4 reviews
Men's Garren Plain
$47.98 $99.95 you save 52%
4 reviews
Men's Garren Plain
$47.98 $99.95 you save 52%
Color: Black Leather
  • $49.97 $99.95 you save 50%

Product & Brand Information

The Clarks Garren Plain derby provides classic, versatile style with its handsome leather upper, while the OrthoLite® cushioned footbed ensures superior comfort.
Style Number: 26114017
Clarks men's shoes are comfortable and stylish to take you from the office right through the weekend with boots, slip-ons, sandals and more.

Customer Ratings & Reviews

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Harrisonburg, VA
My son is really happy with his new shoes.
Suz in the Burg
Harrisonburg, VA
8/15/2016

These are well made and my son really loves the look of them. He wears them with jeans when he plays in jazz in clubs but also plans to wear them with sports jacket when more formal.

Sizing:
Feels half size too big
Bottom line:
YES, I would recommend this to a friend
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Joplin, MO
Great looking shoe
nanatu
Joplin, MO
10/3/2016

These shoes were purchased for my husband. I was looking for a color that could be worn with black, navy, brown. This does. They appear to be longer in the vamp but fit ok. They are heavier than Rockports that he usually wears. But this shoe is stylin' for my soon to be 76 year old man.

Sizing:
Feels true to size
Width:
Feels true to width
Bottom line:
YES, I would recommend this to a friend
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New York, NY
Nice looking and mostly comfortable
Dave
New York, NY
5/25/2016

It's a good shoe but I needed several attempts to find the right size. Clarks tend to run large and different in size depending on the shoe type.

Sizing:
Feels half size too big
Width:
Feels true to width
Bottom line:
YES, I would recommend this to a friend

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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Seattle, WA
Once again, inadaquate description & arch support
MI Walker
Seattle, WA
4/1/2016

The insoles of these shoes are flat. I used to be able to wear those flat shoes when I was young but now, (maybe from wearing shoes without arch support,) I can't unless I want to make an expensive visit to the podiatrist. My gripe is, why can't the manufacturer just say in the description, no arch support, or maybe, better yet, include an insole for people who need it. It's cheap when it's done at the factory but after market it can cost as much as $80 although one can find adequate insoles with arch support for as little as $20. I'm giving the manufacturer and Online Shoes a zero for not putting this info in the description.

Sizing:
Feels true to size
Width:
Feels true to width
Bottom line:
NO, I would not recommend this to a friend
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