Anybody using Clarks boots?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by skan, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. skan

    skan New Member

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    Hello.

    I would like to buy a pair of Clarks boots.
    I could only find (and try) several models at physical stores near my home.
    For example the "Fawley Hi GTX" model is very wide, but I don't know about most others because they are not available in my country.

    I've decided to acquire them online but I need your opinion to be sure. I have a small and thin foot.

    I would like to know what models are supposed to be narrower or fit tigther, please.
    Any opinion would be great.

    GarnetTop GTX.
    MidfordTop GTX.
    Naylor Mid GTX.
    Rockie Hi GTX.
    Naylor Limit.
    Shapwick Manor.
    Senner Rise. (This is the only model I could confirm is slightly narrow).
    Midford Edge.
    Motive Mix.
    Rapple Fall.

    As you see I'm looking for urban boots.
    I've already contacted with the clarks customer support but they replied they aren't sure.

    Regards.
     


  2. NormanF

    NormanF Senior member

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    I've been considering the paratrooper inspired Newby Jump.

    In general with Clarks, go half a size down from your usual full size. I normally wear American 9 so I'd get 8.5 in Clarks.

    Its easier in UK online stores because equivalent provided Euro sizing takes the guesswork out of buying a correct fitting size Clarks.
     


  3. skan

    skan New Member

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    Hello

    The problem is that I use the smaller size usually available on Clarks, size 6.
    Some shoes size 6 fit well on my feet, some are too wide.
    That's why I would like to know what models are wider and what are narrower.
     


  4. NormanF

    NormanF Senior member

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    What type feet do you have? I have normal feet so for me D, medium or regular fit well. Some people may need a wider last. I recommend the default as indicated unless you have feet that can't fit the last described.
     
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  5. skan

    skan New Member

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    In my country you can't choose the width, unless you go for some expensive brands.
    But I guess I have a medium width and in some brands could be a narrow one.

    I know that some Clarks models are offered in different width, but most are just medium.
    Anyway, among all medium width models, some fit tighter than other because they have a different shape or because they use extra padding or stuffing.
     


  6. greeneye

    greeneye Active Member

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    I'm also thinking of getting Clarks boots. I liked following three, could not decide which one to go for.
    1. Naylor Top
    2. Goby Chelsea - I really liked the dual tone leather, but not sure about the back side zip.
    3. GoFor Action

    I'll be using them for my daily commute to work on bike, just 4 miles and on weekends... walking, bike, etc. No serious activities.
    Has anyone owned/used these styles before? what is your general opinion on these?
     


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