Clarks Originals Drops Its Tor Match Tennis-Inspired Sneakers

All sitting atop the brand’s signature crepe sole.

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Clarks Originals’ foray into the world of sneakers continues this season with the launch of its sleek Tor Match silhouette.

Arriving shortly after the recent launch of its autumnal Tor Run sneakers, the Tor Match combines Clarks Originals’ signature crepe sole with a trio of sustainably-sourced uppers, including a “Dark Tan” suede, as well as white and black leathers.

Inspired by retro on-court tennis shoes, the suede iteration features a contrasting white tongue and heel, while each silhouette is rounded out with the archetypal Clarks Originals hang tags and fob. Continuing its commitment to sustainability, the lining material on the tongue is 100% recycled, with a sheep leather inner offering up an ultra-comfortable cushioned feel.

Clarks Originals’ Tor Match sneakers are available to buy now from the brand’s online webstore, retailing at £110 (approximately $150 USD).

In other news, Clarks Originals has also unveiled its all-new outdoors-inspired Wallabee Hiker silhouette.

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