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Clarks Shoes: Our story began almost 200 years ago when Cyrus and James Clark made a sheepskin Slipper. It was groundbreaking at the time...

100% leather
Importing
Rubber sole
The shaft measures approximately from the arch not_applicable
Heel height 1.29"
Ortholith insoles

Shoemakers since 1825
Our story began almost 200 years ago when Cyrus and James Clark made a sheepskin Slipper. It was groundbreaking at the time; a combination of invention and craftsmanship that remains at the heart of what we do. And now, as always, each pair of our shoes are hand carved from a block of hornbeam with a last starting with a single, advanced construction techniques, modern technologies and materials, helps deliver excellence that is designed for the modern world.

This classic Slip-On shoe from the Clarks collection is made from flexible leather on a popular low sole. it features incredibly comfortable, stretch gore, fabric linings and super flexible, lightweight tpr soles. this women's shoe is the perfect choice for career or casual wear.

Reviews

I picked up my pair today and was disappointed with my heels slipping. They slipped enough to be a little annoying. Because this foot was a little smaller than my right, it slipped more on my left foot. The shoes are very comfortable as well as heel slip and they will have to return both pairs I ordered. I bought the Navy and Burgundy. I'll pick up the pair in maroon and blue tomorrow and put them both together. I'm changing them to a size half a size smaller and hope they will help with the heel-slip problem. The shoes are very well constructed and the leather is soft. It's a great shoe and I would be completely disappointed if it didn't work out half a size smaller. Wish me luck!

These are well-made Clarks, very comfortable, no break time. I bought them as both "black" and "Redwood" in size 5B. Redwood is the medium brown color I prefer when wearing neutral, earthy shades. The shoe is quite flat, so don't expect it to add any height, but it provides good support along the sole and normal Belt support (not noticeable in its presence or lack). I thought the contrast stitching might be a bit distracting/too busy, but it actually helps to accentuate the shape and make the shoe look thinner at the front.

Perfect balance comfort, stability and looks good. If you want comfortable but supportive shoes with a good football head contour, these exist without an "orthopedic shoe." I wear them often and the stitching and leather remained clean and tidy. They are easily wiped away, but do not get much dirt and dust. Clarks is my new favorite shoe brand because of its reliable comfort and quality.

Very cute and extremely comfortable. Inside too soft to wear with bare feet. The actual size ... full. It's great to walk around in shoes outside the box. No breakage required. The Normal width is perfect, if not in a narrower profile, which works great for me (and looks nice). Not for wide feet, I'd say. Love this.

First of all, these shoes were not scheduled to be delivered until Monday, and I got them today. I was already excited to try them out and they didn't disappoint! As if I'm walking on gel insoles, they're very comfortable. My first comfortable work shoes were Naturalizers, and although they were extremely comfortable, they had to be supported by an insole and a heel pad. I've tried these shoes out of the box, no socks or insoles. Perfect fit, comfortable, easy slip and close, and feel like it won't scratch and scratch as much as the Naturalizer does. I was very sceptical about buying shoes at first because different shoes fit me differently and I usually need to fluctuate between 6 and 7.5 to get the right fit. I ordered these at 7 m. I couldn't be any happier than I am in the process of buying. I walk about 3-4 miles a day and go up and down the stairs. I have to have something comfortable in my feet, otherwise I can't be productive during the day. These were worth every penny! Peltz has a very satisfied client.

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