In the small English town of Street, Somerset, Clarks got their start as a small footwear maker destined to become a leading casual footwear manufacturer. Their success is deeply rooted in their goals of creating comfortable and quality footwear. In 1965, the development of their moc style shoe, the Wallabee alongside the Desert Boot went on to become timeless Clarks’ classics. Seen here are two styles of the Wallabee, each employing different materials such as nylon and leather. The leather pair includes a gator like toebox as an update to the traditional smooth leather fare. Check your local Clarks dealer for availability.