Clarks Wallabee Boot GTX

Dec 5, 2017

Category: Style

The coming of winter doesn’t mean you have to do away with all of your favorite styles of sneakers and shoes. Not long ago, Nike started rolling out winterized versions of their sneakers, and after Converse got picked up by the sportswear giant, they too followed suit. But the trend isn’t just limited to classic sneakers. This year Clarks hopped on the train with their Wallabee Boot GTX.

This classic can venture out into the wet, wintry weather thanks to an upper made from a special Gore-Tex suede supplied to Clarks from the English tannery Charles F. Stead. The fabric looks and feels like a normal Wallabee, but features a waterproof lining that’ll keep your feet dry through all types of weather. And because a weatherproofed upper isn’t enough, Clarks also equipped this handsome boot with outsoles sourced from Vibram that are tailor-made to provide serious grip and support no matter what.

Purchase: $240

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