Kurt Geiger has long been on the front foot when it comes to producing footwear that fuses both classic and contemporary design elements. Designed using the same technology as the Warren boot, these guys strike an impressive balance between comfort, durability, and wearability. With the natural shape of a foot in mind, their Rockslide Chelsea boot was built for exceptional comfort.
Bellfield Suede Chelsea Boots
Check out 15 of our favorites. Based in Mallorca, Meermin was established in by fourth generation craftsmen dedicated to making quality footwear for affordable prices. They accomplish that an more with these gorgeous Rapello suede Chelsea boots. Available in black or brown, these will serve as a respite from your regular work shoes, while still looking sharp.
Women will love them. Inspired by hunting and mountain boots, these Verona boots from Italian footwear manufacturer Calzaturificio Diemme, are a blend of what you love about your rugged outdoor boots and what you need in a professional dress shoe. Crafted out of premium leather, the boots are a little taller than regular Chelsea boots and sport a white Vibram rubber sole, both intended to help you trudge through nasty weather without looking like a mountain man.
From legendary British designer Paul Smith comes these leather Chelsea boots, which were crafted in Italy from premium leather and shined to maximum shininess.
Massachusetts-based Frye has been making high-quality boots and leather goods since , when its namesake, John A. Frye opened the doors to his first shop in Marlboro.
Their commitment to making quality, no-frills pieces that will last forever is evident in everything they make, least of which the James Chelsea boots. UK-based Grenson has been creating quality footwear since the 19 th century, and these Chelsea Boots are no exception. Who has time to spend with laces anyway?
Made out of tan suede and featuring sturdy rubber soles, they ape the look of a classic work boot but look a helluva lot more sophisticated.
Be sure to check the links. One last word on fashion. In the intro, I mentioned the origin of the name Chelsea for this style of boots. The upper is tumbled leather and the sole, which is very streamlined, is synthetic. Shown in dark brown, also available in black. These are very popular with customers, with a 4. These have leather uppers and a leather sole.
Insert smiley face here. Blundstone just recently introduced its lineup of summer boots, although they do have a wide range of Chelseas and other styles available. The upper is leather while the goring the stretchy parts at the ankles are elastic fabric.
The sole is from Green Rubber, a company that recycles Vulcanized tires. Another popular boot, they have a 4. These get very strong reviews from customers, with a 4. Out of more than reviews, the boot has a 4. The boots have two pull tabs, a regular sized one in the back and a smaller one in the front.
This pair, from Bruno Marc, has the classic Oxford styling on the upper, with the very recognizable punch holes and stitching. The upper is synthetic while the sole is rubber. The heel sole is about one-inch and the heel area of the upper features a slightly contrasting a deeper color strip leading to the heel tab. This pair is shown in brown. Out of more than customer reviews, they get a super solid 4. The camel tan suede is all leather suede and it has a rubber sole.
If you're looking to play with the classic Chelsea boot shape, Tod's reimagined the shoe a bit this year. The thick rubberized sole changes the whole look of the shoe—in a good way. Steve Madden makes it hip to be square with the Simon Chelsea boots. These brown, square-toed ankle boots with two burnished rivets can only be described as masculine elegance at its best. The best Chelsea boots are made from leather or suede. Choosing your color depends on your personal style.