The updated sneaker styling of the Clarks Wave.Drift lace-up is a great match for any casual look and offers comfort that's perfect for long walks. This women's sneaker features a durable leather upper and a breathable textile lining for a fresh interior. A cushioned OrthoLite® footbed enhances the natural motion of your stride, while a grippy rubber outsole keeps you comfortable and sure-footed all day long. Part of the Clarks Wave® collection, the Clarks Wave.Drift trainer is designed to support an effortless, natural rolling stride to help avoid fatigue.
I didn't think these shoes were 'stylish' at first, either. Then I wore them. They are the most comfortable shoes I've even worn. I can wear them all day long. As I wore them, my opinion of their stylish-ness changed. I think they look great! I've noticed that there are other brands offering this style and they're very expensive.
These had to go back. While they were super comfy right out of the box, they are just not good looking. I was heading to NYC for the week, needed good walking shoes, but wanted a bit of style. These had the comfort with NO style. Oh well.
A nice looking shoe but ultimately wasn't for me. I maybe didn't read up on sizing enough, but the 7s were too small for me as a 9-9.5 womens, and they don't do half sizes so I figured I wouldn't chase it. The soles are pretty hard and the insert isn't very supportive, so you'd probably want to swap insoles for more cushion. Seemed like they'd probably last a while.
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