About Clarks Outframe Ease Shoes (For Men)
Closeouts. Sporty, outdoorsy and ready to take on your favorite creek-crossing trails, Clarks' Outframe Ease shoes feature a breathable, quick-drying mesh upper with supportive overlays, quick-pull lacing and a cool, one-piece tongue-collar combo for sockless wear.
Specs about Clarks Outframe Ease Shoes (For Men)
- Upper: Mesh and synthetic leather
- Lining: Textile
- Removable insole
- Midsole: EVA
- Outsole: Rubber
- Weight (pair): 1 lb. 12 oz.
- Made in China
- Runs large, order 1/2 size smaller
- Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Eason Wei from CN on Sunday, July 26, 2015FYI
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Carl From China from China on Monday, July 6, 2015Bought a pair of this, my workmate likes my shoes and asked me to bought one for her father. I tried this(US8.5) on and found the width is not wider than mine(us8), and it is true that the size of the shoes is 1/2 lager than it is.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by AZ Bulldog from Arizona on Monday, June 29, 2015I have feet problems. These do not aggravate my feet.
Reviewed by T from SF CA on Sunday, May 31, 2015My feet are average in width and I wear size 10.5 - 11.
Got these in a 10. Perfect fit.
Well made and were comfy for me out of the box.
Easy quick lace up.
Main use is on the pavement but they also work well on the trail.
Reviewed by Sky from California on Friday, May 29, 2015Nothing to write home about, but I thought perhaps a word of clarification might help you all. Perhaps I made the mistake of not reading between the lines, but this is a shoe made PRIMARILY to wear *crossing streams* and in wet climates. It calls itself sock-less but the insole/footbed is too plasticky for my comfort, and has a strange texturing to it I guess to make it more grippy inside for your foot, and the sides and rims not much cushioned for sock-less wear, I'd say. And the quick-pull lacing doesn't make a good secure fit for balance when crossing stones in streams/over streams or log walking. The outsole isn't all that much for wet surfaces... I've worn them about a month on hikes and walks, and so far each time couldn't wait to get home and take them off. Not a good sign. I don't get what the deal is about Clarks; maybe I'm spoiled by Merrell, or even Tevas; or maybe they just make a good office shoe, not so much for walking. Hope this helps. Oh yeah, and I didn't have any problems with sizing so don't be worried too much about that.