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DESERT BOOTS

A three quarter boot with two or three eyelets, or a strap with buckle fastener. Originally worn for polo. The name is derived from chukker or chukkar, the time periods in which polo is played. (A Desert Boot is a chukka boot with crepe rubber soles and typically suede uppers. Desert boots were popularized in the 1950s by UK shoe company C.& J. Clark).