Trends come and go but some products survive the ever changing landscape of ‘fashion’ when this happens the certain product is given iconic status. The desert boot has deservingly been given the iconic status. It crosses so many genres and demographics, every man should have at least one pair in their wardrobe. To celebrate its 65th birthday on the 18th March a special edition boot has been created in Maple Suede fabric which was used to make the first ever Desert Boot. Complete with commemorative fob and statement sapphire laces, the precious stone reflective of a 65th anniversary. The boot is available to buy here
Woolrich bring their high quality product to a classic Clarks silhouette for the Clarks Originals x Woolrich Desert Boot. Featuring a plaid style wool panel wrapping around the heel and smooth suede uppers sitting on top of a traditional crepe sole, they are finished with an embossed lace tag, trimmed with the same plaid fabric.
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Clarks’ limited edition 40th anniversary Desert Trek shoe. Accompanying this is the brand’s collaboration with the musically iconic Trojan Records. The efforts involve a commissioning of four artists to remix original tracks from the record company’s archives for Clarks’ #ORIGINALSREMIXED campaign, commemorating Jamaica’s 50 years of independence. Bringing the focus back on the shoe, the Trojan Records x Clarks Desert Trek model is offered in tan leather, a unique style that differs from the original Brown leather or suede versions known to most. Notable detailing includes a brandished Trojan logo on the quarter and the Desert Trek logo hit on the heel, while the insole reveals the model’s celebrated title.
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Today we can bring you a first look at the latest collaboration shoe from Supreme and Clarks. This time around, Supreme have opted to use the Clarks Desert Mali low model with a premium suede upper offered in several different colorways. Dual branding appears on the innersole along with an embossed Supreme logo stamped onto the heel. Set for release soon, the Supreme x Clarks Originals Desert Mali low will retail in Japan for ¥24,150 JPY (approximately $293 USD). An official American or UK price has yet to be announced.
It had to come and here it is now. Fall 2012 you will see the release of the iconic Clarks Originals Desert Boot in several camouflage options. Next to a more classic green camo, they also present a navy camo, both with a tonal pattern, thus not making it too attention seeking. Love em!!!
On the tail of numerous collaborations alongside other fashion brands, Oi Polloi took the unmistakable Clarks Wallabee and added a personal touch via two brand new colorways. Slated for release in 2012 at the shop in Manchester, a light tan and pale green edition will be available in the classic silhouette, which also features a standard gum sole and bold stitching around the toebox
Making its first appearance in the ’90s, the Clarks Originals Natalie has since become something of a fan favorite, owing to its clean lines and moccasin styling. This version comes in a lace-up boot with a combination of suede and leather on the upper, wrapped up in the unmistakable heavy-duty crepe sole that is the Natalie’s trademark. Complete with leather lining, the boot provides generous comfort and rugged good looks: Freshness
Hanon has just released this look at their latest collaboration with Clarks, the ‘Ashcott.’ Touted an a contemporary alternative to the traditional sneaker, they’ve revived this silhouette from the archives and brought it into current fashion. Both versions pictured use high quality leathers and suede’s sourced from England and contrasting lacing. Look for these to drop this Saturday, April 9th.