Loake 1880 Kempton Chukka Boots
Among the oldest shoemakers in England, Loake 1880 is still run today—five generations after its founding—by the Loake family. Like its founders did in the 19th century, the company constructs each pair of shoes in its 1880 line using a Goodyear welt, which allows the shoes to be resoled. And the Kempton chukkas are no different. Featuring a brown suede upper and full leather lining, they’re built on the standard-fitting 026 last with a rubber Dainite sole. Simple but striking, the Kemptons go as well with jeans and a flannel as they do with trousers and tweed.
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