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How Esquire Kickstarted the Global Success of Your Favorite Desert Boot - Esquire

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You can’t mistake the classic silhouette of the original Clarks Desert Boots: The durable, crepe-soled suede footwear cut just above the ankle. It’s an enduring icon of modern design, and a remarkable combination of form and function.

When Nathan Clark, great-grandson of C & J Clark (better known by its trading name Clarks) founder James Clark, served in Burma and India during WWII, his family asked him to keep an eye out for new shoe designs. Nathan encountered a pair of boots in Burma that had been made-to-order at the bazaar in Cairo for 8th Army soldiers during the North African campaign. They were designed for the desert terrain as functional and comfortable alternatives to the heavy, painful—and hot—British government-issue army boots.

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Desert Boot

Desert Boot

Clarks clarksusa.com

$130.00

Clark returned with a plan for a remarkably simple and elegant chukka boot, but he wasn’t able to convince his family to produce them in his home country of Great Britain, minimizing the shoe’s wholesale and overall global exposure. But thanks to former Esquire fashion editor Oscar Schoeffler, who penned a feature on the desert boots after spotting them at a 1949 shoe fair in Chicago, demand for the shoes swept across America and Canada.

Sneakers were decades away from being accepted as casual-wear, but desert boots, advertised as “the world’s most travelled shoe,” had an irresistible dressed-up/dressed-down vibe that appealed to the teenagers and hipsters who were quickly becoming the new tastemakers. By the end of the ’50s—a decade that brought us rock ’n’ roll, white tees, and blue jeans—Esquire began publishing the work of famed beatnik author Jack Kerouac, whose “cool kid” fans were often seen sporting desert boots about town.

As the youth subcultures exploded in the ’60s, desert boots proved to be more than a passing fad. In Jamaica, the boots—known as “rebel shoes”—had a massive impact on the Rude Boy culture and music scene. Finally available in Britain, they were quickly adopted as standard Mod attire in Swinging Sixties London; “Les Clarks” took France by storm, and were soon the rage in Italy and Japan, too.

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The radical simplicity of desert boots struck a deep cultural nerve around the globe, and became a rite of passage, a mark of hipness.

Desert boots weren’t just for kids, either—they were for anyone, from any culture around the globe. And ever since, they’ve never become uncool. Because the truth is, they don’t belong to a specific era; they look as sharp today—and as well-suited to this moment—as they always have. We take comfort in their endurance, and are amazed by the brilliant collaborations and limited editions that push the genius of the basic design. Now and forever, they’re an elemental part of our wardrobe that only improves with time.



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