Clarks Trigenic Evo Sneaker

Aug 16, 2017

Category: Style

When we think the future of shoes, Clarks isn’t the first to come to mind. That isn’t to say we don’t respect and love the almost two-century old company – it’s just that they’re better known for classic silhouettes like the Desert Boot and Wallabee. Just this week, however, the UK-based surprised us with the forward-looking Trigenic Evo Sneaker.

An update of the previous year’s Trigenic Flex, this shoe uses a special three-part Vibram outsole with varying densities. This unique construction allows for more freedom while also providing a lot of support and cushioning. On top of the one-of-a-kind outsole, the shoe also features elastic fastenings under the leather upper for a responsive but unrestrictive fit on the midfoot. All things said, it’s refreshing to see a heritage brand pop up and push the boundaries a bit. Right now you can pick a pair up in either a two-tone leather and white, or an all black.

Purchase: $ 180

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