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Sanders & Sanders Hi-Top Chukka Boot

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Sanders & Sanders Hi-Top Chukka Boots in Chocolate (Dark Brown) Suede
photo © Sanders & Sanders

Bond's shoes worn in SPECTRE, as seen in between filming near Westminster in April 2015

In the last action scenes of SPECTRE James Bond wears a pair of Sanders & Sanders Hi-Top Chukka Boots.

These shoes come in several colours, and it looks like Bond wears either the Chocolate / Dark Brown Suede, or the lighter Snuff Suede version. Both colours are available at Mason & Sons.

Other online stores that offer the Sanders Chukka Boot are Private White VC (only Snuff Suede colour) and Stuart's London (Snuff Suede, Navy, Green, White, and the brand new Chelsea boot version in both Chocolate and Snuff Suede).

10% OFF at Mason & Sons
Mason & Sons offers 10% discount at the Mason & Sons website (worldwide shipping available) for the Sanders & Sanders shoes. Use the exclusive coupon code PLAYBOY during checkout to receive the discount.

New: the Mason & Sons Playboy belt.

Playboy belt  Playboy belt chocolate

Get a perfectly matching belt with your Playboy boots at Mason & Sons. Use the same coupon code for 10% OFF the belt in Snuff Suede or Chocolat.

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Steve McQueen
The classic brown suede chukka boot style, also known as "Playboy" boot, was made famous in the 1960's and 1970s by Steve McQueen who wore them regularly, both on and off screen. It is said that McQueen's brown suede chukka boots were from Hutton, not Sanders. Sanders boots are the best suede chukka boot option today, as Hutton (just relaunched in 2016) doesn't make these boots anymore.

Sanders Chelsea bootNew: Chelsea boot
In 2016, Sanders & Sanders released a higher Chelsea boot version of the suede chukka boot, which is now exlusively available at Stuart's London (get 12% off with the coupon code BONDLIFE ).

Complete the look
In SPECTRE, Bond wears the Sanders shoes in combination with the John Varvatos Suede Racer Jacket and charcoal grey N.Peal Fine Gauge Mock Turtle Neck sweater and Neil Barret trousers.

Shoe features:
Dark Brown Suede Chukka Boot Leather Upper
Full Leather Lining
Crepe Sole Unit
Shoe Last: JOEL
Fitting Type: F
Product Code: 6480TDS
Made in Northamptonshire, England

Product Code: 
cl071

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Comments

Anyone else having a problem with their Sanders & Sanders "Playboy" Chukka Boot × 1 Snuff Suede -- I received a pair on August 31, 2017 and have only worn them a couple of times. I have not walked any distance at all and the bottom of the soles show rapid deterioration at the toe and heel areas of both shoes. The soles darken strangely and pieces of rubber appear to be coming off. I have not walked more than a few yards in them. I haven't ever experienced this with any other pair of shoes.
I received another pair a couple of weeks later to replace the defective soled pair. Wore them once walked around a big box store and experienced tremendous chafing to the back of my heels because of a defect unique to the replacement pair. I purchased some little pads to place against the offending area and that brought some relief but that took place later, when the back of my heels had mended. If those were the only problems, I would have worn them on my recent trip to Thailand because the look good but the insoles that they have are so hard that it feels like you're wearing wooden shoes. Well, I took my Dr. Martens to Thailand instead and left these behind. I'm not even bothering to return them at this point. I'm not the guy who would rather look good than feel good. Apologies to anyone who likes these but I want both looks and comfort.
Mason & Sons sent me a replacement pair but they have a new problem, the back of the shoes chafe the lower part of my ankles just above the heel. Went to a big box store, walked around for a short time and the skin was raw from all the chafing because of this defect. Never bothered to send this pair back. It's just too much hassle.
My friends and I used to wear the very comfortable playboy 'lo' top shoes in the 1980s, but I can't remember who made them. I have a pair of Church's Ryder tan suede chukka boots with crepe soles which I find very comfortable and are in the spirit of these boots if anybody would prefer an alternative option.

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