Chukka boots have once again made it to the top favorites among today's generation. The Clarks Desert Boot was actually made famous right after the Second World War as soldiers and officials from Great Britain were seen using it.
Here are the top chukka boots from Clarks that you should see:
Clarks Men's Desert Boots – This is actually not a surprise as more men and women today are going after this product. It actually has a timeless and classic design which makes it popular.
It has everything that we are looking for in a chukka shoes from the flat collar, ankle high shaft, and minimalist lacing. It also has the genuine plantation crepe out-sole just like the ones in the 1940s.
It is available in men's, women's, and even kid's sizes and there is a wide variety of color combinations to choose from.
Originals Wallabee – This pair was actually introduced during the mid-1960s and has remained to be one of the favorites among fashionable individuals.
Unlike the plain toe of the Desert, this one actually has a progressive moccasin toe design which adds to its classic appeal. It is available in different materials depending on the color you choose and some variations have a contrast stitching.
Clarks Burns Hot – This can be a great dress chukka boot for office or for the more formal occasions. It looks very elegant, simple, and handsome at the same time.
It features a nubuck leather upper accentuated with detailed stitching. It also has the famous Ortholite technology which adds cushioning and support. According to those who have actually worn this shoe, it runs half a size to one full size larger.
Roar Boot – This would be a great addition to your wardrobe as it is a combination of comfort and style. It looks very tough and manly.
It features either a troubled leather or suede upper and you can easily tell the quality of the materials at first glance. It has contrast stitching at the back and heel area for detailing. The Roar Boot comes with a lace-up system with only 3 pairs of eyelets and flat laces.
Bushacre Boot II Lace-up – This boot and the Desert boot look almost exactly the same and in fact, there are so many questions on the difference between the two. Aside from the price, the Bushacre has a synthetic crepe out-sole. It is also available at at least 10 great colors.