Wingtip Brogue Cowan Lace Chukka Boots by Barbour

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Turn heads with this brand new wingtip chukka boot with unique broguing by Barbour. Made from rustic brown leather, this characterful men’s mid height boot features a 5 eyelet lacing system with hand waxed laces, broguing across the toe and upper, as well as a brown commando sole with padded leather footbed.

There’s also traditional target green inner lining, giving it an English countryside feel. Perfect for pairing with smart casual denim jeans, a checked shirt and leather belt.



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Shoe sizes conversion table:

UK USA Europe Japan (cm)
6
7
39
25
6.5
7.5
40
25.5
7
8
40.5
26
7.5
8.5
41
26.5
8
9
42
27
8.5
9.5
42.5
27.5
9
10
43
28
9.5
10.5
43.5
28.5
10
11
44
29
10.5
11.5
45
29.5
11
12
45.5
30
11.5
12.5
46
30.5
12
13
46.5
31
13
14
47.5
32

Any two dimensional measuring tool like a ruler is only an approximation of your size. Across different manufacturers the lasts and patterns vary slightly so sizing may also vary as a result. We recommend you try your shoes on a carpeted surface to avoid marking the soles and uppers first to test the fit before wear.

If you’re looking for a sturdy and reliable boot that exudes character, you can do no better than the wingtip brogue Cowan lace chukka by Barbour. Made from high quality leather, this unique boot features a number of eyecatching details that are sure to make you stand out and be noticed.

This brogue chukka boot combines two very interesting histories. Chukka boots were first popularised in India amongst British army units stationed there at the time. It is thought that the name came from a term used to define a period play in polo, a game that was often enjoyed by off duty soldiers and British officials. It is thought that the first British person to wear a pair of Chukkas was the Duke Of Windsor following a trip to India in 1924. Contrastingly, it was in nineteenth century Scotland and Ireland that broguing was first introduced. Farmers at the time would wear perforated shoes so that water would drain away from their feet as they worked. While this was the initial purpose of broguing, the style soon became very popular and is now considered a marking of sophistication and character.

The wingtip brogue chukka by Barbour features a 5 eyelet lacing system which allows you to fit the boot more comfortably around your foot. There’s broguing across the toe and upper, as well as dark brown detail around the top of the boot. The commando sole is highly robust, meaning you can take on a number of terrains without worrying about damaging the boot. There’s also a luxurious footbed which will support your foot throughout the day. Inside the boot you’ll find traditional tartan lining – a nod to English heritage and the heart of the Barbour brand.

We recommend pairing this chukka with a pair of denim jeans and a button up red checked shirt. 

Delivery within the UK: 

We aim to despatch all stock items within 1 working day of receiving your order and they should reach you within 2 working days. In the event of items being out of stock, we will advise you immediately.

Postage & packaging cost within the UK:

All footwear orders have a fixed postage and packaging cost of £4-95, regardless of quantity purchased. Orders consisting of non-footwear items only have a fixed postage and packaging cost of £2-95, regardless of quantity purchased. Anatomic & Co comfort shoes along with other selected lines are delivered 'Free of Charge' while promotion lasts. All items are insured in transit.

Non-UK delivery:

We aim to despatch all stock items within two working days of receiving your order. For deliveries within Europe and the USA, please allow up to 7 working days for delivery. For deliveries to all other destinations, please allow up to 10 working days for delivery.

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Wingtip Brogue Cowan Lace Chukka Boots by Barbour

If you’re looking for a sturdy and reliable boot that exudes character, you can do no better than the wingtip brogue Cowan lace chukka by Barbour. Made from high quality leather, this unique boot features a number of eyecatching details that are sure to make you stand out and be noticed.

This brogue chukka boot combines two very interesting histories. Chukka boots were first popularised in India amongst British army units stationed there at the time. It is thought that the name came from a term used to define a period play in polo, a game that was often enjoyed by off duty soldiers and British officials. It is thought that the first British person to wear a pair of Chukkas was the Duke Of Windsor following a trip to India in 1924. Contrastingly, it was in nineteenth century Scotland and Ireland that broguing was first introduced. Farmers at the time would wear perforated shoes so that water would drain away from their feet as they worked. While this was the initial purpose of broguing, the style soon became very popular and is now considered a marking of sophistication and character.

The wingtip brogue chukka by Barbour features a 5 eyelet lacing system which allows you to fit the boot more comfortably around your foot. There’s broguing across the toe and upper, as well as dark brown detail around the top of the boot. The commando sole is highly robust, meaning you can take on a number of terrains without worrying about damaging the boot. There’s also a luxurious footbed which will support your foot throughout the day. Inside the boot you’ll find traditional tartan lining – a nod to English heritage and the heart of the Barbour brand.

We recommend pairing this chukka with a pair of denim jeans and a button up red checked shirt. 

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