How Running Shoes Are Made | The Testing & Development Of On Running Shoes

Published on August 3rd 2019


Fraser is in Zurich to meet Bart Aernouts at On's headquarters and test out the latest running shoes they have to offer. Find out how running shoes are made along with the testing and development process that gets a new shoe to market! Subscribe to GTN: Check out the GTN Shop: In association with On Running. A running shoe doesn’t just arrive in a box ready to go off the shelf in the store. Indeed, there is a small army of people involved in the entire process from start to finish. And key to that process, are the professional athletes themselves that train and race in the shoes. In fact, their specific feedback is fundamental in the continual development and improvement of the products that these companies are selling on the market which in turn has a trickle-down effect for you guys - the customers. So today we’ve been invited by Bart Aernouts, 2nd place finisher at Ironman Hawaii in 2018, and our channel partner On, to get an insight into the nuts and bolts of that shoe design process, as Bart discusses the shoes with them, here at their headquarters and testing facility in Zurich. If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 Submit your content here: If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - Watch more on GTN... 📹 Bart Aernouts: From Duathlon To Triathlon | Do You Need To Swim Well To Podium At Kona? - Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound: Ashtrays - Guustavv Cayman - HDBeenDope Changli - Ooyy Coara - Lonov Dansez - Fasion Expensive Dinner - SINY Far Away Star - Lishuid Just Drive (Instrumental Version) STEMS DRUMS - Wellmess Nobody Else - Swif7 Rise Of The Phoenix - Rannar Sillard Photos: © Triathlon / Getty Images