Clarks Originals and Ronnie Fieg have collaborated once again, supplying a fresh installment of footwear iterations that look to revitalize some of the link-up’s most classic creations from the past.
The Ronnie Fieg x Clarks Originals relationship spans back more than a decade, with the partnership first coming to life in the mid-nineties with the David Z silhouette. Since, the regular collaborators have unveiled a melange of designs, with highlights coming in the form of an adidas Samba and a well-received Wallabee collection.
Now, Fieg and Clarks Originals have presented their latest collaborative capsule, welcoming new interpretations of the Maycliffe, Rossendale, Breacon, Sandford, and Lockhill silhouettes with a slew of both summer-ready and understated colorways.
Starting with the Maycliffe, the sneaker has been designed with the same running-inspired sole as the Rossendale and Beacon, while its profile combines sports styling with crafted detailing. For example, the shoe has been hit with moccasin stitching and perforated side panels, while the all-blue design is also complemented with a maple suede construction.
Meanwhile, the Breacon is hit with nubuck uppers and stitch detailing — this sits along intricate paneled detailing with a combination of “Light Brown” and “Cool Grey” hues. The Sandford takes inspiration from Clarks Originals’ London warehouse, featuring suede uppers in a combination of grey, “Deep Blue,” and brown colors.
You can take a closer look at the new Ronnie Fieg x Clarks Originals collaboration above and it is available to shop via the official Clarks Originals website now.
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