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Ronnie Fieg And Clarks To Drop Another 8th Street Collection, Recreate The Desert Trek Boot

Ronnie Fieg has demonstrated that he is constantly working. And the Queens native continues to work on Kith’s 10th anniversary-related projects. Whereas the visionary also finds time to support other companies’ milestone celebrations, such as Clarks.

The English institution and Fieg will collaborate once again on their continuing 8th Street collection on November 5. The Desert Trek’s iconic center forefoot seam, tried-and-true crepe sole, and adaptable suede hue were all brought back by the Kith frontman. It is a part of the Desert Trek’s 50th-anniversary reimagining. The Trek Man logo from Clarks Originals appears on commemorative socks, a key fob, and a specially created heel counter to go along with the Trek Hi 50 Shoe’s re-launch.

For their most recent collaboration, Fieg and Clarks also gave the Lockhill, Sandford, Breacon, and Radlett shapes new colorways. They were influenced by the 1990s New York City shoe scene. All four styles include a combination of premium nubuck and suede, with oxblood, dark olive, light grey, and other seasonally suitable colors taking center stage. The distinctive crepe tooling from Clarks is atop each of Ronnie Fieg’s takes, which exude timeless elegance.

Enjoy the collection’s marketing photos up top and purchase the shoes on Saturday, November 5. But it at select Clark’s retailers all around the world as well as on clarksusa.com.

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