What do you think of these badboys :D
When people talk about the desert boot, Nathan Clark didn't really invent them. The first desert boot, inspired by shoes worn by the now-extinct Khoisan tribe of southern Africa, was made by the Dutch East India company in the mid 1600s. The modern version, made by Herbert Schier in Swapkomund, Namibia since since 1938, is called the vellskoen in Afrikaans. "Fells-skoon" being the correct pronuniciation. They're handcrafted, no one pair of shoes is exactly alike, made of the hide of the kudu antelope. Its worn to this day by nearly every one in South Africa and Namibia. They're tough, durable and unique in a world of mass-produced shoes - 30 pairs a day turned out by hand in standard UK shoe sizes and every since pair of shoes, is yes - handmade!
Also available in black as well as red! $180.00 is a good price for quality, handmade desert boots!
Diemme and Stone Island are collaborating on a Combat boot. OK, they don't call a desert boot since its really a chukka but one can't helped but be impressed by the execution:
This bad ass mo f*ker could give Clarks a run for the money, $360 and it has Vibram rubber soles. You will love this look or you will hate it!