Wallabee Lace-up Boot
This Clarks Originals classic originated in 1965 when Lance Clark sketched out a hand-stitched moccasin built on a nature-formed last that allows for natural toe spread. The genuine plantation crepe outsole cushions each step. Wear this timeless men's boot and add instant style to any outfit.
- 1.18-in. heel
- Lace-up closure
- Spot clean with suede cleaner and brush
- supple suede upper with natural plantation crepe outsole
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Wallabee Lace-up Boot is rated out of 5 by 21.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cam73 from Overall, good boot - beware of shifting sizes I got my first pair late winter of 2017 - Beeswax low cut in an 11, made in China. Good fit, soul separates from leather upper around the edges in a few spots. Hasn't lifted very far in yet. Told it was due to the stiffness of the beeswax leather. Maybe so, but I still don't think they should separate at all. I got my 2nd pair--this time a suede maple high top boot--in late spring of 2017, made in china. Upon the recommendation of the sales clerk at the local Clarks store, I bought size 10.5, since, I was told, they tend to run a 1/2 size large. Verdict? Compared to the beeswax, slightly tighter through toes, but still comfortable, and they have stretched and conformed to my feet like a ball glove does. My 3rd pair - blue suede boot, made in Vietnam. Ordered a size 11, having heard that the newer ones were running smaller than before. It was good that I did, because these 11s are identical to my chinese-made 10.5 in length, while it felt a bit more snug through the toes. Purchased early 2018. My 4th pair - Brown suede boot. Made in Vietnam. Ordered size 11.5, based on the blue pair, wanting a little more space for the toes. It worked. Although, placing these boots sole-to-sole against my original, chinese-made beeswax pair (size 11), the latter are still just a tad longer and wider through the ball of the foot. Takeaway? It appears they've shaved some materials and changed the sizing by at least 1/2 a size. So, be forewarned, if they're made in Vietnam, order true to size (I'm an 11, measured) or a 1/2 size larger. The vietnamese-made boots also seem a little bit more stiff than the chinese-made, but I need to give them a chance to break in a bit to see if that impression changes. Overall, I still like the look and the feel of them, that's why I keep ordering them.
Date published: 2018-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Riggs509 from Great Product! Product is very high quality and true to size. I’d recommend it to anyone!
Date published: 2018-03-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by GTmassive from Wallabees quite narrow in the toe area I love the wallabee, however, the sole of the boot is a little too narrow, very bad on toe spread. I need a little more width than a medium. Clarks need to produce a wide width selection. Toe spread is critical for comfort. Some cushion around the ankle would be nice for a snug but comfortable fit.
Date published: 2018-02-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by Erik77 from I bought a pair of these in size 14, I returned them! The toe box is to tight, not tall enough between the sole and the top of the shoe. The toe box is not tall enough, too tight for my toes. Can’t wear arch supports with them either!
Date published: 2018-02-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by David0805 from It's not the same Wallabee I knew. Still good, but not enough to keep. I have 4 pairs of #WallabeeBoots that are 13 years old. After I wore my first pair for a bit, I went back to buy another 3 pairs in different colors because I thought they felt so comfortable and looked pretty nice - I REALLY like them. My maple suede's sole is getting too thin so I ordered a new pair. I just received them but unfortunately, they'll be returned to the store later this week. You've cut too many corners on the Wallabee Boot's materials and perhaps on its manufacturing also (to increase profit margins?) The overall quality, fit and feel have significantly diminished compared to what it was 13 years ago. 1. The new sole insert is thin, it only goes half the length of the boot and it's flat. The sole insert in my old pair is a lot thicker, runs the whole length of the boot and the edge around the heel part curves up so it cups my heels 2. The new crepe soles are way thinner. They would have been my "go to" boots. I don't think the soles would last 2 years. Also, having a thicker sole not only prolong its useful life, but it also provides cushion. 3. The suede feels cheaper. It also looks thinner and feels stiffer in comparison. My old pair fit like a glove straight out the box. I didn't have to break it in. 4. One of the things I like about my old pair is I can easily slip into them. The new ones, I have to push my feet in because the opening is now a lot smaller. 5. Not sure if where it's manufactured affects the fit and quality but the new one is made in Vietnam vs. China for my old pair. Yes, I can simply buy a better sole insert from your store, push into as opposed to slip into them, give it some time to break in, etc. to make it work, but why should I settle for a lesser quality product that is also at a higher price point than what I originally had? You HAD a really great product. If you're branding the leather tabs and marketing the Wallabee Boot as an "Original", keep it original or change for the better as opposes to cutting corners. And I know my points are irrelevant for today's first time buyers of the boot because they don't know how good it was then. Please bring the old boots back for us 90s folks.
Date published: 2017-12-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by Sqiudly from Not quite as I remember Having worn this shoe most of my teenage life. the comfort remains the same. The quality however, has been degraded. The soles are not as thick and the leather doesn't appear to be as thick. I don't believe they will hold the longevity of the past. At a much added expense I might add.
Date published: 2017-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by WillyLee from Longtime Wearer Agree with another reviewer. Wore these in my younger High School days and were very comfortable however the bring them back price is out of hand. Would consider but again not at this $140 ticket price
Date published: 2017-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by Whose from Price and no tread .... I have worn the Wallabys all through middle school, high school, college, and afterwards till you stopped making them which adds up to approx. 30 years on and off...I recently discovered that they were back but you are charging $140.00 a pair...Don't you think that is a little excessive for a shoe that doesn't even have any tread on the sole and tends to be slippery on a wet surface...They are still a very nice looking shoe and comfortable but at that price I may go else where...Can you not make the same shoe with some tread on the bottom??? Love the shoe but disappointed with the price...
Date published: 2017-11-19
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