Easy lace-up closure. Shaft features elastic gore for added stretch. Max-Wick moisture-wicking lining minimizes wetness. Dual-density, contoured EVA Ortholite insole with DuraFresh bio-technology guards against unwanted odors. Stacked heel. Slip-resistant, Rebound rubber outsole for a pleasurable walking experience. Imported.
- Crafted with seam sealed #waterproof full grain #leather
- Rebound technology in the outsole provides long lasting comfort
- Dura fresh bio-technology lining fights odors
- Slip-resistant rubber outsole
- Soft leather footbed
Products by Type: Chukka
Chukka boots or Desert Boots are rather popular today, and there are many manufacturers of casual chukka boots and also bespoke versions of it. Considering the casual nature of the Chukka boot, I would never combine a crepe sole Chukka boot with dress pants or a suit.
At the same time, an elegant Chukka boot can be paired like a suede shoe, and looks great with dress pants and suits. For example, I have an elegant pair of St. Crispin Chukka boots in mid brown suede leather that goes very with almost anything I wear.
The possibilities of incorporating them into one’s wardrobe are endless. Dress Chukka boots with thin leather soles on an elegant last in brown can be paired with a navy or mid-gray suits and a range of other colors and patterns.
Products by Type: Leather
You can look great and be comfy and warm all winter long with good looking, well made ladies’ leather ankle boots. Look for real, genuine cowhide. This may be harder than it sounds for a couple of reasons.
Genuine cowhide can be cleaned with saddle soap and oiled with neatsfoot oil or mink oil to keep it supple, strong and water resistant for years, if not decades. You’ll pay a little more for genuine cowhide, but it’s an investment that’s well worth the extra expense.