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Clarks Women's Ankle Boots

Built for style and practical wear, Clarks women's ankle boots are available in leather , suede and synthetic materials and are perfect for wear all year round. Ensuring you tuck your trousers into the boots will allow you to show off your new Clarks ankle boots.

Different styles of Clarks ankle boots

Practical and functional leather ankle boots tend to have laces for easy wear and comfort. The laces go all the way up to the top of the uppers.

Sleek and simple in design, Clarks ankle boots that have high uppers, and no laces, feature a side zipper.

The popular Chelsea boot is characterised by the elastic gusset. The stretch allows the boots to be pulled on. For maximum comfort some styles also feature a zip.

Clarks ankle boots featuring no zips or laces are designed to be pulled on with ease, so you can put them on without any fuss.

Different types of Clarks ankle boots

Flat ankle boots have no heel at all and they usually have thicker soles for added comfort. These are ideal for women who do a lot of walking, especially when it comes to the commute to work.

Ankle boots with a low heel typically feature a solid chunky heel for extra support. If you want a little extra height, low heels are ideal as they elongate your legs without jeopardising your comfort.

Most styles of ankle boots have a slim, block or wedge mid heel.

Different fastenings

Convenient and practical, zip up Clarks women's ankle boots are a popular choice. There are no fiddly laces to untie and do up. All you have to worry about is not catching your fingers in the zip, as you speedily put them on.

Laces provide a comfort fit that can be adjusted to suit you. Clarks lace up ankle boots are designed to be fastened all the way up to the top. This doesn't mean that you can't customise your comfort and look.

Ankle boots that feature no fastenings at all are designed to be pulled on. Some boot styles feature practical side tabs that allow you to grip on, whilst wriggling your foot into the boot.

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