Who should buy the Clarks Trigenic Flex

This low-top Clarks Trigenic Flex could be a great match for you if:

  • You are looking for a sneaker that has a three-part decoupled Vibram outsole unit, which offers an enhanced walking feel and superior flexibility.
  • You want a shoe that features an OrthoLite footbed that delivers support for different activities.

Clarks Trigenic Flex Logo

Style of the Clarks Trigenic Flex

With a quirky style, the Clarks Trigenic Flex comes in black nubuck, cool blue suede, and white combi, among several other color options. It has a low-key, yet eye-catching appeal that makes it ideal for everyday wear, paired with different outfits and combinations.

Clarks Trigenic Flex Upper

A casual-chic look can be achieved with these kicks when they're paired with jeans and a white t-shirt. A denim or bomber jacket should complete the street-ready style. Joggers, leggings, track pants, or shorts will also go well with the shoe's unique design. 

Clarks Trigenic Flex Mouth opening

Notable Features

The low-top Clarks Trigenic Flex shoes have an upper constructed with either smooth leather, nubuck or suede material. Its top has a soft feel, complemented by the full lace-up adjustability, which secures the fit. It also has a knitted midsole for additional detail and durability.

Clarks Trigenic Flex Insole

This breakout-style is developed by the brand from its archives, featuring a silhouette designed to mold to the foot. It has a classic moccasin construction that gives it a fancy appeal. Its lack of branding touches completes its high-class flair.

Clarks Trigenic Flex Midsole

History of the Clarks Trigenic Flex

The Clarks brand can trace its roots back in 1825, when the brothers Cyrus and James Clark established the label in Somerset, England. Initially, the business produced sheepskin rugs. In 1828, James decided to use the offcuts from the carpets and make them into slippers.

Clarks Trigenic Flex Heel

These rug slippers became the first Clarks footwear ever made. The company then began to receive attention for its designs, developing trade in the meantime. Its humble workings were soon to change, however, as the brand slowly rose to become a full-on shoe manufacturing endeavor.

Clarks Trigenic Flex Outsole

One of the brand’s eye-catching sneakers is the Clarks Trigenic Flex from the Clarks Trigenic collection, featuring a low-top silhouette. The design is like no other, featuring stitched edges that give the low-key model an attractive appeal.

Clarks Trigenic Flex Laces

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Suede, Nubuck
Colorways: Purple / Blue / White / Black / Brown / Grey / Beige / Green / Yellow
SKUs: 26107556407 / 26114423706 / 26114423707 / 26117462105 / 26117915100 / 26122572708 / 26128309509 / 26128315708 / 26139150406 / 26143953406

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Danny McLoughlin

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