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i was there today. they still had quite a bit left.
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Where do you live? May be cheaper on Amazon.

 

I live in Norway.

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i was there today. they still had quite a bit left.

cool, thx for the update - will head there later this afternoon

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cool. good luck. i don't know about you but I've hardly ever found anything there besides the db's. they were stocked with quite a few pairs of allen edmonds yesterday as well.
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I'm looking to buy the Desert Boot in Beeswax on Amazon. I'm looking for a size 9, but 9 M US seems to be out of stock, but 9 D(M) US is still available and I was wondering if there was a difference between the two, or will I be good to go with that size?

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It shouldn't make a difference, because D just means the width is medium / normal size. Unless you were looking for a specific width you should be ok.

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I just got my pair of Beeswax Desert Boots in 7.5D. Aside from the heel slip, the shoes fit perfectly everywhere else. Is this heel slippage expected? I don't think I can size down another half size or else the toebox and everywhere else besides the heel will be too tight.

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I just got my pair of Beeswax Desert Boots in 7.5D. Aside from the heel slip, the shoes fit perfectly everywhere else. Is this heel slippage expected? I don't think I can size down another half size or else the toebox and everywhere else besides the heel will be too tight.

Yes, for two reasons: first, the beeswax leather is fairly stiff when new. Second, it's only two eyelets and the top eyelet is pretty far down the instep. The good news is, once you've broken them in by wearing them around for a few days the problem goes away, or at least it did on my pair of beeswax Bushacres. I took Obenauf's Leather Oil to mine to hasten the break-in process.

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I remember when I first joined SF and I just needed to find Clarks desert boots. When I finally found them in my town they didn't have my size and I just thought ffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gif how will I ever become sf approved!
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omg me too

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Would some of you confirm that if I want a 7.5 UK I should get a 8US for Beeswax ? I'm thinking this via the help of this link on the Clarks US website : http://www.clarksusa.com/eng/customerService/sizeconversionguide.cfm

 

Thanks in advance !

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Hey guys I usually wear a 10.5 to 11 in sneakers would it be safe to buy a 10 in the desert boots.My left foot is 10.5 while my right is an 11 ( I know franken foot) .Ismthis sizing also accurate for other Clark's models specifically the wallabee
post #6013 of 6879
Hrm your best bet is to see if you can try them on in person; I'd say the Wallabee felt snugger than the DBs.
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What is this that I'm finding on uptherestore.com? I've been looking for the ronnie fieg slate blue clarks for a while and these look like almost the exact same thing.

clarks_originals_light_blue_suede_1.jpg
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What is this that I'm finding on uptherestore.com? I've been looking for the ronnie fieg slate blue clarks for a while and these look like almost the exact same thing.
clarks_originals_light_blue_suede_1.jpg
they look no different from the ones I bought from davidz
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