Clarks Originals releases two of their iconic styles in olive leaf-tanned leather

A sustainable Horween upgrade for the Desert Boot and the Wallabee.
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Clarks Originals Olive Leaf Tanned Leather

Clarks is switching it up with a new leather option that utilizes olive leaf-tanned leather from the Horween tannery in Chicago. The leather differs from traditional methods as it uses the byproducts of olives to process the leather to help create one of its most sustainable styles to date. The leather is currently available on the new Desert Boot 221 with its thicker crepe sole and the always classic Wallabee. 


$310-$320, clarksusa.com

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