Clarks Kids X National Geographic

Clarks Kids X National Geographic have launched an exclusive range of sustainable fashion-forward shoes for tots through to teens. The collaboration aims to inspire and educate our children to be more eco-wise, and more aware of the animals who live it in.

The colourful collection is inspired by some of the 9,000 amazing species featured within the National Geographic Photo Ark, which is a global initiative dedicated to documenting every animal from bugs to big cats, to help raise awareness of threatened species and inspire us to help those creatures who are at risk of extinction. The initiative is a part of the #savetogether campaign which is building awareness of threatened animals.

The print design of the shoes features threatened animals such as the Poison Dart Frog, the Harlequin File Fish, the African Leopard and many more.

The collection has a sustainability commitment and uses renewable material within each design. For instance, the upper canvas on the City Geo is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles and the comfy foam insoles are made from recyclable materials. Each shoe box is made from 90% recycled paper and is 100% recyclable too. The quality and comfort of these shoes are not compromised in any way and they meet all the expectations I had from a Clarks Kids shoe. Both Finn and Olivia have road tested the shoes and are very comfortable running, jumping and climbing in them and not a smelly foot or a blister in sight.


The range include:

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The Roamer Geo (0 – 2 years)

The perfect pre-walker shoe, comes with a lightweight sole which provides a barefoot feel. The wide rip tape fastening makes it easy to put on and off and the knit collar provide a sport inspired look. The cushioning sock Foam contains 15% recycled foam and the printed canvas is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles.

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The City Geo (2 – 12 years)

The City Geo has all the elements you would want in your children’s shoes. It is colourful, comfortable, supportive and practical. The City Geo comes in five fun designs and would suit any little adventurer. The easy rip-tape fastening is perfect for supporting your little one with independent learning and the sole are lightweight and are designed to support your child’s natural foot movement.

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Cyrus Geo (5 -12 Years)

Like Roamer Geo and The City Geo, the Cyrus Geo Canvas is made from 100% recycled bottles and within the lining material the mesh is made from 50% recycled material. The Cyrus has an inner zip, making it easy for your little one to put on their shoe or take them off. The outsole is durable & lightweight that bend naturally with growing feet. The shoe boot style is a must have for this season.

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The Big Cat Collection (Kids sizes 10 – 2.5)

The Big Cat Collection is a truly wonderful range which uses Natures most endangered cats – the Bengal Tiger, the Cheetan and the Black Leopard combined with Clark’s iconic design the Desert Boot. This collection is limited edition.

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Scape Geo (5-12 Years)

The Scape Geo is designed to keep your child comfortable whilst playing sport. The Scape Geo has a contemporary knitted uppers and a lightweight flex groove EVA soles for maximum free movement. The Agion infused linings and eco foam fabric socks keep feet fresh while providing unbeatable comfort. The print is discreet in daylight but more evident at night due to the reflective material, perfect the fashion conscious.

For more information or to browse the collection, click here.



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