Beeswax leather upper. Rambler logo on the leather heel patch. Leather welt. Cup Sole. Classic Clarks-fit, true sizing. The famous desert trek (or bank robber, as its known in Jamaica) has been trekking around for 50 years now, and still looks as good as it did when it first wandered out of the Clarks factory in 1972. Originally known as Six Toes, the Desert Treks famous wide-footed Cornish pasty shape was based on a design found in Holland, and after a bit of honing courtesy of Lance Clark, became one of Clarks most recognisable shoes. If youre wondering what gives this particular pair that chunkier more robust effect, its probably the dodgem car protection thanks to some cup soling.
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