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Just when you thought the Clarks iconic desert boot couldn’t get any more desirable, it went ahead and tapped Chicago’s Horween Leather for a refreshing upgrade. The fall release features the casual boot silhouette and wedge sole outfitted with leather uppers from the famed leather tannery, in your choice of pebble-grain, dark green, or burgundy.

If you’re more of a Wallabee kind of guy, don’t fret. Clarks Originals is offering the much loved moccasin-style boot in full Horween leather uppers, as well.

Visit End Clothing to order your pair. Desert Boots and Wallabees start at $119. 

Menswear watchers are surely aware that there are dozens of brands offering men's shoes in the fine leathers of Horween, a 100-year-old, family-run Chicago tannery. This season, however, Sebago's iconic boat shoes, Docksides and Spinnaker, enter the picture. The Horween Docksides and Spinnakers come in eye-popping shades of Horween Cavalier leather upper (orange, emerald green, red, yellow/red, orange/ink, and mustard) and are priced at just $150, putting a handsewn Horween shoe within reach of more of us than ever before.

The Horween Docksides at Sebago.com