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Style # 30213
Clarks Men's Bushacre II Boot

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Clarks Men's Bushacre II

price may vary based on color original price:$99.99
Step up your style with the Bushacre II chukka boot from Clarks England. You'll impress your coworkers, friends and family with your fashionable taste!

  • Full-grain leather upper, two-eyelet lace up front
  • Smooth lining, cushioned insole
  • Rubber outsole
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    Ask a Question asked: Why did you choose this?

    • kellie: "clarks is a great brand and these are a cute casual work boot for my husband. they were on sale too"
    • Katherine: "style"
    • C: "all the men in our family love this shoe!"
    • Karen: "Gift"
    • Samuel: "Love the style"
    • Marsha: "These shoes are so good looking and so comfortable. Leave it to Clark's to have a comfortable, attractive shoe and leave it to Famous Footwear to carry them! Thanks!"
    • Hannah: "for my brother, theyre cute!"
    • James: "good and comfort boot"

    Justin asked: Is there a difference between the Beeswax Tan posted here and Beeswax Leather that I see on other sites? Are they different colors/styles?

    • Timothy: "I bought these from Famous Footwear and they are the same, just named differently for some reason."
    • Robert: "They are exact color as picture"
    • Samuel: "The beeswax seems to be slightly different from the beeswax on the Desert Boot, but these Bushacres have the same beeswax as other Bushacres. It's a shade or two darker than the picture on my computer. It's good, thick, fairly oily leather that holds up well. The main difference between this and the Desert Boot leather is that the Bushacre is lined in cloth, while the Desert Boots are unlined and just have the rough side of the leather on the inside of the boot."
    • Jennifer: "I have seen them on other sites, and they are the same color."
    • John: "There is no difference....same material ... same color...just a different copy writer. Brix"