From the label that brought you all leather Air Force 1's, Vans and New Balance rips comes scratched suede Clarks Wallabees that, yes, are also belligerently expensive. Named the Bracken boots, I guess the folks at Hender Scheme ran out of iconic sneaker silhouettes to knock off, so they moved onto business casual. An all leather version of a Clarks Wallabee doesn't make much sense though because that's still just a Clarks Wallabee. These are like the hyperbolic version of what happens when you buy a pair of Clarks and rock them even though it's raining, a decision you immediately regret. You try to flip them on eBay so you can buy a new pair and attempt to play it off like they're "lived in". No one's buying that horseshit, breh.