Carhartt WIP Adds Workwear & Military Nods to Clarks Wallabee

Launching in two earthy colorways.

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After teasing the collaboration on Instagram recently, Clarks Originals and Carhartt WIP have now officially debuted their upcoming collaboration. The joint capsule sees two takes on the signature Wallabee Boot silhouette, with references to archival Carhartt WIP influences appearing on both designs.

The brown colorway of the boot is inspired by the Michigan Shore Coat, while the olive camo design is a reference to the military references that run throughout Carhartt WIP collections. Both styles also feature the signature Clarks Originals crepe sole alongside a stain- and water-resistant suede upper from the Charles F. Stead tannery.

Take a closer look at the two designs below, and expect the Carhartt WIP x Clarks Originals Wallabee boots to arrive via Carhartt WIP‘s web store and stores, Clarks stores and the Clarks web store on September 5.

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