Saturday, May 16, 2015

Clarks: Beeston Cap in Ox-Blood Leather



Clarks Beeston Cap in Ox-Blood Leather – Exuding sophistication and timeless style, these balmoral (also called oxford) dress shoes belongs in every gentleman’s wardrobe.  Clarks is world famous for their Desert Boot and I was a bit surprised to find a large collection of handsome dress shoes on their website.  The Clarks Beeston Cap features a cap toe, is versatile, and can be paired perfectly with dress pants, corduroys, and even jeans.




No break-in time needed – right off the bat these shoes were comfortable!  Also, these shoes are true to size; whatever size tennis shoes and dress shoes you currently wear, buy the same size if you order from Clarks’ website. 


I love how the topline is padded to keep your ankles nice and cushioned.  The heel is 1” in height and the soles are well padded maximizing comfort throughout the day.  This Beeston Cap in Ox-Blood is crafted of luxurious leather.  Traditionally, dying leather in oxblood is a bit more complicated as there are extra steps carefully taken to get the rich beautiful color.  Looking at these shoes closely, I cannot help but admire how well these shoes were put together.  The stitching is even and looks like it will hold up for years of use.  The lining material is made of fabric and is very soft to the touch.


I recommend you visit Clarks.  I spent quite some time admiring their vast offerings of shoe styles for the entire family.  They have also have causal, boots, active, desert boots, sandals, and even heels, to name a few.  They also have a variety of fits for different foot sizes.

Bottom Line:  The Clarks Beeston Cap in Ox-Blood leather are my new go-to shoes when I can only bring one pair of shoes when travelling.  They look sophisticated, exude a timeless style, and are highly versatile.  Visit Clarks and you will surely find a pair of shoes that will be a perfect addition to your wardrobe.

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