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From its humble beginnings in 1825 in the tiny English village of Street, Somerset, to a global company that manufactures and markets close to 35 million pairs of shoes a year, Clarks' commitment to comfort, quality, authenticity, and individual style has remained unchanged throughout the centuries.
This minimalist sandal goes glam with plenty of party-worthy details Lizard-print leather upper Glittering gem and metallic stud accents Adjustable instep strap buckle Cushioning OrthoLite™ footbed with Active Air Circulation System® Rubber-like sole 3/4" heel height
I really think they run 1/2 size bigger, a little long ,but not a big deal.if you like them and find them comfortable, keep them and don't give up, they get to be super comfy!
Quite a classy Clarks sandal.I always get compliments when I wear them.Didn't like them at first,but they have grown on ,now I love them.Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
They look and feel great. Glad I oredered them. The price is reasonable and the fit is perfect. I would order them again.Published 4 months ago by Tina M Murdaugh
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these shoes. I already had one pair in white that I purchased at a local mall and they were so comfortable I wanted another pair. Found these on amazon. Read morePublished 4 months ago by EXCELSIOR
HURTS! It's cute and fits me great but after 5 mins walk it hurts my toe a lot and cut the skin really BAD!Published 5 months ago by JJ
I really like the design and they're comfortable for the most part, I may need to break them in between the toes a bit. They're super soft too! True to size. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rachael Riley
I hoped this was finally going to be the one. Really like this shoe and it's very comfortable, but it runs too wide.Published 6 months ago by BB
These shoes are nice and they were what I was looking for at the time but the last small piece of design at the thong would dig into my foot and made them impossible to wear. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lillian L. Cobb