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post #136 of 6890
hi, does anyone know where i can get a pair of Clarks Desert Boots in black leather in Toronto? i've tried GetOutside (which is the only store i've seen so far that even have desert boots) but they dont' have my size
post #137 of 6890
I don't, but have you checked out Zappos?
post #138 of 6890
already did no size either....
post #139 of 6890
Size down alot on these guys imo. 1 full size for me.
post #140 of 6890
i wears vans size 9.5 and i can't size down from that any further i already tried on the size 9 and couldn't get it to fit.
post #141 of 6890
I have multiple pairs of clarks wallabees, desert treks and desert boots.....lots of styles that date back to when they were made in Ireland. I absolutely love the Clarks Originals line......all the shoes are dope and look great with jeans.
post #142 of 6890
As far as sizing goes the Clarks are pretty spot on iMO, I have had several pairs of desert boots and treks and they all fit to the labelled size. They always tend to be tight across the bridge of the foot but stretch out after about a day or two.

Clarks have always been renowned for their foot sizing in the UK, ever since I was a kid (long time ago!). I'm currently on a pair of Dark Brown which I'm mainly wearing with my sammy's with a cuff, which brings me onto my question to you all: Do you wear them with a cuff/turn up or without?

The colour to own, and seems quite hard to get hold of is Cola.

post #143 of 6890
I dunno. I first ordered my Treks in 11 and they fit--I could get my feet into them--but the tightness across the bridge was painful. I exchanged them and went up 1/2 size and now they feel like mocassins. So nice. On the other hand, my Boots at 11 are almost perfect.
post #144 of 6890
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Originally Posted by tigerx View Post
hi, does anyone know where i can get a pair of Clarks Desert Boots in black leather in Toronto? i've tried GetOutside (which is the only store i've seen so far that even have desert boots) but they dont' have my size


Alot of places. If you go to the Clarks Canada site and type in your zip/postal they'll give you a list of locations. Pay particular attention to the mall shops. If they don't have it, then they might be able to order it for you. But they are $40 more than in the states.
post #145 of 6890
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Originally Posted by converge View Post
Zappos and Neiman Marcus both sell them.

Yeah, Johnny, NM is where I got the pics.
post #146 of 6890
Any opinions on the Desert Khan? It's like the desert boot as a shoe. I went into the Clarks store today to get desert boots in beeswax. They were unavailable so I picked up these, I figure they will be more useful in summer anyway.



Good alternative to suede bucks?
post #147 of 6890
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Originally Posted by Amory View Post
Any opinions on the Desert Khan? It's like the desert boot as a shoe. I went into the Clarks store today to get desert boots in beeswax. They were unavailable so I picked up these, I figure they will be more useful in summer anyway.



Good alternative to suede bucks?

I think they look nice. I love the clarks beeswax leather, it ages wonderfully.
post #148 of 6890
Does anyone know what the difference between half-sizes is in Clarks Desert Boots? I got a pair for crazy cheap on eBay the other day but they fit too tight and I don't know if I should go up half or a full size up.
post #149 of 6890
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Originally Posted by Amory View Post
Any opinions on the Desert Khan? It's like the desert boot as a shoe. I went into the Clarks store today to get desert boots in beeswax. They were unavailable so I picked up these, I figure they will be more useful in summer anyway.



Good alternative to suede bucks?

I dig them too. My local shoe shop has them in stock and I've been thinking about picking up a pair for a while now. Not sure how the look with shorts, though - and I've already got two pairs of desert boots to wear with jeans & pants.
post #150 of 6890
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Originally Posted by Halcyon View Post
Does anyone know what the difference between half-sizes is in Clarks Desert Boots? I got a pair for crazy cheap on eBay the other day but they fit too tight and I don't know if I should go up half or a full size up.
I'm still waiting for my Desert Boots to arrive in the mail, but I hear they tend to run a half-size large, similar to Chucks. I guess I'd go up a half size?
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