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The Clarks Sportswear Trigenic Flex Looks Back to Define its Future

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In a world filled with flashy, self-lacing shoes like the Nike Mag, it can be a little tough to stand-out, but that's exactly what Clarks Sportswear has done with their latest Trigenic Flex without even trying. First previewed as part of their Fall/Winter 2015 Collection back in April, the "21st Century shoe" from Clarks Sportswear has finally arrived for purchase, carrying a pedigree that draws from two centuries of English shoemaking. Boasting a lining-free, deconstructed build, your eye is drawn not to a particular flashpoint or accent, but instead the whole silhouette. The result is a lightweight, unrestricted option free of extraneous components that sits on a three-piece outsole with deep Vibram flex grooves, finished with a knitted heel tab and Ortholite footbed. Available in both a rust suede and a midnight blue waxy leather now from select shops, including UBIQ.