronator with a natural fore foot strike. Sometimes I feel the Asics throw my stride off balance. But the Brooks...well, we call them my "fast" shoes.

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  28. I thought you said your family was sick of taking photos of you? Clearly not.

    I never remember what kind of shoes I have. I tried New Balance for a few shoes, and then the last ones were horrible. I have something else now, but can't remember what. I never rotate them. In fact, all my running buddies tell me I wear them far too long. I think they are just getting really comfortable and everybody looks at me in horror when I saw how long I've had them. The difference is that while so many of you are racking up many dozens of miles a week, if I rack up 25 K (15 miles) that's a big week for me. So my shoes last longer.

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    1. They are still sick of it. This was another self timer.

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  29. Those shoes look really cool! I run in Broks all the time. I have 2 pairs of Brooks Glycerin that I rotate. I want to get a pair of Pure Connects to wear for treadmill runs and races, but I haven't gotten around to it yet.

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  30. Currently my favorites are the Merrell Road Gloves... I use them on the road, and trail. I have the Trail Gloves too, but I like the fit of the Road Gloves better... my first priority is a 0mm drop as I've learned that has helped my form the most and reduces impact greatly. Working in more barefoot running this year as this seems to be the quickest way to "force" a good, low impact form.

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  31. Glad to read your review. I have been using Nike Free Run 2s for awhile and am transitioning to Brooks Pure Connect. So far so good, I like the fit and feel. Haven't done more than 8 miles for my longest run in them yet, though, and it's the 10+ mile runs that will be the real test.

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  32. I've been running w/ Newton Running Momentum for over a year now, and love them!! I live in an area where I mix up trail and road running (sometimes during the same run) and I needed a shoe that can function in both environments w/ equally sure footing. However, because I'm neurotic and always trying to find the "ideal" of everything (jeans, the perfect writing pen, crappy used car, sports bra), I've decided to give Asics Gel-Speedstar a try. I'm a natural midfoot striker, so I don't really need the Newton's "help" in achieving that strike. I also tend to feel more comfortable in lightweight shoes (I'm a NYer living in Alabama, and cannot get used to sweaty feet. Ick.) So far, so good, on the Asics--but haven't run more than 6m at a time in them, so gotta get a long run in.

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  33. Great review. I got my Puma FAAS 500's 2 weeks before going down with my tilted pelvis. Love them, can't wait to get more miles in them. Was an ASICS girl before, and will be getting some Brooks Pure Comfort (?) for summer track work when I'm recovered. Will look at these, too, though!

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  34. Shoes DO Look cool but more importantly where did you get that great running top ???????
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    1. Thanks! It's from Athleta, but got it last year, so not sure they still carry them.

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  35. Shoes DO Look cool but more importantly where did you get that great running top ???????
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  36. Always love your reviews--very honest! And, thanks for flashing us with the skirt ;) Are you trying to get closer to a 0 mm heel drop? I have been running in my Nike Frees and they feel really good right now!

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  37. Currently, I use Saucony Kinvara 2 for short/medium runs and Ascis Nimbus 13 for longer runs. Once the Ascis Nimbus is done, I am rotating in the Saucony Cortana. I like the lightness of the Kinvara, but tempted to try the Brooks Pure though!

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  38. I love the look of that shoe and the way you wrote the review, it sounds like it has the spring I look for in a sneaker.
    Currently, I run in Mizuno's, Saucony, Asics, Nike and Newtons. Those are all minimal model shoes. I like cusion, light weight and low heat with a roll over toe.

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  39. These shoes look, and sound, really interesting. I'm injury prone as well and while I love the Brooks Ravenna I've been wearing the past few years, I'm interested in trying new things (but also really nervous about it). I definitely think I'd have to try these out before buying them. At least in a store. Thanks for the review! Glad you found another pair you love!

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  40. I'm very intrigued by these shoes! Thanks for your thorough review.

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  41. The two pair of running shoes that I've bought are Saucony Pro Grid Rides. Why? Because I went to a running store and had them tell me which shoes I needed and those were the least expensive of the type they recommended. Why fix what ain't broken?

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  42. They are heavier than I would have thought. A shoe with the name "cloud" would make me thing they are light?

    As you know, I've been a big proponent of the Hoka One One shoes for recovery runs - I even won a 10k wearing them! The reason for the Hoka love is that they have 3x the cushioning of a normal trainer but weigh less then 10oz in my 9.5 size and have a minimalist 4mm heel-to-toe drop. All that being said, now that I am back to lower weekly/monthly miles I am rotating the Brooks Pure Flows and the Brooks Launch. Since my volume is much lower I prefer to focus on form and the Brooks shoes allow for this. BUT if I ever start doing 70+mi weeks again then the Hokas will be back in the rotation. Seems the the OnClouds are going for the same market as the Hokas but the weight of the shoes would make me not use them!

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    1. Thanks Jeff, I'd like to give the Hokas a try sometime. I was surprised the OR shoes were so heavy too. I actually did not notice the weight at all (thought they felt lighter than my others) until I did the review and then I was like, holy sh*t!

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  43. I'm running in some New Balances right now - don't know the name, but they're neutral/ cushioning shoes.

    I would switch shoes to see Ryan Gosling's abs, though. He is fine ;)

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  44. Thanks for the post - It's interesting to see what everyone is running in. Right now I'm in Brooks Ghost, but this last pair seemed too wide. My coach re-laced them, a special way and that helped, a lotI Odd, that just adjusting laces helped! Your new sneaks are very cool looking, wear them in good health.

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  45. Hi Beth!
    I run in Brooks. I started running 6 years ago to lose weight and got hooked. But I fell injured and was sidelined for 3 very long years as noone could figure out what was wrong. In that time I had my 3rd child and gained lots of weight again :( Decided to try again and went to a running store, told them my problem and fitted me with Brooks. Since then I haven't tried anything else. I'm really happy with them. I started with Glycerin 7, then 8 and now 9 :D Too happy with my shoes... if I had money I would buy many pairs but since I don't, I just go one at a time ;)

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  46. Holy Price Tag! Sheesh! I'm in the market for new running shoes (going shopping tomorrow), so I checked out their site. I won't be spending THAT much lol! I'm glad you wrote this post. It's lovely to see what other runners are favoring. I've been running in some Adidas that I really liked. I bought a second pair when the old ones wore out and they just aren't the same. My toenails keep bruising, turning black, falling off. It's a vicious, disgusting-to-look-at cycle. I've just been buying off the display at the department store, but I am losing motivation from bruised/blackened/painful toe so I'm headed to the pro-store tomorrow for an evaluation and recommendation. Here's hoping I am soon to have normal looking feet and more motivation!

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  47. Interesting shoes! I run in Brooks Trance (or Adrenaline when I couldn't get the Trance in Canada)for road and some trails and I have Nike's for other trails. I wear the Brooks because they are comfortable and haven't had an injury in them. I guess that's why I don't switch...no need to.

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  48. I usually run in VFF's on road or very tame trails. For days I need a little more under my feet I have a pair of Newton Distance U, and for more complex trails a pair or Montrail Rogue Racers. I'd venture to the VFF's off road more, but nothing like having a cypress knee shoved into your foot in a full shoe, can't imagine that with the VFF's. Plus the risk of snagging my toe on something petrifies me; broken toe-I'm sure that would knock me onto the couch for awhile. So yup, I rotate :)
    I've tried the NB Minimus and they just don't fit my toes, the same goes for the Pure line of Brooks.

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  49. I've been running in the Brooks Adrenaline since before Jesus was born, so I am pretty set on them, BUT, if I found something that was comfortable and worked for me, I would definitely try them.

    I've never tried a Brooks Trail runner. I am currently wearing the Solomon XT wings and I've actually had them for a few years....oops. Mine try the Cascadia out.

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  50. In another lifetime, I would've bought those shoes because they look cool. I still might buy them because they look cool, but wouldn't necessarily use them for running shoes. =) I also am running in the Brooks Adrenaline. I used to be a New Balance loyalist, but changed things up last year. This year, I just went into the store and purchased the shoes without trying them on (that's what motherhood to a toddler has done to me).

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  51. I wear Mizuno Wave Riders for the road & Brooks Cascadia on the trails. Love them both........

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  52. Since I am finding that shoes are so key for me, I turned down the chance to try these. But yes to the Brooks Pure line--I am in the connects and love them. Tried the Flows, but they had more cushion than I like. Glad these worked for you.

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  53. I am the PR guy for On. Glad you liked the shoes. I wanted to let your readers know that On Running shoes are also available at 75 Foot Locker stores, East Bay and many independent running stores include Fitniche and Run Tex. A full list of shops are available at the website www.on-running.com

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    1. Doug, thanks for this info!! Glad people can go into stores and try them on!

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    2. Doug, please see my comment below (sbwreed). I desperately want to try these, but they don't seem to be available in retail stores in Southern California. Not that I've been able to find, despite lots of calling around.

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  54. New Balance or Brooks. Those shoes do look out of this world!! I could handle the feeling of running on clouds:)

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  55. Purchased Brooks Ghost 4 today. They were SO comfortable in the store that I cannot wait to run in them tomorrow! So excited :)

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  56. On was invented by an injured Ironman Champion for extra protection against the beatings of the road. Getting rid of pain is still the most striking feature of the On . How does the On cure and prevent injury? the On uses travel and time to absorb impact forces, in fact the On features 15 millimeters of travel vs. the typical 2-3 mms of regular well-cushioned shoes. Because the kinetic energy of the runner is spread out over a longer distance and time, the resulting impact force (or de-acceleration) is greatly reduced. This reduction also applies for the rotation forces and the shearing forces, both known to be responsible for most running induced injuries. In fact, orthopedics which have been working with On for some time have started using prescribing it e.g.,, for skiers or hockey players recovering from knee injuries. In addition to this, the On activates/stimulates a runner's inherent ability to stabilize his/her movement, as can be seen in the following video. A dealer likes to call the On "the Swiss Ball for your feet.": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=geTkIgi2OSI
    The video analysis shows that the knee and especially the hip movement is much less accentuated when the girl (heavy pronator) wears the On vs. her regular stability shoe. This is the first time ever that she wears an On. The CloudTec's controlled instability activates the postular muscles and enables a runner to stabilize and control the foot without any orthopedic aid. To summarize this: the On effectively protects against pain and injuries and still features a proprioceptive ride. On will also benefit runners who are
    - slightly overweight
    - over-pronators
    - trying to run more often
    - overcoming an injury
    The shoe of choice for these runners is the Cloudrunner. To cater to the 200+ llb runner On will launch an all-new, souped-up Cloudrunner (internally dubbed "The SUV") for January 2013. Also note that the Cloudsurfer is actually under 10 oz.

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  57. One of my rotating trail shoes(Along with the Montrail Mountain Masochist and the NB Minimus Trail and an old pair of Avia trail shoes with screws for ice) is the Brooks Pure Grit. Like basically everyone else who has commented about the Brooks Pure shoes, I have nothing but good things to say about them. Very comfy and light. Which likely doesn't bode well for the durability, but we'll see..

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  58. I've been running in Brooks Glycerine 9s for about 18 months now. Love them, but I'm in a women's 11... I'm trying to figure out if I CAN get a pair of these; I've been looking on Amazon, etc. and it looks like you can't buy Cloudrunners in any women's size over 10. I was one click away from getting them on Amazon, but can't tell what kind (men's or women's ) I'll end up with - you start w/ a woman's shoe, but it looks like the sizing is men's sizing, and when it hit my cart, it was a men's shoe! Has anyone gotten them there, and if so, what was your experience?

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  59. I run in the kinvara2's, 2011 Newton's, my "invisible sandal shoes on short strething runs, and currently training for a marathon using my Karhu fast rides. I'll try almost any running shoes at least once. :)

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