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Do any of y'all have Clarks Wallabees?

They are one of the most popular types of shoes in America right now. J/W what people around the world think about them. I got a pair for Christmas!


This is the kind I have!
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bump. anyone?
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they're fugly and i've never even heard of them.
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yea i'v never heard of them




















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I have a pair of them in the same color, but I wouldnt nearly call them the most popular shoe in America. They are much more popular in like Britain.

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I have a pair of them in the same color, but I wouldnt nearly call them the most popular shoe in America. They are much more popular in like Britain.
Are they? I've never heard of them.
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Are they? I've never heard of them.
Well they were originated in England a long time ago and I see Clark's boutiques all over the place when I go to England and Scotland so I would assume so...

azarenka - pavlyuchenkova - li - jankovic
garcia - bencic - paszek - rus - kanepi - kuznetsova - stephens
bouchard - karatantcheva - larcher de brito - voegele - lim - mladenovic

mary pierce - forever #1
vaidisova - kournikova - golovin - henin
the boys - federer - gasquet - del potro - haase - nishikori
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I've definitely heard of them, had some I think, and they were VERY popular around about 1978 or so. This new trend is a re-do.
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It's a re-do of a re-do, had a pair when they were 'hot' in the mid-late 90's....i'm from the NY/NJ area

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yeah. it's funny how things popular in the 70's are coming back. The "holes in the pants" and grown out hair reminds me of pictures of my dad when he had a 'fro and clarks.
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