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    Clarks Desert Boots Sizing?

    Looking at nabbing a pair of Clarks desert boots off of eBay but just wondering what their sizes are like. Are they true to size or should I get a size down or a size up?

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    I think they are pretty true to size. I find a lot of shoes are slightly on the large side in my size, and my clarks desert boots are much more snug.

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    Nice one, thanks for the help!
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    I had to get a full size down.

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    I have a pair in suede and leather, both are size 11(US) but the leather ones are a bit more roomy. So you might want to go try on a pair as they shouldn't be too hard to find before you make your purchase, just to be safe

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    I find desert boots in general slightly larger than specified size. Ideally, like all things, you are going to want to try these on. I would never buy a pair of boots online before trying the exact pair on for size...... and clunky boots isn't a good look. Hope that helps
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    Fit true to size. Look great, but the suede wallabees are far more comfortable. When I'm next in the market for the some clarks, I will find it hard to favour DBs over the wallabees even though I realise the desert boots are considered more fashionable at the moment.

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