Clarks Desert Boot - Men's

Clarks Desert Boot - Men's
Clarks Desert Boot - Men's
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Desert Boot - Men's by Clarks
The Clarks Men Desert Boot was born in the sands of North Africa, worn by the British forces during the Western Desert Campaign of World War II. That means it's a venerable 70 years old, but for some reason it's not showing its age. That's because timeless design and relaxed comfort never go out of style.

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