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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.) 

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

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