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post #4726 of 6890
ive shoe trees for my db's. keeps 'em looking clean and sharp
post #4727 of 6890
No need imo, they aren't dress shoes or anything and they look great when beat up.
post #4728 of 6890
So I searched the thread and couldn't find mention of these anywhere, but I came across these Clarks Monks in-store the other day. http://www.clarks.co.jp/Mens/Originals_20341462.shtml Really not quite sure what to think. I think I like them, but certainly don't like the over $200 price tag.
post #4729 of 6890
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Originally Posted by bwahahahaha View Post
So I searched the thread and couldn't find mention of these anywhere, but I came across these Clarks Monks in-store the other day.

http://www.clarks.co.jp/Mens/Originals_20341462.shtml

Really not quite sure what to think. I think I like them, but certainly don't like the over $200 price tag.

The look like Desert boots with a buckle awkwardly glued on. Terrible IMO
post #4730 of 6890
How about these in mink suede? The color looks nice imho.
post #4731 of 6890
Rack Room shoes has the Taupe distressed for 59 with a 10 dollar coupon I found on the internet.
post #4732 of 6890
Thought i would share my rubber sole beeswax after ~ 4months of wear. It gathered a little patina near the toe, which was purely accidental.

post #4733 of 6890
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Thought i would share my rubber sole beeswax after ~ 4months of wear. It gathered a little patina near the toe, which was purely accidental.

damn these are aging really well
post #4734 of 6890
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Thought i would share my rubber sole beeswax after ~ 4months of wear. It gathered a little patina near the toe, which was purely accidental.


did you paint those or something? they're very dark.
post #4735 of 6890
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did you paint those or something? they're very dark.

I believe it was mentioned earlier in this thread that the rubber sole beeswax is darker than the crepe sole version. I did apply a layer of mink oil when I first got it.
post #4736 of 6890
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Thought i would share my rubber sole beeswax after ~ 4months of wear. It gathered a little patina near the toe, which was purely accidental.

where do you find rubber sole beeswax clarks?
post #4737 of 6890
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where do you find rubber sole beeswax clarks?

I've never seen them in the UK, but a search for clarks bushacre on ebay will bring up US sellers.
post #4738 of 6890
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Originally Posted by jbharris88 View Post
where do you find rubber sole beeswax clarks?

they are the bushacres
post #4739 of 6890
Has anybody changed laces on black suede Desert Boots? I'm thinking about it but would be curious to see what it looks like before I buy laces.
post #4740 of 6890
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Has anybody changed laces on black suede Desert Boots? I'm thinking about it but would be curious to see what it looks like before I buy laces.
to what color? I changed the laces on my dark brown DBs from dark brown to navy and now to tan. They looked very sharp with both.
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