or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Clarks Desert Boots
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Clarks Desert Boots - Page 208

post #3106 of 6920
Just want to add my experience on sizing, since I finally got it right. I would go half US size down from dress shoe size (size measured on brannock device). Or go by the UK size and size down 1 full size (ie if you are a 10US, go down to a 9UK which is marked 9.5US).
post #3107 of 6920
^ I'll do the same. At the store the other day, I measured 9US on the Brannock device. I went with the 8.5s. Though moderately snug in the middle of my foot, they are way more comfy than the 9 that I tried on. The 9s felt very similar in the foot (no slippage at the heel), but the ankle material of the boot was too big and felt weird when I walked around. I'm happy with the half-size reduction after a couple days of wear.
post #3108 of 6920
let me contribute on the sizings too. Basically just buy whateve size you are in in converse chucks for a loose fit, and 1/2 size down from chucks for a snug fit and stretch it later.
post #3109 of 6920
My suede desert boots stretched out a lot.
post #3110 of 6920


supposed to drop this fall. not sure if it's only in europe though....i dig em.
post #3111 of 6920
Im not personally a fan
post #3112 of 6920
No, thank you.
post #3113 of 6920
Quote:
Originally Posted by raags View Post
Anything I can do to get the black denim bleed out of my beeswax DBs?

Leave it. The bleeding looks great.
post #3114 of 6920
Sale on DBs at the Piperlime website for those interested.
post #3115 of 6920
Looks like at least so far the sale is only for certain colors and not the sand suedes I've been eyeing. Maybe they will all be included soon?
post #3116 of 6920
Is there any real difference between this DB and the black suede? http://www.glorysales.com/clarks-ori...sed-p-514.html Black suede or distressed black?
post #3117 of 6920
Quote:
Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post
Is there any real difference between this DB and the black suede?
http://www.glorysales.com/clarks-ori...sed-p-514.html

Black suede or distressed black?

uh. leather and suede?
post #3118 of 6920
Just for all you cats in Australia that like Clarks.... Up There Store in Melbourne will be sole stockist once it's open in September....there will be an online shop as well.....check it- www.uptherestore.com
post #3119 of 6920
Okay so I was brushing my teeth and dropped a few bits of water on my clarks, and what the fuck. Instant stain, can't get it out. tried rubbing with a dry cloth, didn't do anything. tried rubbing with a damp cloth, made it worse. I googled solutions to water stains on suede, and I found a lot of different ones that are all tedious and annoying. Is there an easy or efficient way to get water stains out my clarks? and I do plan on getting them treated after fixing them.
post #3120 of 6920
Quote:
Originally Posted by CrazyJew View Post
Okay so I was brushing my teeth and dropped a few bits of water on my clarks, and what the fuck. Instant stain, can't get it out. tried rubbing with a dry cloth, didn't do anything. tried rubbing with a damp cloth, made it worse.

I googled solutions to water stains on suede, and I found a lot of different ones that are all tedious and annoying.

Is there an easy or efficient way to get water stains out my clarks?

and I do plan on getting them treated after fixing them.

Nah, just wear them in the rain, rough them up.
I tried to baby mine for a while, its futile.
And silly, they're boots.
It's like when you get a new pair of white shoes, and they look goofy at first, and then you get one mark on them and it looks silly but later once they're all evenly beat, they look good.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Streetwear and Denim
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Clarks Desert Boots