PLAIN CHUKKA BOOT BLACK
PLAIN CHUKKA BOOT BLACK
PLAIN CHUKKA BOOT BLACK
PLAIN CHUKKA BOOT BLACK
PLAIN CHUKKA BOOT BLACK
PLAIN CHUKKA BOOT BLACK
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PLAIN CHUKKA BOOT BLACK

Plain fronted chukka boot made from the finest black calf leather with lightweight rubber sole.
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€230,00
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€230,00
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Details

  • Model: Chukka Boot
  • Leather: Calf Full Grain
  • Color: Black
  • Lining: Leather
  • Manufacture: Cement
  • Sole: TR rubber
  • Heel height (cm): 3
  • Bootleg (cm): 10
  • Laces: Cotton
  • Made in: Italy

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Chukka Boot

Model

Chukka Boot

A Chukka boot has both a sporting and military heritage. A Chukka boot is constructed using three pieces of outer material: Inner Quarter, Outer Quarter, and Low Cut Front with two or three eyelets. With style variations similar to a derby shoe, Chukka boots are generally unlined, although lined versions are available and are often considered to be among the most comfortable footwear

Manufacture

Cement

Cemented Construction: A shoe construction in which the upper of a shoe is cemented, rather than stitched, to the sole of the shoe. Cement construction results in a lighter, more flexible shoe.

Leather

Calf Full Grain

Sole

TR rubber

TR is a thermoplastic material, recyclable, as light as it is durable.
Chukka Boot

Fit

Comfortable

Comfortable

ok
Large

Large

ok
Regular

Regular

ok
Slim

Slim

ok

Size Table

Man

Man

Woman

Woman

Suitable for

Office

Office

Free time

Free time

Take care

Leather

Take care

Full grain leather care begins with removing any dirt using a soft cloth, followed by the application of a wax of the right color to nourish and protect the leather. Then rub vigorously with the polishing glove to shine it.