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I met a guy in a bar last week who said it was possible to get Clarks shoes in Hanoi.
I am looking for these http://www.clarks.co.uk/find/department-is-men/customproductattribute6-is-desert/product-is-20318797 since I lost my boyfriend's beloved pair in the taxi during our recent move.
Anyone have any idea where to begin? I know it is a shot in the dark.
Parkson has Clarks shoes.
I couldn't tell you what styles though.
HI, i know many shops selling Clark shoes. The shoes are made in Vietnam under license of Clark or something the same. you can find them at 44 Lê Đại Hành shop (they sell clothes as well) or some shops nearby.
you can also find them in many shoes shops at the end of Phan Bội Châu street. This kind of shops is called Vietnam export shop (VNXK)
i bought a lot of Clark shoes, love them :)
MMmmmm...$15 dollar shoes. Sounds comfortable, durable, and genuine!
Do they say "Clarks" in really big fluorescent letters on the shoes so everybody will know how fashionable and wealthy I am? Sounds like they'll go great with my $10 Levi's and my Douchie and Banana T-Shirt.
Now my wardrobe will be able to do justice to my pimpin' ride with the Luis Vuitton seat-cover.
Here is the Clarks store locator: http://www.clarks.com/#
Here is the list of authorized dealers in Asia. They do not have one in Vietnam:
Brunei & Singapore,
C & J Clark (S) Pte Ltd
348 Jalan Boon Lay, Singapore 619529
Tel. +65 6877 8689 Fax. +65 6268 4995
C & J Clark Trading Company Ltd
RM 625 Tai Gu Road, Wai Gao Qiao,
Shanghai 200032, PR China
Tel. +86 21 5115 5919 Fax. +86 21 5115 5909
Kong Tai Sundry Goods Co Ltd
Flat I&J 11/F, Block 2, Kwai Tak Industrial Centre 15-33 Kwai Tak Street, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong
Tel. +852 261 20003 Fax. +852 254 91117
PT Anglo Distrindo Antara
Harco Mangga dua Blok D/21, Jakarta 10730, Indonesia
Fax: 6221- 6125762
Clarks Japan Company Ltd
7F, Kobunacho Fuji Plaza, 8-1, Kobunacho
Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0024
Tel. +813 5847 7162 Fax. +813 5847 7167
Malaysia, Philippines & Vietnam
C & J Clark (M) Sdn. Bhd. Level 2
Wisma Samudra, 1 Jalan Kontractor U1/14
40150 Shah Alam, Selangor D.E., Malaysia
Tel. +603 5569 4868 Fax. +603 5569 2813
Kumkang Shoe Co Ltd
11th Floor, Kumkang Shoe Building
1305 Socho4-Dong, Sochu-Ku
Seoul 137-855, South Korea
Tel.+ 82 2 530 7283 Fax. +82 2 530 7075
United Overseas Sundry Goods Co Ltd
Far East World Centre, 9F-4
No 77 Sec1 Hsin Tai Wu Road
Hsi-Chih, Taipei Hsein, Taiwan R.O.C
Tel. +8862 2698 1206-9 Fax. +8862 2698 1410
DKSH (THAILAND) LIMITED
2535 Sukhumvit Road, Bangchack,
Prakhanong, Bangkok 10260
Tel. +66 2740 3570 Fax. +66 2740 3570
As far as I know, the shoes are Made in VN according to order from Clark headquater. those shoes will be exported. but during manufacturing process, there are many shoes which have mistake and can't meet the order's require. Those shoes was distribute to some shops. and it's the reason why the price is cheap. and i rarely find any shoes with low quality because the mistakes mentioned above are not remarkable, we rarely see it.
did you finally find the shoes you were looking for? I am looking for exactly the same model (desert boot vintage brown or at worst desert boot in another color)
Bought some Clark shoes, that, for all my limited knowledge, seem to be close to the real thing -- they are comfy, the leather and stitching has held up well, and they were about 15usd.
The location: A friend gave me a tip to go to 44 Le Dai Hanh - runs diagonally by Vincom Towers. It's down through a store front - go through and all the way back - small room with lots of shoes from some good names. They tend to run big - not much under size 38. Little to no English.
Actually, right along that block are other MIV-type stores, some multi-level, worth checking for kids clothes, etc.
You can get a limited selection of Clarks shoes here as well as other brands. Good for people with big feet.
I went here on this advice and would like to thank @kylie for the info. I'm size 44, there were Clarks there, but I chose some others (forget brand). I had a choice of probably 10-15 pairs in my size, which is one-off occurrence over the last 12 months in Hanoi. Also bought a pair of sandals that looked nice too, both pairs for about $65. All prices are marked - no haggling. And no English spoken (went with missus).