A style from 1883 inspired Clarks’ newest design innovation, the Trigenic Flex. The design takes cues from Clarks Hygiene shoes, which contrary to the trend in 1883, were shaped to the natural contours of the foot to allow the foot to move.
The modern construction features a slimmed-down anatomical last shape and a three-part decoupled sole unit to support each stage of impact. Deconstructed upper made from premium leather panels are cut and interlocked for comfort. Styles include a nubuck walking shoe, a leather brogue, a suede high-top and beeswax chukkas.
Clarks described the shoe as a “game-changing new style that brings cutting edge shoe engineering, traditional craftsmanship and modern design together to create a totally unique shoe with both substance and style.”