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post #3286 of 6880
PSA for people in the Toronto area: StyleSense @ Oakville place has Clarks DBs for CDN$79. IIRC, sizes were from 7 to 9 in sand suede, chocolate suede, black suede, and beeswax.

There was also a non-Clarks DB there that looked 10x better but it was a glue job from Italy. $40 and it was a lot sleeker.

Also had some cheap Ferregamos and Bottega Veneta flip flops for $400.
post #3287 of 6880
just bought these bad boys... These in an 11.5 fit slightly looser than a sand suede in 12...
post #3288 of 6880
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just bought these bad boys...



These in an 11.5 fit slightly looser than a sand suede in 12...
burgundy?
post #3289 of 6880
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Originally Posted by hboogz View Post
just bought these bad boys... These in an 11.5 fit slightly looser than a sand suede in 12...
They are dog colored
post #3290 of 6880
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Originally Posted by dunelly View Post
wear sand
Thanks. Any other suggestions in leather (looking to get something that wont get f'd up by rain)?
post #3291 of 6880
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Originally Posted by CrispyDuck View Post
Thanks. Any other suggestions in leather (looking to get something that wont get f'd up by rain)?

just get them uniformly wet, then you won't care. or use a seude brush if they get wet.
post #3292 of 6880
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What do people make of these?;




Obviously the second pair are approximately a thousand times more awesome. I'd never seen this 'Desert Mali' before yesterday, but it seems I'll be able to get a beige pair on the cheap. I think they strike the balance between workwear, wrestling, and desert boot quite nicely.

Apparently the desert mali is being reissued for FW 2010. From the various web sources, the reissue style might include black, brown, and three types of suede (guessing desert tan, some type of brown, not sure on the 3rd version). UK only, possibly. Anyway, am mildly intrigued.

Anybody know the price, and of a US source, or a UK dealer willing to deal to the US?
post #3293 of 6880
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Originally Posted by Asherlc View Post
just get them uniformly wet, then you won't care. or use a seude brush if they get wet.
Alright. Thanks for the info guys.
post #3294 of 6880
Which one should I get? Sand Suede or Beeswax I can't decide...leaning towards the sand suede but I'm worried it might get dirty easily and I can't wear it in the rain.
post #3295 of 6880
anyone know where i can get those desert khans in beeswax besides BR? they are completely sold out till september. i think that style would work in a office enviornment.
post #3296 of 6880
Beeswax or sand? They're both nice. Why not get both?
post #3297 of 6880
My sentiments exactly, I have a pair of sand but every retailer near me seems to be sold out off beeswax in my size. Anyone know how often Clarks ships to retailers?
post #3298 of 6880
Just get them on Ebay. Plenty of sizes and they're like $75 new.
post #3299 of 6880
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Originally Posted by Johdus Fanfoozal View Post
I don't think those are Clarks Bushacres.

Bushacres are pretty much a DB on a rubber sole. Two eyelets. Same stitching. Don't know if it's the same quality as DBs but they look very similar.

See JCPenny for Bushacre pics:

http://www.jcpenney.com/jcp/X6.aspx?...larks+bushacre


I have a pair of bushacres that I purchased from a Clarks store, they are the same as the ones in that picture. 3 eyes, rubber sole with zigzag tread, same stitching.
post #3300 of 6880
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burgundy?
Yup. Burgundy all day. Picked the sand bushacre's too. The burgundy's were $45...
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