Chelsea Boots

The main characteristic of the Chelsea Boots has an elastic side panel.
There is a patent for its design, Joseph Sparkes-Hall, Queen Victoria’s shoemaker invented them and patented the design in 1851.
The elasticity of the panels allowed to easily put on and being them removed as well.
The name “Chelsea” was attached to the boot as they became popular in the UK in the 1950s and ’60s.

More characteristic of the Chelsea Boots beside the elastic panel:
– They are made of leather or suede leather.
– The exact ankle height.
– They have rounded toes.
– They usually have low heels.
– They have no lacing.
– They are pulled on using loops of fabric.
– Their soles are made of leather.

Nowadays they are popular with formal outfits, like suits and more casual ones, such as jeans.

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