From John Lofgren

It’s Hard to Beat the Quality of This Japanese Chukka Boot


March 29, 2019 Style By
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It’s hard to beat the quality of the Steadfast Chukka Boot from John Lofgren. Made in Japan, the style features Goodyear-welt construction, American Vibram soles and French calf leather that was tanned in Japan. The interior is lined with leather and includes a rough-out heel-cup for added support. Available in sizes 6 to 12, the Steadfast Chukka is sized similarly to a Red Wing Heritage Iron Ranger. And though the $685 may make some wince, it reflects the quality construction and durability of the boot — you’ll be able to wear it and rebuild it for years to come.

Gear Patrol also recommends:
Nicks Handmade Boots Comstock ($349)
White’s Otto Derby ($470)
Mr P. Lucien Shoes ($540)
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John Zientek is Gear Patrol's style editor and in-house guitar authority. He grew up on the West Coast.

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