ON Running Shoes Test Zone | Forward in Motion

What is a On running shoe testing zone

Forward in Motion have been hosting very successful On testing zones since 2019 and will continue hosting them bi-monthly. We explain what to expect when you attend one.

An On testing zone is a great way to try out a new shoe before committing to a purchase.

For example, have you ever bought a pair of running shoes that have felt great when you initially try them on. However, once you start running in them, you realize they are not the right running shoe for you? 

Such a frustration, as by this stage you are unable to take them back to the store. As a result, it’s your hard earned money wasted.

In addition, maybe it’s time to replace your current running shoes and you have been eyeing out a pair of On’s. But you a little nervous for the purchase however of a new or relatively unknown brand.

Find out more about the brand here.

What is an On Testing Zone?

It’s not often we get to test drive a pair of running shoes before a purchase, which is what makes an On Testing Zone so worthwhile attending.

When you attend an On testing zone, you will have the opportunity to chat to a On specialist, who will match you with a shoe suited to your running style and needs.

You will get to hit the road from the Forward in Motion store in a pair of test shoes for any distance you feel comfortable with, in your own time. In other words, run in free shoes for free!

Forward in Motion is on the doorstep of one of the most scenic run and cycle routes in the Cape, so enjoy the scenary while you run.

On Testing Zone

You are welcome to try as many different style’s of On shoes as you like, from what is available.

And in conclusion, what is the the best part? This is all free of charge. With absolutely no pressure what so ever to purchase anything, (including a pair of shoes) after the run.

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