The Tokyo-based outfit has taken the look and practicality of traditional mountain footwear and combined it with the durability and protection GORE-TEX offers, resulting in an all-black iteration of a well-worn silhouette.
Equipped with reflector shoe laces and cell tips that react to black light, each shoe arrives with a laser-engraved heel-counter, a metal dock tag plate replacing Clarks’ epochal triangular fob, while “SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN” can be read on the shoe’s sleek upper.
The MAGIC STICK x Clarks Originals Wallabee Boot 2.0 GTX is available to buy now from the former’s online webstore, retailing at ¥37,400 (approx. $290 USD).
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