In a premium rust brown suede, these Desert Boots stay stylish and versatile. Launched in 1950 by Nathan Clark, the Desert Boot was inspired by a rough boot from Cairo’s Old Bazaar. An instant hit, it became the footwear of choice for off-duty army officers. Often imitated, never bettered, its clean lines are teamed with a simple lace fastening and signature crepe sole.
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