Unisex shoes online
These £42 Hartry Top Jnr boots are part of the school boots range Clarks has a gender neutral ethos that anyone can choose any style they would like.
That she shouldn't try and compete with boys when they play chase – girls' shoes aren't made for speed, so perhaps girls aren't either?
In the statement, the brand explained: 'Today we have more unisex styles in our range than ever before.
This means we now have a wider range of closed-in styles, school boots and GORE-TEX styles'.
However an announcement on the brand's website today states: 'Clarks has a gender neutral ethos that anyone can choose any style they would like.' Clarks has announced on its website that it will unveil an a gender neutral school shoe range.
The news came after the brand came under fire for being 'sexist' for the second time in a week last month'Over the past few seasons, following customer feedback and market research, we have focused on creating more unisex shoes and we are looking at a number of elements of our business to promote this gender neutral ethos, both on our website and within our stores.'The statement explained that as a large global company, it is not always possible to implement all the changes they want to make as quickly as they would like but that they're looking to move as fast as they can to ensure this ethos is reflected throughout the brand.