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    Steve McQueen being bad ass.

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      Desert boots have been worn for many years now, even by the great Steve McQueen in “The Great Escape.” They originated in 1941 after Nathan Clark served in the Royal Army Service Corps. He had an idea how to revolutionise British Footwear.   When Clark was posted to Burma he made notes of that the soldier’s would wear on their feet. He gathere...

    • Bruce Pennington

      Steve McQueen - the real deal. Steve knew his way around a motorcycle and had no problem getting grease and dirt under his fingernails.

    • Arthur Beren Shoes

      First released in 1950, Desert Boots were inspired by the Egyptian-made military chukka boots worn by British soldiers in Africa during the Second World War. Crepe soles and soft suede uppers make desert boots as comfortable as slippers, though unlike slippers they look great with either jeans or khakis. Just ask Steve McQueen...

    • Scott Thomas

      Coolest Mother F*#%er of all time, Steve McQueen riding his Triumph in Clark’s desert boots, Levis and white Fruit-​​Of-​​The-​​Loom.

    • Jon Harrison

      Speedster #SteveMcQueen - No suit but a great picture!!

    • Steve 'Savvy'

      Steve McQueen. Motorcycle, white t...that's my style

    • Jared May

      triumph. steve mcqueen. so much cool in one photo.

    • Maria Esparza

      steve mcqueen. love the desert boots and his bike.

    • Khushrav Writer

      motorcycle and mc queen

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