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  • It seems peculiar that a company started by Quaker businessmen during the Georgian era would be known for its pop culture associations rather than, say, its old-fashioned quality, workmanship, but the youthful associations of some iconic Clarks styles remain a driving force behind the brand to this day.

    The most famous Clarks shoe of all, the Desert Boot is an adaptation of a locally produced style of boot in Cairo that was popular amongst British officers stationed there during World War II. The design, a suede, ankle length silhouette with a crepe sole, is simple but instantly recognizable.

    They were instant favorites with wild but sharply dressed subcultures like Jamaican Rude Boys (just wearing Clarks in Jamaica was enough to provoke a police response) and English Mods.

    It isn’t difficult to see why. The Desert Boot encapsulates the appeal of the smart-casual sensibility. They are youthful without being juvenile, comfortable without being untidy, and sharp without being stuffy.

    This limited edition colorway pays tribute to the silhouette's popularity in Kingston, and the shoe's legacy for Jamaicans both on island, and around the world. With green and yellow stitching on the classic, premium black suede upper and signature crepe sole, the accented colorway takes its cues from the Jamaican flag. 

    If a size is not listed, it is sold out. 

    • Upper Material Suede
    • Lining Material Leather
    • Sole Material Crepe
    • Fastening Type Lace
    • Removable Insole No
    • Boot Leg Height 11 cm


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