They don’t come cheap, but the Clarks Originals 65th anniversary limited edition desert boots do come with a good amount of exclusivity.
Clarks has teamed up with Trojan Records for a 40th anniversary version of its Desert Trek shoes, which are appropriately renamed the Clarks Trojan Trek shoes.
I know you all love a mod-related fashion talking point, so the Clarks Desert Boots – Ska Edition should keep you going for a little while.
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The new Clarks Originals desert boots are out ow, pretty much the same as all that have come before them. Except for this version, with an upper in British Millerain canvas. At first glance, it looks like a suede finish, but that upper is more of a waxed canvas, probably […]
Here's something for the 'how much?' brigade when they make it the UK in small numbers. I'm talking about the Clarks x Loopwheeler desert boots. It's the classic Clarks desert boot with a makeover – the suede upper being mixed with a Japanese knitted fabric made on a machine called […]
The loafer is something you love or loathe, with the tassel adding an extra love/hate dimension. So these Clarks Dixon Point loafers will be playing to a limited, but significant audience, despite their good looks. It's a classic look though, in a high shine black leather, it also has a […]