Comment from: Mr. Leigh [Visitor]
Mr. Leigh

These look great. I really like the camo ones also. I may have to give these a try this summer, as a replacement for my Teva Zilch sandals.

03/26/14 @ 11:59
Comment from: Dale [Visitor]

I'm curious if these are any less "slappy" than my sensori huaraches. I know some people claim they can run silently in this type of huarache, but I can't seem to do it. My 10mm padded Lunas are much quieter, so I'm wondering about these padded clouds.

03/26/14 @ 14:35
Comment from: Aaron R. [Visitor]
Aaron R.

I agree: these do look great. My only concern is about trimming them to fit.

With every pair of Invisible/Xero shoes and Lunas I have owned, I have worn them for a couple of days to get the fit right and then trimmed the excess from around the sides and toe area. This gives a much more custom fit and gets rid of extra material which can cause both floppiness and catch on debris while running. With the Clouds, I don't see how any material can be trimmed.

To get a closer fit, it would seems that one would almost need to size down, but that could result in big fit problems with the toe post.

Any thoughts?

03/26/14 @ 15:48
Comment from: Kev [Visitor]

kudos for them for bringing out new products, but when i go with sandals, it's always custom cut with my weird feet. And i know that heelcup thing would NOT work for me. But my feet are two different sizes, one's crippled and i'm the exception, not the rule. hope others like'em!

03/30/14 @ 12:03
Comment from: Fey [Visitor]

I have the non-cloud model and I haven't worn them yet, because weather, but a problem I had, was that the laces are too short, even at the widest setting. I'm hoping they'll stretch out a little bit (they're only a little bit too short) or I'll have to come up with some other solution.

04/09/14 @ 20:44
Comment from: Christina [Visitor]

I wish I could pick up a pair of these. I wear their regular customizable 6mm ones all summer. Picked up a pair of the sensoris but due to my two different sized feet they're just not working out. I trimmed the left one down a bit but the single position toe post is a deal breaker. Too bad as they seem pretty great.

04/25/14 @ 12:21
Comment from: giselle [Visitor]  

This could be great for summer! I wonder if this brand is already available in Cagayan de Oro City.

05/01/14 @ 01:30
Comment from: wheeler [Visitor]  

Hey man thanks for all these reviews you have on here. Really helpful for people looking to get into minimalist footwear. These look promising but some reviews I have read say they arent really good on the trail and get slippery fairly quickly. As an avid angler Im constantly navigating boulders on piers, beaches with various compositions and also walking around in the water with slippery rocks. Have you had any experience with these on wet or slippery surfaces? I can avoid the water if neccessary but if they get slick from even sweating it would just be unsafe for me to wear. Thank you!

05/23/14 @ 13:15
Comment from: Peter M. [Visitor]
Peter M.

I have been wearing the Xero Amuri cloud for some days and the toe post causes pain between my toes, especially when walking. As a result, i heel strike when i walk because i try to avoid landing midfoot/forefoot which forces my toes to touch the toe post and feel the discomfort. Do you think that this issue has to do with the toe post itself or there might be a solution to this? Thanks.

05/27/15 @ 18:43

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