Making its debut in 1982, Nature celebrated Clarks time-honoured excellence in creating stitch-down shoes and answered a growing demand for contemporary, casual footwear. The early Nature was a distinctive shoe with unusually heavy leather and revolutionary underfoot comfort including Clarks Active Air technology. Ground-breaking in its innovation, Active Air uses a network of channels in the shoes’ soles to cushion every step.
Inspired by the perfect efficiency of nature and the elements, we’ve evolved the Nature series this winter with editions that stay true to the minimalism so inherent in Clarks DNA. With the most advanced footbed cushioning and ultimate flexibility, Nature offers high-impact comfort, so you have the freedom of motion to connect with the elements and let your obsessions burn brightly.
The Nature Collection
Nature VIII Khaki Combi
Nature VII White combi
Nature VII Dark Grey Combi
Nature VI Sport Black
Nature VI Sport Nude Combi
Nature VI Sport Khaki Combi
The principles of nature
The latest evolution of Nature perfectly blends sports DNA and advanced footwear science for extreme winter comfort.
An asymmetric, foot-shaped fit created around a hand-carved wooden last.
Form defined by the most advanced footbed structure and science.
High impact comfort
A combination of pioneering new materials, construction and technologies.
Optimal form and function from minimal component parts.
At the core of the Nature series is the implementation of optimal form and function while sustaining the minimalism that is so inherent in the Clarks DNA. Inspired by the foot in every aspect of its build, the Nature collection is intent on creating natural fit and feel footwear.
Without obsession, life is nothing
With Nature’s iconic look and organic comfort, new silhouettes bring a functional focus with innovative technical materials for adventurers taking on the elements.
Manon Lanza @allonsrider
Passion and obsession is at the heart of every day for surfer Manon Lanza.
"Surfing is hard, but it’s like nothing else. more paddling hours than seconds on the board. litres of salt water in the body and sand in the eyes."
"But surfing is also a search, being in the line-up, forgetting everything but the next swell, watching for the next wave. It’s paddling back out once more, ten times. It’s to fill with salt water but to empty our mind. It’s to be amazed by the progress of our friends. It’s to pull our friends by the leash when they’re at arm’s length. It’s opening our eyes in a duckdive – even if it stings – to catch a glimpse of the sun’s rays through the water. It’s to surpass ourselves, to be afraid and to challenge our limits. It’s magic. It’s addictive. That’s what I like. More than anything in the world."
Austin ross @austinross88
Austin Ross, a professional skier, speed rider and ‘lover of land, sky and sea’ lives and breathes his passion daily.
"Before sunrise, I feel the dull ache of yesterday’s adventures as my feet touch the cold morning floor. With coffee to wake the mind, and music to wake the soul, I arrive at the trailhead on the mountain pass north of my hometown. Standing under the snow-covered trees, I hear the grumble of a snowplough scraping ice from the dark, windy highway off in the distance."
"My headlight glows on the snow as I weave through the trees, the smell of fresh pine mixing with ski wax on my journey to the peak. As dawn appears, the sun colours the snow field pink, and snowflakes catch the morning light, sparkling like diamonds all around me. Taking in my surroundings, I pause and inhale deeply, feeling the pleasant sting of the fresh mountain air on my nose and lips. “My stomach tightens as I push towards the edge of the mountain and stare down the twisting couloir and its high granite walls. After a final gaze across the quiet kingdom, I begin sliding. Turn by careful turn, I navigate the mountain as if to solve a life-size puzzle, knowing that each decision could have dire consequences... Eventually I return to my truck, the light of day lost behind the mountains to the west, my clothes wet and cold from a day of climbing, skiing and flying in my home mountains. And, drifting into sleep, I dream of the next day’s mission..."