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Clarks Men's Bushacre 2 Boot


Price: $60.96 - $120.00
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Brown Suede
  • Leather
  • Imported
  • Manmade sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 5" from arch
  • Heel measures approximately 1"
  • Approx. 1'' heel height.Approx. 412'' boot shaft height
  • Metal eyelets,Synthetic crepe sole
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Product Description

Clarks has been in business for over 100 years making very fine men's dress shoes in a variety of styles. Featuring a wide range of top-quality components, Clarks gives you the options you desire in the quality you demand.

Clarks Bushacre Boot

  • ASIN: B00B1I5KFU
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Item model number: Bushacre 2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    Customer Reviews

    Very comfortable and great look.
    Kurt J. Olson
    Definitely listen to the consensus on the comments; these boots run a full size or half size too large, so buy a size or half smaller than you usually order.
    Prophet
    They look great with jeans or casual dress style pants.
    Bob Hoskins

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    320 of 333 people found the following review helpful By flannelforlife on December 27, 2012
    ATTENTION MEN: I have done all the work for you.

    I know what you're looking for.

    You are looking for a boot that looks manly, both rugged and refined. You want to wear it to the office with khakis, and you also want to wear it with your jeans to chop wood in. You definitely don't want to worry about it in the snow, and you need it to keep your feet dry. Men don't like wet feet.

    You're not a cowboy in Montana so you can't buy cowboy boots without being a dork, and they can't be too heavy because you need to outrun wild animals if necessary. It can't be too tall or too low because you need it to be versatile for in-and-out-of-office use, and it absolutely has to have a low profile with clean, simple lines and stitching, because that's what gentlemen wear. And of course it can't have too tall of a heel because women wear high heels. Men just have heels on our boots and we don't talk about them.

    Also, because men like leathery things, you need them to be leather, and not shiny or too clean looking...but a sweet looking, aged, broken-in, badass man leather. Suede can be appropriate in certain occasions, but you want real deal leather. After years of searching, I have found the perfect leather man boot.

    The dark brown leather chukka Clarks Bushacre 2 Boot is the same shoe as the Desert Boot, but has a much more durable synthetic sole. It's not as springy as the Desert Boot, so some might say they're not as comfortable. I disagree and literally wear these every day. I've had the Clarks Desert Trek before (not the Desert Boot, but with the same crepe sole) and sure they were comfortable. However - the soles started to wear down pretty quickly, and they literally melted - MELTED - to the seat of my car on a hot day.
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    115 of 121 people found the following review helpful By flannelforlife on November 20, 2013
    ATTENTION MEN: I have done all the work for you.

    I know what you're looking for.

    You are looking for a boot that looks manly, both rugged and refined. You want to wear it to the office with khakis, and you also want to wear it with your jeans to chop wood in. You definitely don't want to worry about it in the snow, and you need it to keep your feet dry. Men don't like wet feet.

    You're not a cowboy in Montana so you can't buy cowboy boots without being a dork, and they can't be too heavy because you need to outrun wild animals if necessary. It can't be too tall or too low because you need it to be versatile for in-and-out-of-office use, and it absolutely has to have a low profile with clean, simple lines and stitching, because that's what gentlemen wear. And of course it can't have too tall of a heel because women wear high heels. Men just have heels on our boots and we don't talk about them.

    Also, because men like leathery things, you need them to be leather, and not shiny or too clean looking...but a sweet looking, aged, broken-in, badass man leather. Suede can be appropriate in certain occasions, but you want real deal leather. After years of searching, I have found the perfect leather man boot.

    The dark brown leather chukka Clarks Bushacre 2 Boot is the same shoe as the Desert Boot, but has a much more durable synthetic sole. It's not as springy as the Desert Boot, so some might say they're not as comfortable. I disagree and literally wear these every day. I've had the Clarks Desert Trek before (not the Desert Boot, but with the same crepe sole) and sure they were comfortable. However - the soles started to wear down pretty quickly, and they literally melted - MELTED - to the seat of my car on a hot day.
    Read more ›
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    84 of 92 people found the following review helpful By David The Technically Inclined on April 17, 2011
    Color Name: Sand SuedeSize Name: 8.5 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    The only difference between this and the standard Clark's Desert boot is the slight difference in the choice of colors and the fact that this has a synthetic sole (and a very durable one) rather than the natural crepe sole. I sprayed waterproofing silicone on it before the winter (the dirtiest, messiest NYC winter in my 50-year memory), and this did not change the color at all, but at the end of the winter the boots were completely unscathed by the snow and ice the city failed to clear (little kids were trying to help the city's snow-plows!). No slipping or sliding, no water ever touched my socks, my feet were warmer than one would expect, and they cleaned off easily. The laces started giving out after all that heavy use, but for $2 they're easily replaced.
    The other on-line shoe place has all the models, and I have 2 of those other Clark's Desert Boots as well.
    If it's a Clark's Desert Boot, I'd say you can't go wrong.
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    19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By K.Haag on October 2, 2013
    Color Name: Beeswax LeatherSize Name: 7 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    The Bushacre 2 is a great quality piece of footwear. The Beeswax color on the bushacre is lighter than the Desert boot, just to be warned. I would recommend sizing down a 1/2 size. For reference, I wear a 7.5 in Sperry's sockless, and a 7 sockless/crew sock in the Bushacre 2. At the price point Amazon is offering, believe it's worth it.
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    24 of 31 people found the following review helpful By I. McMillan on February 28, 2012
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    For those yearning for the simplistic past yet wanting to compromise nothing to the present, this boot is for you. I own as well a Clarks Desert Boot with the only difference being the sole. However, having the privilege of an A / B comparison, to be true I prefer the "right out of the box feel" of the Bushacre. Pick your colour and think of nothing else. My only caution to those buying on-line would be to purchase a 1/2 size smaller than you normally would. All comments you may have read pertaining to this necessary sizing adjustment I have found to be true for Clarks as a whole. Now my friends, " Trod On"!!!!
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