First introduced in the 1970s, this Clarks Originals lace-up is designed on a unique comfort shape last. The black suede upper is teamed with a leather heel piece that features the Trek man emblem. Staple features also include the central butt seam and crepe sole.
This Originals Desert Boot has been revived in Charles F. Stead brown suede. Launched in 1950 the Desert Boot was inspired by a rough boot from Cairo's Old Bazaar. An instant hit, it became the footwear of choice for off-duty army officers. Often imitated, never bettered, its simple clean lines are teamed with an unfussy lace fastening and Clark's signature crepe sole.
Men's shoes that take the original Desert Boot construction yet sit just below the ankle with simple, clean lines. A modern twist on the classic Derby, this style is designed in premium black suede and teamed with their signature crepe sole. An archive re-launch that is as wearable and relevant as ever.