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The Latest Supreme x Clarks Originals Collab Is a Summer Footwear Flex and a Half

The brands are dropping five limited-edition versions of the Weaver silhouette.
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Clarks Originals may have a lot of classic styles in its stable, but the brand has no problem staying modern. Take its ongoing partnership with Supreme, for example. The latest collaboration between the brands is a limited-edition collection of five Weavers (think Wallabees, but more streamlined), in a range of bold colors. It's everything you could ask for in this kind of collab: great construction, luxe materials, and, of course, a Supreme box logo. 

The shoes was recently released on Supreme's website and in Supreme stores. Take a look at them all here—and best of luck trying to snag a pair. (Oh, and if you miss out, there's always last week's drop of Made in Italy Wallabees, which are also very good.) 

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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