My wife and I have started to regularly take longer walks of 20+ kilometers mainly on smaller pebbly and dusty paths or dirt tracks in the countryside and I feel reluctant to use my nice looking Brogue shoes for this purpose.
The fake British Major in the Clark's commercial convinced me that these boots - though not being pretty nor likely in a very good quality - were appropriate for the task in hand.
My experience is only a number of shorter walks of 5-6 kilometers and a single longer walk of 23 kilometers, which unexpectedly resulted in 3-4 blisters on the right foot; so still too soon to give my final judgement on these boots.
I just hope that I am not deemed poor sartorial taste in all Eternity for this purchase :-)
|Fair Isle knit; Tweed cap; WW2 service dress trousers; and Desert boots.|
|23 kilometers in company with spouse and dog|
|The Desert Boot|
|Mr. Clark himself|
|Clark's and Plus-fours|
|G&G Glencoe, double leather sole, grain leather|