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Originally Posted by petercoleman View Post

In the middle of an email correspondance to Clarks in order to get some free replacement laces. Anyone have the 5-digit model number for the Beeswax Originals db? They're requesting it, saying that it should be marked in the shoe but mine are pretty damn well broken in and I think it's worn off... 

 



Where is it supposed to be marked? Can't see any numbers on mine.

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In the email, Clarks said "the style number is located inside your shoes, and begins with 2, 3, 6, 7 or 8."

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Originally Posted by petercoleman View Post

In the email, Clarks said "the style number is located inside your shoes, and begins with 2, 3, 6, 7 or 8."


Oh yeah just spotted it: 78358

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Originally Posted by aussiejake View Post


Oh yeah just spotted it: 78358

Brilliant. And that's for the beeswax? 'Preciate it mate!

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not really liking my Bush Acres, really wanted the original BW.  any one want to buy em? size us 7

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Brilliant. And that's for the beeswax? 'Preciate it mate!

 



Sure is.

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One of my laces broke too, they replace these for free? My crepe soles are separated almost all the way around on both boots too. frown.gif Love these things and wear them often, not looking forward to having to break in new ones.
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Originally Posted by Vcook View Post

One of my laces broke too, they replace these for free? My crepe soles are separated almost all the way around on both boots too. frown.gif Love these things and wear them often, not looking forward to having to break in new ones.

Yessir, check out the FAQ.

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About to buy my first pair of Clarks DBs.. I'll be wearing them casually for the most part (with just dark jeans and a tee). What do you think would go better with that, the distressed taupe or beeswax? Any advantages/disadvantages in regard to suede vs leather?

Also what are Clarks like for sizing? Do they run big or small or about normal?

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Originally Posted by DaveCureton View Post

About to buy my first pair of Clarks DBs.. I'll be wearing them casually for the most part (with just dark jeans and a tee). What do you think would go better with that, the distressed taupe or beeswax? Any advantages/disadvantages in regard to suede vs leather?

Also what are Clarks like for sizing? Do they run big or small or about normal?


Honestly been answered 100's of times in this thread, probably in the last page or 3. You can't even be bothered searching?

 

Beeswax. 1/1.5 sizes smaller than your usual runners/shoes.

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Originally Posted by aussiejake View Post


Honestly been answered 100's of times in this thread, probably in the last page or 3. You can't even be bothered searching?

 

Beeswax. 1/1.5 sizes smaller than your usual runners/shoes.

 

No need to be rude. I'm clearly new to the forums. You could have just said "search a little through the thread in future."

 

Thank you for your answers regardless.

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for anyone considering it, do not put Sno Seal on your Taupe DB's...I did it and completely regret it.

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Would these be the sand DB's or grey suede?
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