Clarks Selbourne GTX Gore-Tex Active Air (Clarks Again)
These are replacing Rustlers GTX (Black) Active Air Shoes. Shown below, they looked much better when they were new: like this. They don't seem to have lasted as long as previous Clarks either - lasting around 2 years and then I stopped wearing them.
Here are the previous Clarks shoes I've had (and life span)
Clarks Rustler GTX Jan 2009 (2yrs)
Clarks Show Low GTX Feb 2006 (3yrs)
Clarks Other Active Air 2004 ish (2yrs)
I also picked up some Karrimor Border Walking Trainers - to replace some Adidas walking trainers - that surprise surprise they don't do anymore... but they did last about 9-10 years due to me not wearing them much. It will be interesting (in a nerdy kind of way) whether any of these new shoes are capable of lasting anywhere near as long as the Adidas shoes, hopefully by alternating a few different pairs of shoes they'll all last longer. Oh, and I've still got the Stride Trainers, some 11 years later.