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Catch ‘Em While You Can: Clarks x Pokémon Torhill Hi

Catch ‘Em While You Can: Clarks x Pokémon Torhill Hi

Catch ‘Em While You Can: Clarks x Pokémon Torhill Hi

clock-circular-outline Posted December 06, 2023

In an exciting melding of worlds, Clarks, the iconic British footwear titan, is teaming up once again with the beloved Pokémon franchise to unveil a four-part collaboration that's set to capture the hearts of both sneaker enthusiasts and Pokémon traders alike.

Clarks x Pokemon Torhill Hi
Image Courtesy of Clarks Originals

Scheduled for release on December 8th, this partnership is all about bringing the magic of Pokémon to life through footwear.

This sophomore collaboration is designed to evoke feelings of nostalgia, as it reintroduces us to some of our favourite animated characters. Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, and Pikachu are all making appearances on their own Torhill Hi shoes. For fans who grew up with Pokémon since its 1996 inception and have cherished memories of trading cards, this collaboration is a dream come true.

Clarks x Pokemon Torhill Hi
Image Courtesy of Clarks Originals

The Clarks Torhill Hi, which made its debut earlier this year, takes the classic Wallabee Boot and infuses it with a laidback, contemporary vibe. The result? A mid-top shoe that perfectly marries style and comfort.

The colour palette for this collaboration is inspired by Pokémon's unmistakable characters, featuring vibrant shades of yellow, blue, orange, and green. The premium suede uppers are adorned with checkered Poké Balls, beautifully embroidered on the medial sides. Fuzzy collars and honeycomb-style liners not only add a touch of playfulness but also ensure a cozy fit.

Clarks x Pokemon Torhill Hi
Image Courtesy of Clarks Originals

Perhaps the most charming element of these sneakers is the tongue tags, which proudly display Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, and Pikachu, all stacked on ribbed rubber soles. It's a subtle nod to the world of Pokémon that only diehard fans will truly appreciate.

Clarks x Pokemon Torhill Hi
Image Courtesy of Clarks Originals

Whether you're a sneaker aficionado or a Pokémon devotee, mark your calendars for December 8th. These Clarks x Pokémon sneakers will be available at Clarks in-store and online, offering a chance to wear your nostalgia on your feet.

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