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The shoe also known as the "Bank Robber" is exactly what your footwear rotation is missing.
SHOP $150, zappos.comWelcome to The Esquire Endorsement. Heavily researched. Thoroughly vetted. These picks are the best way to spend your hard-earned cash.Let's do this with reggae songs, considering how deeply Clarks shoes are embedded in Jamaican culture. If throwing on a pair of Desert ...
Raekwon, Jadakiss, and more on the making of the documentary Clarks and New York: Soles of the City.
The Wallabee is a weird shoe. The square toe. The wedge sole. The two-eyelet closure. It all comes together to form something that looks distinctly different from, well, pretty much everything else out there. And yet, it's an icon. And nowhere is ...
The Desert Boot, Wallabee, and more made even better.
Back in 1967, Clarks released a shoe called the Wallabee. The British brand took inspiration for its design from a German-designed moccasin, and the style became a staple in men's wardrobes through the years. It even still remains a cult classic these ...
Water-resistant suede? We're into it.
Toying with an icon is risky business but, if you’re going to do it, why hold back? With their striking, whiter-than-white new Desert Boot 221, Clarks spins a bold, fresh variation on their enduring classic.Top Story: The 13 Monarchs From the Royal Families of ...
They're made with upholstery fabric, and they look really damn cool.
I have long desired to dress like a really good rug. Or maybe grandma's fanciest couch cushion. There's just something about those hard-wearing, intricately fabrics that sets the dopamine flowing in my menswear-addled brain. I've long known I'm not the only one who ...
A close look at the A-list Scandi actor’s minimal style.
Scandinavia is annoyingly perfect. Most of its five countries place top 10 in the happiest places to live and the Swedes in particular can boast that they recycle 99 percent of locally produced waste and have the least air pollution in all ...
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