Clarks Desert Boots

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  1. jmem

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    Has anyone had experience replacing the laces on clarks desert boots? One of mine broke today and I'm looking for a new pair. I found this website http://www.shoelacesexpress.com/flatdress.asp and I'm thinking about the beige colored ones. Any opinions/ other options?
     
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  3. Robert

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    meh
     
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    got some beeswax today. wore them around the city and got some heel blisters lol. just put a fresh coat of chelsea leather food on them. [​IMG]
     
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    yea i like the way they turned out. they'll lighten up a little once it gets absorbed into the leather.
     
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    a couple days later after the leather food has soaked in.
    left and right are creasing differently but oh well.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Has anybody seen these yet? They're the "Taupe Waxy Leather". I'm trying to decide between these and the Beeswax...
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    I really want to grab a pair of 12 beeswax, does anyone know any canadian websites? or do any canadians know what the charge will be for shipping them over the border form somewhere like villageshoes.com?
    thanks
     
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    I ordered from villageshoes and had no problems, they were super quick.
    (i live in calgary)
     
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    a couple days later after the leather food has soaked in.
    left and right are creasing differently but oh well.

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    Oh NO! Unequal creases! All is lost!
     
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    I assumed you used the clear leather food?
     

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