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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 3, 2010
Just as I remembered from my youth, other than the high price tag. As others have said, despite the "Clarks of England" box they come in, the shoes are made in Vietnam. But the quality is fine, and these look like they will last a long time. Exposure to water (like rain) creates spots on them, but they can be brushed out. Allow them a few weeks to break in adjust to your feet and you'll feel like you're not even wearing shoes.

Update 3/22/2011: Just bought my 3rd pair of these. Now I have pairs in brown suede, oakwood, and beeswax. These are the only shoes I ever wear to work.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on October 1, 2013
I normally wear a size 12 (US male), but ended up getting a size 11 after a few attempts at getting a pair that fit. Otherwise a great and comfortable shoe that holds up great even working in a lab environment.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on May 10, 2015
i am a 12 but got a 11 for this pair, as usual for my other clark's.

What can i say. This pair of shoes is not only fashionable but also of great price at Amazon.

I am from Hong Kong and it took less than a week to get these delivered to me with the cheapest method. Absolutely stunned.

But there are also two negative things about these shoes. As usual and expected, Clarks dessert boots/shoes are by no means comfortable due wholly to the sole and the lack of arch support, especially for a flat footer over here. Also, they are made of hides. Needless to explain what would happen during rainy days and how hard the caring could carry out.

But by far, I love them with slim pants and jeans. And they are of no exaggerated design
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on December 15, 2011
I bought these Clark shoes because I used to wear them almost 40 years ago and wanted
to see if they were as comfortable now as then. When they arrived I put them on and went for a 2 mile walk. I bought the size I would always buy, I did not do as some say and go a .5 size smaller. They felt fine to me and more comfortable then I recalled. Glad I remembered the desert boot!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 11, 2014
These fit great are super comfy and look great. Classic simplicity. Would buy again for sure. Stylish enough for weekends and classic enough for work.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 11, 2014
Great casual shoes. Dressy enough for many occasions. These shoes remind me of Clark's Desert Boots, but not clunky. Exceeded my expectations
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on August 7, 2013
Look very nice. Light-colored stitching looks sharp. Distressed taupe looks a bit more grayish and a bit less brownish, but still goes well with browns, tans and greens. Sole is made of crepe (whatever that is), the same kind they use on the original desert boots, so it will get dark with dirt as you wear them, and fuzz and lint will stick to it. Makes me glad I didn't go with the light beige color shoes.

Finally, they fit very well and are very comfortable. Just need a couple of times till the leather relaxes, so be patient. Officially, I wear size 11 and the ones I bought are size 11. That said, sizes 11.5 and even 12 usually fit me better with other brands and types of shoes/boots/sneakers, so, if in doubt, err on the side of a smaller size.
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on April 24, 2015
Clarks Jink shoes are the most versatile shoes I have ever owned. Casual enough to wear with jeans and a T shirt, yet classy enough to wear with some chino pants and a button down shirt. This is actually the second pair of Jink I buy, along with a third pair I ordered in Olive Nubuck. My only complain about this shoes is the sole.

Crepe soles pick up every bit of dust, dirt, cigarette butts and anything small laying on the floor. Eventually the soles turn black from all the dirt they have picked up. Even so, this is a minor complain and the comfort this shoes provide are second to none.

I only hope I will be able to find this shoes again when the time comes to put this pair to rest!
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on June 5, 2013
I'm a big Clarks fan, and this is my 3rd shoe by Clarks in addition to my 2 desert boots. The outsole is nice and soft. It kind of chips away, but I believe all Clarks with crepe soles do that. The insole is nice and supple near the heel area (it does not extend to the rest of the foot). The brown is a nice, crisp color that seems to age well. The shoe goes well with casual or business casual clothes. I like the laces, too. I'm not sure what they're made of, but the material feels/looks nice. Overall, this is a quality shoe for a good price. I decided to get these instead of Sperry's and I'm glad I did.

Note: I use Aldo insoles with these when I wear them without socks.
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on February 13, 2015
These shoes look really nice. I wore them for a job interview recently, and I felt that I was dressed appropriately. The soles are very thin however, so they aren't all that comfortable, especially since I usually wear Clark's Wallabees, which have a very thick sole. I probably would not choose these shoes if I had to do a fair amount of walking during the day. They would be fine for wearing around the office however, or if you want to look good but not too dressy. The ring of plastic around the back also cut into my feet by the end of the second day of wearing them.
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