Clarks Wallabee Shoes - Leather (For Men)
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 crepe rubber outsole to provide both grip and cushion. The simple handstitched moc toe extends up to the two-eye laced instep.
Specs about Clarks Wallabee Shoes - Leather (For Men)
- Upper: Colors (01) and (02) have suede upper; colors (03), (04) and (05) have a smooth leather upper
- Lining: Leather
- Removable insole
- Outsole: Crepe rubber
- Heel height: 1-1/4"
- Weight (pair): 2 lb. 12 oz.
- Made in China
- Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Flying High from Seattle, WA on Wednesday, February 3, 2016I normally wear a size 10 but went with size 9 1/2 after reading other reviews and they fit perfectly.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Traveller from Maine on Tuesday, September 29, 2015These shoes arrived promptly, look great, and are uncomfortably narrow. I'm hoping that a few days wear will soften the forefoot and increase the comfort, because I do really like the crepe sole. The ties are amazing: no slip from the first time tied. Overall, for a Wallabee style I've worn for 50 years, these are holding up the classic tradition.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jaws from Saint Loujs on Friday, September 25, 2015This shoe is iconic and comfortable for years to come. It's a must have in your collection Clark originals always wins!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by T.B. from Illinois on Friday, July 17, 2015great comfort, true to size, nice style too
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Occasional Reviewer from East Coast USA on Monday, June 8, 2015I last bought a pair of Wallabees several decades ago. They were made in the UK, as I recall, of thick suede, and they lasted through years of pretty-much-everyday wear. I bought this new pair with some trepidation, because it's no challenge to find online reviews stating that today's Wallabee, made in Asia, is a mere shadow of its former self. Well, there may well be "updated" styles and versions of the Wallabee that may not measure up to the standards of the original, but this pair, at least, is a worthy successor to the name. Yes, they're made in Asia. But the leather is of good quality, the crepe soles look and feel just like the originals and they're every bit as comfortable as my old, old, long-gone shoes. (If anything, the footbed is more supportive than that of the original.) The "beeswax" finish is just rustic enough – there's plenty of subtle variation in the color, but it doesn't look like a "trying too hard" intentionally weathered leather. Will this pair last for years? It's way too soon to tell. But I'm more than satisfied so far.
Question & Answer
“There is a discrepancy between the photo and name of the "taupe leather." Photo of this color shows suede, but "leather" implies not suede. Is taupe color a suede or leather with smooth finish?”
The finish is definitely suede, but suede is also leather. It's leather with a rougher finish. I own the Wallabee in both suede and smooth--but both are leather.
It is suede. I've been wearing for a month now and they are fabulous.
Generally there is about 1.5 - 2 sizes difference between mens and womens sizing.