This famous, classic British ankle boot can trace back its roots to 1837. That was the year in which Joseph Sparkes Hall, royal shoemaker to Queen Victoria herself, developed this ankle-height boot with a low heel and rounded toe. Over the centuries, the Chelsea boot gained widespread popularity as a unisex model, cherished by men and women alike.
The supreme discipline of shoe manufacturing. In an elaborate process, the upper and outsole are sewn together using a thin strip of leather. This makes the shoes extremely stable, durable, dimensionally stable and extremely easy to repair.
Characteristic of the Chelsea boot are a pull tab and the elastic inserts on both sides, which especially simplify putting on and taking off. The simple design gives the Chelsea boot an avant-garde touch.