Jacopo De Carli Delivers Custom Clarks Originals Wallabees

Dressed in fabric tags from previous collaborations.

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Italian shoemaker Jacopo De Carli has teamed up with Clarks Originals to release two loaded takes on the high-top Wallabees.

The first pair features beige nubuck uppers with multicolored paint splatter on the toebox, and an assortment of Wallabees fabric tags threaded along the lateral and rear. The tags are from previous Clarks releases and feature a variety of materials and branding including that of Clark’s previous collaborations with Barneys, Supreme, GORE-TEX, and OVO. A triangular pouch is placed on the tongue section and a stacked gum sole unit rests below.

The second pair features an algae-like paint job across the suede uppers with thick green, yellow, and black shoelace bundles attached to the upper eyelet. A fabric pouch rests above the laces, and a classic gum outsole below completes the look.

The custom pairs are now being given away to Clarks Originals’ Instagram followers based in the United Kingdom. Terms and conditions can be found in the IG post found below.

 

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