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Fall/Winter Clarks Clarks Hamble oak Black leather Leather mSml83

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Fall/Winter Clarks Clarks Hamble oak Black leather Leather mSml83

Women's Clarks Hamble Oak 5-hole lace-up leather brogue, with round toe, leather sole and 1.2 inches heel. With fixed insole. The width of the shoe in size 5 is 3.6 inches. Create an ultra trendy boyish look with the Hamble Oak by Clarks. These brogues are chic and trendy - all fashionistas will adore them!

Product type: Lace-up shoes
Ref.: mSml83
Season: Fall/Winter
Lining: Leather/textile
Heel height: 3 cm
Colour: Black
Size reference: 38
Construction: Vulcanized
Manufacture: Indonesia
Width: Standard
Upper/Ankle: Leather
Insole: Leather


The Clarks legend began in 1825 and is the result of a long and eventful history peppered with exciting journeys, innovations and an independent spirit, which has produced classic styles such as the Desert Boot and the Wallabee. Forty years after the creation of these iconic shoes, the Clarks Originals label still fosters the style and design that established the company's name, but the brand has also moved on to creating the new classics of today... and tomorrow! Clarks’ designs and materials add a contemporary and playful touch to any look. Clarks’ signature patent leather accents, heels of all heights, low boots and Mary Janes for women, and derbys, brogues and loafers for men, are the perfect finishing touches for classic yet on trend outfits. With soles made of gum, or a mixture of leather and gum, Clarks shoes are just as comfortable as their crepe-soled cousins. The Active Air system protects your every step thanks to the shock-absorbing air cushion underneath the insole. The Clarks range has maintained its own demanding standards which have become the hallmarks of the brand, while successfully venturing into new dimensions of style and design. Every step with Clarks is a step in the right direction!

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