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    Your Favorite Chukka Boots and Why

    Iím looking for chukka guidance/input. Thanks!

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    If you can afford to shop at a place with a philosophy, check out this startup made in US small shoe maker. If you email, he answers personally. I don't wear Chukka boots often, but this is my next pair.

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    https://www.parkhurstbrand.com/produ...nubuk-leather/
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    I have a pair of black brooks Brothers Peal and Company cavalry chukkas on Dainite soles. They are my winter travel/dress boots and wear well with anything from elevated denim to charcoal suits. They are very close in style to Crockett and Jones Tetburys, but are made (I think) by Alfred Sargent.

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    AE Dundee 2.0. I like them because I rarely wear boots, and they were only $150.00.

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    Massdrop x Allen Edmonds chukkas. The suede is unlined and buttery smooth. Sleek and comfortable. https://drop.com/buy/massdrop-x-alle...ed-chukka-boot
    Measurement Reference: 5'11" 173lbs 40R 32x32

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    I keep it budget friendly with the Clarks version of them. The comfort isn't anything to write home about but they've held up pretty well for the past few years.

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    My only pair of chukka boots are a pair of Thursday Boot Company Scouts in dark olive suede. I really like the look of them and they are pretty comfortable.

    The suede is nice and the burnish toe gives it a great look with jeans.

    One boot is starting to show the seam between the sole and boot on one side. I'm not sure if it the beginning of a separation of if I scratched it somehow. I'm sure i could render it unnoticeable with a little edge dressing or polish.

    For the $149 I paid I feel they are a decent boot.

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    Nordstrom 1901 chocolate suede, https://www.nordstromrack.com/shop/p...0BROWN%20SUEDE. Like the Loake Kempton but cheaper, and very durable so far. A pair of dark brown chukkas is amazingly useful--see https://putthison.com/a-suggestion-f...pair-of-shoes/

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    Iím not bold enough for a suede shoe, so I went leather. Got the Cole Haan Colton for a little under a hundred bucks. They are supposed to be Ďstorm-weltedí so that they are water proof. Good enough for my sloshy walk to work. I like the rubber on the bottom which gives some more grip. Iíve enjoyed them, but the style isnít comfortable, for me, for everyday wear.

    https://shop.nordstrom.com/s/cole-ha...lusive/5461463


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    I like the simple yet elegant design of Paul Evans though they are pricey.

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