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Brand: END. x Clarks Originals

Model: Wallabee GTX

Key Features: The premium leather uppers feature a pixelated digital camo pattern and sit under a protective GORE-TEX membrane. A rugged Vibram outsole provides stability and comfort, while reflective 3M laces, dual-branded triangle tags, and a heel pull tab complete the look. This sneaker is available in two colorways: earth pixel and grey pixel.

Release Date: September 22

Price: €219 on END. Launches (approximately $255)

Buy: END. Launches

Editor’s Notes: END. and Clarks Originals have teamed up on a pack of two Wallabee GTX sneakers, where the GTX denotes the kicks’ water-repellent GORE-TEX coating.

In addition to the weatherproofing, the sneakers feature a “digi camo” printed fractal pattern along the upper, giving the project a military-inspired feel. The pattern, paired with the GORE-TEX coating and rugged Vibram outsole, ensure that these sneakers are ready for the great outdoors.

The sneakers drop alongside two different bag models. Arriving in the same colorways as the kicks, the lumber pack is slightly smaller and more mobile, while the rolltop bag allows for increased storage. Check them out below.

Available in two colorways (grey pixel and earth pixel), sneakerheads will be able to pick up a pair on Saturday September 22 for approximately $255.

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