Clarks Desert Boots

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Jared, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. underwearer

    underwearer Senior member

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    whats so great about Clarks construction? I have a made in England pair and there's not really much going on.
     


  2. Robert

    Robert Senior member

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    It really doesn't make much difference. They look a lot alike anyway. Just go with whatever you want to buy and don't worry about it--Clarks, J. Crew, or whatever, it's just a freaking desert boot.
     


  3. dunelly

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    robert u are my favorite poster
    i was just asking to see if there was any glaring differences in sizing/quality
    theyre all the same shit to me lookwise
     


  4. Johdus Fanfoozal

    Johdus Fanfoozal Senior member

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    Perhaps this was covered somewhere in the other 2500 posts to this thread, so apologies to all.

    But is anybody else turned off by the white, spongy, cottage cheese-looking sole?
     


  5. dunelly

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    their desert boots, they'll get dirty and beatup anyways
     


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    [​IMG]
     


  7. Robert

    Robert Senior member

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    Hazarding a guess here... I think someone might be asked to leave.
     


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    ^^^Wow, first time i venture into Streetwear. . . not sure if I will ever come back. Thats taking "threadshitting" to a whole new level.
     


  9. underwearer

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    ^^^Wow, first time i venture into Streetwear. . . not sure if I will ever come back. Thats taking "threadshitting" to a whole new level.

    First time I'v seen that here and I never leave. Don't be scared, its not the norm.
     


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    Composer 2250:

    You need some serious fucking help.
     


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    @ mr. burns; are those beeswax?
     


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    @ mr. burns; are those beeswax?

    yes
     


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    Composer 2250:

    You need some serious fucking help.


    he was banned yesterday and re-registered under a new username.

    he appears to have the IQ of a hamster.
     


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    I can't wait until they have them in my size. Those boots look good all worn down like that. How versatile is beeswax? What is the most versatile color DB?
     


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