Clarks Originals Unveils Its “Paint Pack” Desert Boot for FW21

An alternative look for a classic silhouette.

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Clarks Originals turns its focus to its epochal Desert Boot for Fall/Winter 2021, reworking the silhouette as a part of its eye-catching “Paint Pack”.

The Desert Boot — which took center stage in Clarks Originals’ “Jamaica Pack” earlier this year — is arguably the brand’s most iconic shoe. Traditionally crafted with a soft suede upper atop a sturdy crepe sole, the Desert Boot has gone on to dress an array of subcultures across the world for near on a century.

Now though, the boot takes on a slightly different look from its original, with a white-colored crepe sole that sits beneath a comfortable black upper. Completed with a duo of hang tags that have become synonymous with the brand, each boot is completed with subtle embossed branding at the heel.

Available to buy now from SVD, the Clarks Originals “Paint Pack” Desert Boot retails at €250 (approximately $304 USD).

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