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Mahogany Ashley Chukka Boot

£ 395
(free shipping & returns)

If you can appreciate the heritage, hard work and detail that goes into beautifully-made craftsman products, you'll love Private White VC.

Order now to receive by 12 Dec - 16 Dec

Sizing

Made using Cheaney’s 12508 Last, these boots offer a generous and comfortable fit. The boots have been designed to allow for the shearling lining so choose your regular size.

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Description

Handcrafted by Cheaney in Northamptonshire, the Ashley Chukka Boot is a sturdy, shearling-lined men’s shoe made using a rich grain leather. This plain toe lace-up boot features two copper eyelets and is fully fur-lined with an all fur insole for added warmth.

Story

Named after the brave Private Jack White, WWI Hero and founder of the company's heritage factory in Manchester, Private White VC takes pride in its hard-earned history of dressing some of the most influential political and cultural icons of our time - from kings and queens to Prime Ministers, presidents and rock stars. Built upon humble beginnings in 1853, Private White VC honed its repute for outstanding quality clothing and unparralleled, traditional British craftsmanship - one beautiful garment at a time.

Features

• 100% calf leather upper • Shearling lining • Goodyear welted Dainite rubber sole • Private White VC signature copper eyelets • Benchmade by Joseph Cheaney & Sons in their own factory in Northampton

Special Care

• To best preserve our quality and longevity, please consider the use of a wooden shoe tree, as these absorb perspiration from the (leather) lining of the shoe, and keeping it from cracking while helping to reduce the creasing of the upper. • The regular use of wax polish (not containing silicone), is important in the care of leather shoes to prevent them from losing their natural oils. Shoes should be wiped clean before the application of polish with a suitable brush. • If leather shoes get very wet, they should be left to dry naturally over a number of days, away from direct heat source.

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