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Ankle-length Chukka boots, named from the game of polo, gained popularity in the late 1940s and 1950s. Worn by British forces during the desert campaigns of World War II, the boots come in two primary materials: calfskin and suede. Sometimes you can find them in more exotic materials, such as crocodile skin.

Popular producers of this particular boot type include Dr. Martens, Timberlands, and Vans. Add flare to your fashionable outfit with a pair of attention-getting Chukka boots.