Chocolate Brown Chukka Boots in Elephant Leather

$ 2,800.00

Chocolate Brown Chukka boot in Elephant leather with contrasting Norwegian stitch.

The Classica Collection is our first and still most popular line. Hand-lasted and welted by hand, it features our signature "swallow bird" burgundy shank sole, which is sewn by hand with a traditional Duer machine.

Chukka was likely first worn in India by off-duty soldiers. Eventually, British Army soldiers wore a similar boot during the Western Desert Campaign of WWII. The Chukka made its way back west because of Nathan Clark, who served in the war and brought the shoe back to his family to recreate.

Part of our Classica Collection, these shoes come with individual wool dust bags, lasted wooden shoe trees and our leather maintenance kit with wax, small brush and spare laces, all in a beautiful wooden box for proper storage.

Material: Elephant leather

Product Code: C7234

The TX last is the chisel-toe version of the T last, featuring the same accessible fit, especially for those customers that have a lower instep and tend to sider ball line width. The sharp edges of the toe box gives shoes made on this last a rather firm and masculine appeal.

Here is our Size Conversion Chart. If in doubt, here is a “Fitting Shoes” service: pick as many fitting shoes as you wish to try on and, when you receive them, we'll consult with you to assist choosing the right size and best fitting lasts for your foot, based on your feedback.

Free in case of size exchange or store credit. At customer's expenses in case of final return.

The first and best advice we can give is to always think of your shoes as an organic object, subject to elements and time alike everything else. Let them rest: after using your Stefano Bemer™ shoes for a day or two, let them rest for a day with their lasted shoe trees. Keep them clean: assuming the shoes rested at least over night, brush them off in the morning, when they are dry. Unlike Box calf, suede does not need much use of care products. We recommend to brush them often with our stiff bristle brush, to remove spots with our rubber brush and to periodically protect it with a color suede spray. If your shoes are not reacting properly to your maintenance routine, please feel free to consult with us. For a more detailed guidance to shoe care, please visit the Shoe Care section of this website.

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