Clarks Released New Iconic Styles To Pay Tribute To The Popularity Of The Brand In Jamaica

Since they first hit the streets of Kingston, our profiles have occupied a special place in Jamaican culture. To celebrate this truly original connection, we’ve reworked three of our most iconic styles to pay tribute to the individuality the island is so famous for. #ClarksOriginals Clarks is proud to have been part of island life for almost 60 years now. Jamaica has given clarks so much love over the years. As a way of saying thank you, their working with communities across the island and making charitable donations to programmes that really make a difference.

1. Desert Jamaica Black

Desert Jamaica Black

Since their Desert Boot first hit the streets of Kingston, it has occupied a truly special place in Jamaican culture.They're celebrating this unique connection to the island with a limited-edition new Desert Boot, Desert Jamaica, which sees striking green and yellow stitching adorn the classic, premium black suede upper and signature crepe sole. Featuring a subtle design of the legendary Trek Man, too, this silhouette is finished with a custom fob, ankle loop and footbed that boast a bold, heritage pattern inspired by the Jamaican flag.


Comfortable, durable, and versatile, their most pioneering design becomes a new icon that pays homage to the individuality Jamaica is so famous for.

2. Jamaica Bee Black/

Jamaica Bee Black/

Since their Wallabee Boot first hit the streets of Kingston, it has occupied a truly special place in Jamaican culture. They're celebrating this unique connection to the island with a limited-edition new Wallabee style, Jamaica Bee, which sees a bold, heritage pattern inspired by the Jamaican flag adorn the ankle trim, heel and footbed of this classic black suede silhouette.


The premium upper and custom fob feature a subtle design of the legendary Trek Man while coloured aglets on its laces make this shoe feel extra vibrant. 

All enhancing its signature moccasin construction, their pioneering pair becomes a new icon that pays homage to the individuality Jamaica is so famous for.