Clarks Desert Boots

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

  1. MAINMAN1959

    MAINMAN1959 New Member

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    I would say get half or even one size down. I normally wear a size US9.5 or US10 and I got size US9. Fits perfectly.

    By the way, what site are you planning to get them from?



    www.numbersixlondon.com
     
  2. spacemanvt

    spacemanvt Senior member

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    Through most of August & September BR runs 40% off any full price merch every Wednesday (w/ coupon). Go in and get the coupons and then hit it up.

    If you're on their email list too, you can get the 40%s off occasionally for the online store. Helps if your local BR doesn't stock a ton.

    Size wise - I typically wear a US 11.5 and got an 11 in the Sand Suede DBs. Fits great.



    thanks dude!
    I dont live anywhere near a BR though, anyone got any online coupons i could kop?
     
  3. click here

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    www.numbersixlondon.com

    oh just checked that site out, you can actually get it much cheaper and new from the US Ebay site
     
  4. Johdus Fanfoozal

    Johdus Fanfoozal Senior member

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    Can someone please verify if these are legit or not.

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    3 Lace Holes and Non-Crepe Sole



    I don't think those are Clarks Bushacres.

    Bushacres are pretty much a DB on a rubber sole. Two eyelets. Same stitching. Don't know if it's the same quality as DBs but they look very similar.

    See JCPenny for Bushacre pics:

    http://www.jcpenney.com/jcp/X6.aspx?...larks+bushacre
     
  5. word

    word Senior member

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    The DBs Clarks made for BR have 3 lace holes exactly like that. At least the ones 2 years ago did.
     
  6. casemd

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    I love Mcalisters and clark boots but I need something that has traction in the winter. Any ideas?
     
  7. madd_haups

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    I don't think those are Clarks Bushacres.

    Bushacres are pretty much a DB on a rubber sole. Two eyelets. Same stitching. Don't know if it's the same quality as DBs but they look very similar.

    See JCPenny for Bushacre pics:

    http://www.jcpenney.com/jcp/X6.aspx?...larks+bushacre


    these are not legit and no they aren't bushacres. lookout for some sick new colorways coming out spring 11 though
     
  8. madd_haups

    madd_haups Member

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    Perhaps I'm late on this one, but Clarks Desert Oxfords?

    http://bananarepublic.gap.com/browse...scid=771029002

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    those are desert kahns. its a pretty cool shoe. technically just a low-top db. also, for sizing, all the originals (desert boots, wallabees etc) you should size down 1 size for your athletic shoe size or buy the same thing you would in dress shoes.
     
  9. pongityping

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    I bought those 3 lace holed DBs off eBay for $40 a couple months ago. They are made by Clarks, but they're not in the Originals line. So, I guess they're legit Clarks. The sole is polyurethane foam. Not bad. They've held up pretty well so far. They feel slightly smaller than my other Clarks DBs, in terms of fit.
     
  10. clark kent

    clark kent Senior member

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    they are bushacres. i sell like 5 pairs a week. i actually work at a clarks store.
     
  11. twblalock

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    Can anyone recommend some boots like Clarks with a narrower fit overall, especially in the heel? A leather sole would be a plus as well. And under $200! Leather is ok, since winter is coming and suede in the rain is a lost cause.

    My current pair of Clarks are wearing out, and I think I might want to replace them with a slimmer-fitting pair in a similar style. Although they improved after they were broken in, they still slip a little bit in the heels and it annoys me.
     
  12. tomorrowstars

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    Forgive me if this has already been covered (I've looked through a lot of these pages, but not all of them).
    I've been browsing the UK Clarks site and they have a lot more colour options than in N. America. I love my beeswax DBs (and hate suede shoes), so I'm looking for more in leather.
    Does anyone know of a source that ships these UK models to North America?
     
  13. Johdus Fanfoozal

    Johdus Fanfoozal Senior member

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    Forgive me if this has already been covered (I've looked through a lot of these pages, but not all of them).
    I've been browsing the UK Clarks site and they have a lot more colour options than in N. America. I love my beeswax DBs (and hate suede shoes), so I'm looking for more in leather.
    Does anyone know of a source that ships these UK models to North America?


    http://www.ebay.co.uk/
     
  14. CrispyDuck

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    Just picked up a pair of dark brown jeans. Wondering if anybody had suggestions as to the color of DBs I should wear them with? Thanks.
     
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