Formerly known as the Clarks Redland, the Natalie hit the deck in the early 90′s. Fairing minimal success in the US, it disappeared from stockists and returned to boutique establishments roughly around 2009.
The drop that we've been waiting for is finally here. After premiering at this years Bread and Butter in Germany, the union of Clarks and legendary graffiti writer Futura 2000 is back with yet another take on the classic Wallabee.
Anyone that frequently makes their way to this particular block of online real estate knows that there’s one footwear drop that never gets missed. Clarks. With the exception of your granddad’s Florsheim Shoe Shop Clarks, I make it a point to cover all the styles, regardless of whether I would where them. This is mainly due to the fact that I am enamored with the brands ability to transcend all boundaries
Everybody on the planet nerds out about something. Whatever that particular something is, they’ll run off at the mouth for hours with all the dusty dirt, dates, details, and demographics whether you want to hear it or not. Act like you could care less about their nerdiness, they get sensitive and what not. One the other hand, If you pull that on a Star Wars fanatic you liable to get your head busted to the whit
Somebody call Starks quick! With a myriad of Clarks releases this year, we thought the freshest Wallabee would be the Loopwheeler. But with the classic contrast of Blue on top of the crepe sole, The Clarks union with Japanese boutique Uniform Experiment might top our list because of simplicity alone.
Contrary to popular belief, or better yet, Contrary to popular knowledge the contemporary sneaker game as we know it not start with the Air Jordan Brand. In fact it won’t stop there either. The truth is, if Rudolf Dassler didn’t breakout from his brother Adi and the Adidas brand, to start his own sportswear operation there would be no sneaker game. So, after saying goodbye to his brother in 1948, Rudy set
After the previously posted Ashcott 2 we drop another variant into the mix. Clarks Originals teams up with Boston’s CONCPTS for a stateside take on the style. As it turns out, it appears to summer classic.