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I wish I had a single good comment to make on these. I have had Clarks before, years back and they were quality shoes. These would be overpriced at $25 - they are very poorly made, came in a plastic bag not even a box. The insole seems to be cardboard, I put in my easy feet insole I have in all shoes and boots, and couldn't get them on they are so tight on my instep. The leather is thin with no padding at all, without the insole the heal slip is so bad you couldn't walk 2 steps in them. I have Kodiak chucks and they blow these away for less $$.
When I bought this 3 years ago, the look of it had me suspicious as to if it was genuine or not, but I disregarded my feeling and went about my business. Today I felt my left foot getting wet after walking in some rainy weather. Checked when I got home only to discover that both shoes had their soles starting to disconnect at the front and sides.
Turns out that they were not stitched to the upper part of the shoes and the stitches you see are just superficial. For reference, I've had much cheaper shoes over the years whose soles were not stitched to the uppers either and this clarks is the first where I've seen soles loosen like that. So it's either fake or an extremely badly made Clarks shoe. Would not recommend.
Let me start with the fact that I absolutely love the look, of this shoe. End of my positive's. This is the first piece of clothing I have ever bought online and quite possibly my last. My greatest fear of not being able to touch, feel or appropriately try on something before the purchase is obvious here. I just bought a pair of work and gym shoes from Sketchers. Both fit very well and were a joy the minute I placed them on my feet. These are sadistic and cruel. The first time I wore them, I noticed that the inner foot bed had no padding. Similar to walking an a wood 2x4. In addition they were quite narrow. I bought a padded insole thinking, this may help. Not a chance it actually made it worse. The second time I wore them after purchasing the insole, I made it approximately 20 feet to where my car was parked and obtained a nice blister on my heal. After walking through 3 isles in the grocery story with my wife. I turned to her and said "honey we have to leave, right now." If you have normal feet do not buy these shoes, if you have wide feet run! run very far from these shoes, they will kill you literally. If you are a Japanese woman, who had her feet bound from birth you may, consider these shoe's. As I have worn these for approximately 25 minutes and oh say a 100 yards. I will not return them, but I am thinking of taking them to my local cobbler and have them professionally stretched. If this helps I will post an update other wise I will have to preform an exorcism and have them destroyed.
Well it's been a while, I did take the to a cobbler he did stretch the shoe. I now am able to wear them for an hour maybe two if I take it easy.
I have a wide foot so have to order online. Clarks are one of those brands I've always had confidence in. These shoes are terrible. The leather and sole are very stiff, they are barely wide and there is no arch support.
Yes they're 35 bucks but I expect at least decent quality and comfort from Clarks.
I've been wearing Clarks for 25 years, and these are not Clarks. I had to return the first pair and order an entire size down. That should have made me think twice right away. These are cheap feeling, stiff, and not even the same size. The right boot has at least an inch more material at the ankle which makes the opening unnecessarily large. Also, if feels like the soles are made of wood. I've tried to break them in around the house with thick socks with no luck. Maybe "Collection by Clarks" is their second tier line. I can't imagine why they would do that. It's a drag to see a great brand turn out substandard garbage. I guess it's becoming more common. I can't return them, either.
I am sure these shoes will last me very long, because I will wear these so rarely, if at all! It must be a good make at some point of time, but now definitely something has terribly gone wrong in the manufacturing and quality control. Or probably Clarks have such a solid "brand" that they don't really care anymore. Definitely not worth 70 dollars.
Specifics: 1. Size - Usually I wear 10M or 9.5W. Based on previous feedbacks for these boots I ordered 9.5M, which fitted a bit too tight for comfort. Exchanged and ordered 10M (W was not available). This one fits, but not that comfortably. The foot feels crammed inside the shoe. Feels more like an ill fitted safety boot than a casual street boot. Usually does not happen (and not with other pair of boots bought along with this one), it chaffs the skin under shoe lace area. After barely 10 mnts of walking it starts hurting. in 20 mnts have to take it off. 2. Leather - Leather of the first pair felt soft and "weathered" , felt more comfortable. This replacement pair, this leather feels very thick and tough. Safety boot material. 3.Cushioning - Marginal to none. Feels hard on undersole, will look for some padding base. but that may cram the foot even more. 4. Colour - original pair had a nice bee wax colour, this one looks dirty brown. Weird scratch marks have appear on leather. 5. Weight - again original pair felt light and comfortable, the replacement is very heavy, feels like a kilo each if not more. 6. Workmanship - the glue on the sides is coming off after eight wearing. And I wear these to office, walking time barely 10 mnts each side. Gives me weird ache in the shins.
I'd been looking for a pair of chuckka boots for a very long time and finally these Clark's showed up in the listings at a very good sale price. Fortunately my size was available so I trusted the Clark's name and ordered them. It was beyond thirty days before I needed to wear them and that was the first time I put them on. They were a little tough to get on as if the tongue could not spread wide enough. Perhaps it was improperly sewn, and I thought it odd that the outline of my toes was clearly visible through the leather. They were a tiny bit snug but nothing that wouldn't disappear with wear. A few days later I needed them again and as I was trying to work past that tight tongue spread the leather ripped. I was enormously disappointed. After I'd waited so long for a new pair of non-athletic shoes, the leather ripped! Unheard of! I took a good look at the leather then and realized that it is the thinnest of thin split leather with NO reinforcing of any sort at stress points, such as where my shoe tore. There are several simple ways the company could have reinforced the shoes so they could last a long time, as shoes, especially leather, are supposed to do. Clark's chose to release a shoddy product. I can't send the shoes back, but I can make a choice too, and I choose never to buy any Clark's shoes again. I urge you to make the same choice, at the very least with regard to these chukkas.
No way these were brand new. Maybe someone ordered before and wore and returned. I noticed bottoms and a crease. But honestly these shoes are like walking bare foot. I wore around house and I could feel the tile. Might as well walk around with no shoes before these.