Al Fingers: Clarks In Jamaica


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Catalogue #: 9780956777331
ISBN: 9780956777331
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Ask a Jamaican what their favourite make of shoes is and the answer will probably by ‘Clarks.’ Because in Jamaica, Clarks are loved like no other brand. They are the island’s ruling style of footwear, the ‘champion shoes’ and it’s been that way for as long as anyone can remember.

For the first time, through current and historic photographs, exclusive interviews and previously unseen archive material, this book looks at how the footwear made by a Quaker firm in the small, quiet English village of Street, Somerset came to be the ‘baddest’ shoes in America.

Al Fingers aka Alex Newman is a DJ and cultural historian based in North West London. His previous books include Greensleeves, The first 100 Covers, Fashion A-Z An Illustrated Dictionary and DPM: An Encyclopedia of Camouflage.



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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 01/11/2012
Format: History
Length: 208 pages
Language: English
Publisher: One Love Publications
Author: Al Fingers

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