Clarks Originals has been a streetwear staple since its founding in Somerset, England, in 1825. Best known for popular silhouettes such as the classic Clarks Wallabee, many of its inspirations for timeless designs have their roots in utility and army design. Durable and stylish, the brand has managed to transcend decades and trends to become one of the most well-known closest staples amongst the coolest of fashion enthusiasts.
Leading the way for Clarks shoes, their iconic Wallabee comes to life in a dazzling array of limitless styles from gorgeous brushed suede, crisp leathers, and dip-dyed offerings. They’re not called Clarks Originals for nothing as their mastery of footwear transcends to the Clarks sandals like the sultry Trek Mule. Rocking with exposed stitching the Clarks Weaver calls back to a truly vintage time in footwear opting for rigorous leather weaving as opposed to glues. Of course, no Clarks Originals offering is complete without their signature chalky crepe midsole, a feature that carries over into their collaborations with Aries across the Clarks Desert Trek and Wallabee.