Sold since the early 50s, the Clarks Desert Boot has graced the feet of style icons for more than half a century. It’s famously known for its soft suede upper and casual crepe sole, but those who find the look to be somewhat unsophisticated might like to learn the company makes a high-end version of the classic boot, one with a Goodyear-welted leather outsole and luxury suede upper.
Of course, the upgrade will demand a pretty a pretty penny — 38,000 of them, actually — but East Dane slashed more than $70 off the asking price. Can’t find your size? Clarks is also running a sale on clarksusa.com.
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