Clearweather has just released a new silhouette called the Tempo and this colorway is called the Vulcan. Let’s trek it out.
If the Tempo Vulcan looks familiar it’s probably because you own a pair of Interceptors. Why Clearweather called these the Vulcan’s we don’t know. We can only assume it was a logical choice. You’ll notice the 4 way stretch mesh bootie upper, 4 way stretch heel counter and the lateral and medial nylon speed lacing system that we’re all about. For this new hybrid silhouette Clearweather added a rugged Vibram 213C sole unit. Just like their predecessors these Tempos run a little snug so be sure to half size up.
Clearweather is a Southern California based brand and the product of footwear design brothers Josh and Brandon Brubaker. Over the years the brothers Brubaker have built the Clearweather brand as an expression of their lifestyle and as a recreation of classics for the future. The Clearweather mission is to create clever footwear designs with premium materials for Men, Women, and Kids. Today the brand represents a combined 30 years of experience in footwear design engineering for brands such as Vans, Converse, Supra, Etnies, éS, and Creative Recreation.