Information about Clarks Wallabee Shoes - Leather (For Men)
Closeouts. From Clarks' Originals Collection, Clarks Wallabee shoes offer a moccasin-inspired, earthy look, complete with a thick, flexible crepe rubber sole that offers both grip and cushion. The simple, handstitched toe meets a two-eye lace at the instep.
Reviewed by Andy the Great Laker from Michigan on Tuesday, March 18, 2014
The Wallabee is a classic! I like the casual look and especially the comfort. I also own the chukka which works well in colder weather. Sizing is right on and with STP's deep discounts, this shoe is a must-have.
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Reviewed by Consumer Champ from Colorado on Wednesday, August 27, 2014
I followed the advice of others who bought these Clark classics, bought a bit smaller than what I'd normally order. The shoes appear to have been made on different sized lasts, as the right shoe is noticeably shorter and narrower than the left. I've been wearing them around the house the past several hours and my right foot still feels pinched. I'm sending 'em back.
Reviewed by Guy from the South from Kentucky on Monday, August 18, 2014
I have made it four years with the same pair of shoes. These shoes will hold up to almost anything. The only reason I'm purchasing a new pair is to get the fresh new look again. And you can't beat the price!
Reviewed by Steve from Hamburg on Thursday, July 3, 2014
These Wallabees are still every bit as good as the originals that everybody wore in the '70s--and they certainly bring back that '70s vibe.
They're as comfortable as slippers, and that legendary crepe sole still puts a literal spring in your step. This is my second pair; I bought one in dark brown pebble leather and this one in the traditional tan split cowhide. The fit and finish on both are impeccable, and the quality of the leather is exceptional. Yes, they're made in China, but apparently to very high material and production standards.
As many have noted, these shoes run a full size big. I normally wear an 11, but a 10 in these fits me perfectly.
Some have noted that the exposed edge of the crepe sole is unusually light-colored--to the point of distraction or goofiness--and that's true. I've found a simple fix: dip a cotton ball in some old coffee and dab it onto the edge of the sole. Let it dry, see how it looks, and repeat the process if you still find it too light. A few applications should be enough to knock the tone back to what we recall it being on the originals.
And, as always, kudos to STP for selling these at an incredbly low price, with accurate fulfillment and lightning-fast shipping.