An international cult classic, the Desert Boot is inspired by the crepe-soled boots worn by British officers in World War II, and that just might be why Prince Harry wore them in Jamaica to celebrate his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II’s 60 years on the throne.
Sounds like a good pick, these soft, supple leather upper and a genuine plantation crepe outsole deliver all-day comfort. It’s timeless styling has remained unchanged for fifty years, and will probably be around for 50 more years.
In 1950 a soft, floppy, ankle-high boot with military inspiration stepped into the fashion scene and became an icon. A timeless classic almost unchanged since its launch, the Clarks Desert Boot continues to defy the sands of time and ranks amongst the most iconic shoes ever crafted. Nature-formed last allows for a natural toe spread.
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