Clarks Desert Boot - Women's

Clarks Desert Boot - Women's
Clarks Desert Boot - Women's
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Desert Boot - Women's by Clarks
Some things are best left unchanged, like the Clark Women's Desert Boot. Sporting the same look for over 60 years, the Desert Boot looks good on all ages and in all venues, be it a pool hall or the Tate Modern.

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SKU: CLA0014
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