The Chukka Boot can easily be worn with a suit but it is robust enough to endure a weekend away and will dress up any casual outfit.
The word chukka is from the game of polo. The "chukka" is a period of play within the game.
Chukka boots were first worn by the British armed forces in the Western Desert Campaign of World War 2.
The Desert boot, as it was known traditionally had a crepe rubber sole.
Handcrafted in Northamptonshire, England.
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