TESTED: Clarks Triken Run

When I buy shoes, I want them to look good, feel great, and be fully functional. So when it comes to having an active lifestyle I want to know that I’m wearing the right shoes while still staying stylish.

So when the Triken Run shoes from Clarks caught my eye, I had to find out more, and that is exactly what I did.

Featuring an engineered knit, this modern sneaker offers great breathability. Suede linings and a leather sock liner provide a soft comfort, and a breathable OrthoLite® footbed further reduces shock. A durable rubber outsole gives it all-day walking power, and the EVA midsole makes it lightweight and flexible.

This ultra-breathable shoe is super lightweight and almost feels like it forms to your foot. Due to its weight and feel, it makes walking, running, or just scooting around super easy while remaining comfy on the feet.

 

 

The fresh minimal style of the Triken Run has a sleek look, a classic comfort and is great when worn very casual or even when dressed up a bit with jeans and a polo or dress shirt.

The Clarks Triken Run comes in blue, red, white, sage, black combi, and the ones I tested out the navy combi.

With a functional nature that can transition from daily activity to nightlife, be worn on a workout day, or out to the bar, you will you find yourself wearing these rather often. The best part? You’ll also be super comfortable while doing it, and if I’ve tried to impart anything it’s that you can look good, while still being comfortable.

 

 

 

The look, the feel, the comfort, we’ve tested out the Clarks Triken Run and they have passed the test with flying colours, aka, we approve!

Now that’s just my two cents, until next time, stay active and be comfy.

 

For more on the Triken Run visit the Clarks website today.

 

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