JOSEPH CHEANEY - Theadneedle Chelsea Boot in Black Calf Leather
Brand: Joseph Cheaney
While the Chelsea boot originated in in the mid-1800s, it manages to look just as modern some 175 years later. Dress them up, dress them down, pretend you’re Mick Jagger – it’s up to you.
Description: The Threadneedle is a plain front Chelsea boot featuring a tailored deep elastic gusset pattern and pull tab for easy wear. This shoe is part of Cheaney’s City Collection, which focuses on their most elegant styles.
Color: Polished black calf
Sole: Goodyear storm welt double weight leather sole & quarter rubber tip.
Origin: Made in Northamptonshire, England
Lining: Full leather with leather insole
About Joseph Cheaney Shoes: Joseph Cheaney & Sons was founded in 1896 in Northhamptonshire, England and to this day the entire manufacturing process is carried out in the very same workroom where the company began. There are over 200 separate steps in the making of a single pair of Cheaney shoes, a process which takes 8 weeks to complete. One defining characteristic of a Cheaney shoe is their strict use of Goodyear welt construction. This type of construction is laborious but time-tested as the most durable method of shoe-making.