The Clarks Originals Tor Run Shoes

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A stylish sneaker that celebrates the footwear brand’s design heritage.

Launched at the end of February 2021, the new Clarks Originals Tor Run celebrates the brand’s design heritage with a stylish take on retro silhouettes. The sneaker features an ergonomic design that puts the focus on comfort but never sacrifices style. Inspired by Clarks’ iconic 1970s sneakers, Tor Run has a stitch-down construction and a blend of high-quality, durable materials. The upper boasts a combination of suede, nubuck leather, and full grain leather in a blend of soft textures. Crafted for an environmentally conscious generation, Tor Run comes with a FSC-certified natural rubber crepe sole that is lightweight and flexible as well as sustainable and durable. EVA inserts enhance comfort while also providing next-level stability.

Other features include a woven tongue label and a logo from the brand’s archive. The new Clarks Originals Tor Run comes in different colorways. Apart from Black Combi and White Combi options, customers can also choose slightly more colorful options. While Rust Combi combines warm brown leather with muted blue accents, White/Blue blends darker blue with beige and white. You can find the shoes online at Clarks at a price of $170. If you’re not in the US, don’t worry. The brand has also launched the design in the UK and the EU. Photographs© Clarks Originals.

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