On Running Cloudswift Road Shoe Demo Day at Stafford Runner.

Updated: Apr 14

On Saturday 17th April 2021 (11.30am - 4.30pm) Stafford Runner is giving you a great opportunity to test out the new Cloudswift Road Running Shoe, absolutely free!


Run the city in the light, swift shoe with full road protection. Features Helion™ superfoam for high performance in urban environments.


THE UPPER MADE URBAN

On-the-road temperatures soar in summer, but the Cloudswift keeps its cool. The engineered-mesh sock lets your feet breathe, mile after comfortable mile.

TARMAC. NOW EASY.

The city is a tough place to run. So we made the Cloudswift tougher. Impact protection meets durable rubber reinforcement for soft landings and high traction, even on wet roads.

HELION™ YOUR RUN

The Cloudswift is engineered with Helion™ superfoam for cushioning with zero compromises. It's light on weight but big on energy return and durability. In short, everything you need to run the city.





The Cloudswift is made for urban runs. It's light and agile but absorbs heavy impacts to protect you from the tough surfaces. The upper is designed for total comfort and security, Swiss engineered to fit like your favourite socks. Running on hard surfaces never felt easier.

Casper Coppetti, Co-Founder, On



Also available on the day is the opportunity to demo the brand new Cloudultra's from On; the ultra cushioned, ultra comfortable, ultra versatile trail running shoe. No distance is off-limits.




TAME EVERY TRAIL

For more grip and more fun, a closed-channel construction outsole stops stones catching, while Missiongrip™ provides the traction you need to master mixed terrain. A double layer of Helion™ superfoam works with two layers of CloudTec® to deliver unbeatable cushioning and long-term comfort.



How To Get Involved

All you need to do is pop in-store at #StaffordRunner between 11.30am - 4.30pm, take a form of current ID with you & we'll get you on your way. If you have any queries, please call us on 01785 250783.


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