Go anywhere, do anything

Advertising feature in association with Clarks / 14 September 2018

Clarks Unstructured range uses exclusively tailored technology and the very best materials to help you to make every day extraordinary.

From travelling to hiking, playing sport, getting involved in a cause that is close to your heart, or spending time with friends and family, there are so many opportunities available to us. Unstructured by Clarks is a stunning range of shoes and boots that are stylish enough to see you through any experience or adventure, while offering a blissful fit and flexibility.

Clarks Unstructured  Dark Tan

Men’s Un Rise Lo, £79

Inspired by the philosophy that when you put more in, you can get more out, the Unstructured range uses exclusively tailored technology and the very best materials. The meticulous design maximises movement, to unlock your potential to explore and offer instant comfort for the life you lead.

Now that a more casual style has become the norm whatever the occasion, having the right shoes to go with this relaxed way of dressing is essential. Whether you prefer jeans and T-shirts, cropped pants with tunics, or skirts and knits, the new season’s exciting Unstructured collection includes casual, sport-inspired shoes and winter-ready boots that will blend in beautifully – ideal for walking the dog, taking in an exhibition or looking after the grandchildren.

Clarks Unstructured Aubergine

Women’s Un Adorn Lace, £69

With a focus on function and practicality, but offering premium shoes across the range, Unstructured by Clarks gives you the reassurance that you want from a tough product with a long life span.

So if you believe in putting more in to get more out, Unstructured will help you to make every day extraordinary.

Clarks Unstructured White Leather

Women’s Un Alfresco Lo, £69

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