Crockett & Jones for Bowhill & Elliott – Chelsea 16 Natural Rough Out Suede

Step into timeless elegance with the ‘Chelsea 16’ by Crockett & Jones, exclusively crafted for Bowhill & Elliott. Handcrafted with precision and care, these Chelsea boots exude sophistication and style. Available only at Bowhill & Elliott.


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Introducing the ‘Chelsea 16’, an exclusive style by Crockett & Jones crafted exclusively for Bowhill & Elliott. These Chelsea boots are the epitome of luxury, meticulously handcrafted to perfection.

Crafted with premium materials and exquisite attention to detail, the ‘Chelsea 16’ exudes sophistication and style. Each pair is crafted with precision by skilled artisans, ensuring superior quality and craftsmanship.

The sleek silhouette and timeless design make these boots a versatile addition to any wardrobe. Whether paired with tailored trousers or jeans, the ‘Chelsea 16’ effortlessly elevates any ensemble.

Designed for both style and comfort, these boots feature a durable leather upper and a sturdy rubber outsole for traction and stability. The elastic side panels ensure easy on and off, while the leather lining provides a luxurious feel against the skin.

Available exclusively at Bowhill & Elliott, the ‘Chelsea 16’ is a testament to craftsmanship and quality. Indulge in luxury with these exclusive Chelsea boots, a true investment in timeless style.

Bowhill and the Chelsea Boot

Chelsea boots have a long illustrious history; just like Bowhill & Elliott they became established in Victorian times. The invention of the elastic side gusset boot has been credited to Mr J Sparks-Hall, who in 1837 was commissioned to make a boot for Queen Victoria that was easy to pull on and off without all the fuss of laces. Although pre dating the wonderful world of Bowhill & Elliott (1874 if you were wondering), it’s no surprise the Chelsea boot was an instant success the day Obadiah Bowhill turned the key at 65 London Street. Historically as a bespoke shoemakers way back in 1874, you can imagine the demand for the latest boot which had begun to be be adopted by the equestrian set in Norfolk. Fast forward to the swinging 60s, and the boot had become commonly known as the Chelsea boot. Much like the Oxford toe cap taking its name from the university students in the early 1800s, this time it was the turn of rock stars who would wear a Chelsea boot with just about anything while strutting down the famous Kings Road in Chelsea. Today the Chelsea boot may not have the same glitz and glamour as previous generations, instead it is seen as the go to boot for versatility, ease and comfort, and still looks good with just about every outfit.

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