We recommend ordering UP 1/2 size from your normal US size.
This shoe is available in only one width. It is built on our WIDE Natural-Shape Last. (see image below)
Reducing our carbon footprint, some materials in these Chukkas have already lived one life, and are now ready for you to give them a new one!
These shoes are all about seeing animals in nature, not wearing ‘em. From top to bottom, these bad boys are 100% vegan-friendly.
The day-to-day shouldn’t reak havoc on your back. With a zero-drop platform, your spine will be feeling fine.
WIDE TOE BOX
Squished toes? Not here. Our Chukkas come standard with a toe box almost as wide as the Wyoming sky.
- Rated 5 out of 5 stars3 days agoAfter a year, still going strong!
True fit, ultra roomy toe box, zero drop, and uber comfy. These have been my favorite shoes for the past year, I originally bought them for a six month, one bag travel trip and after 3000+ miles of walking the past year they're just now starting to wear out. I can't recommend these enough.ChelseaVerified Reviewer
- Rated 5 out of 5 stars2 weeks agocomfortable
So cute, simple and comfortable. I did get a size down from what I wear in the boulder boot.Marissa S.Verified Buyer
- Rated 3 out of 5 stars2 weeks agoPlease Bring Back Suede
These black canvas Chukkas have a nice sleek look that I’m sure a lot of wearers appreciate. I bought a pair of your brown suede chukkas ~2 years ago, sometime just before you discontinued them.
I wear these shoes 4-5 days a week for work. I work in a cafe setting, and they are the most comfortable, durable, lightweight, protective shoes I’ve ever experienced for a 6-8 hour standing job.
Part of that comfort and functionality (what distinguishes them from your canvas) is that the soft suede doesn’t rub and aggravate the skin on my ankles. (While considering purchasing your canvas chukkas, I’ve seen a considerable number of reviews here and on YouTube, complaining about this problem.) Also, the suede material is water resistant enough to work in a job making and selling drinks.
After nearly two years of heavy use they are very worn, and I know they can’t last forever. I’m posting this review just to ask: Would you please consider bringing your suede chukkas back at the same quality as before?A.B. K.Verified Reviewer