Catesby Seamless Upper Dealer Boot - Single Leather Piece
Royal Mail Tracked 48 hr just £3.95
Royal Mail Tracked 24 hr just £5.95
Orders Over £75 delivered FREE (with Royal Mail Tracked 48 hr. 24 hr option is available)
Above applies to UK ONLY. For overseas additional rates apply.
ORDER UP TO THE 21ST OF DECEMBER FOR DELIVERY BEFORE CHRISTMAS*
*APPLIES TO UK ONLY USING Royal Mail Tracked 24 hr Service ORDER BEFORE 12 NOON Delivery Not Guaranteed. Please Order Early to avoid disappointment
For UK FREE SHIPPING / Royal Mail Tracked 48 hr Service ORDER BEFORE 12 NOON 19th DEC
For Europe ORDER BEFORE 12 NOON 15th DEC.
Rest of the World ORDER BEFORE 12 NOON 12th DEC.
Pre Christmas Delivery Cannot be Guaranteed for any Service. Please Order Early to avoid disappointment
We are pleased to accept orders from outside the United Kingdom.
For Europe and Associated Territories
are Calculated As Follows;
DPD Classic Road Europe Zone 1
DPD Classic Road Europe Zone 2
DPD Classic Road Europe Zone 3
DPD Classic Road Europe Zone 4
Classic Road Europe Zone 5
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Please note in exceptional cases where weight or size restrictions are exceeded it may be necessary for additional carriage charges to be levied. If this is the case you will be contacted by email. In certain circumstances we reserve the right to cancel and refund orders.
Courier method used DPD Classic Road
DPD Classic Road
For Non European Destinations
Shipping Method – “DPD Classic Air”
USA - £32.99 3-6 Working Days
Canada - £36.99 3-6 Working Days
Australia - £36.99 4-7 Working Days
New Zealand - £52.99 4-7 Working Days
South Africa £35.95 4-6 Working Days
International Shipping is presently not available to destinations not listed above
Costs are based upon consignments complying with standard Airmail volumetric size and weight restrictions
Please note in cases where volumetric restrictions are exceeded additional charges may be necessary. We will contact you via email if this is the case. In certain circumstances we reserve the right to refuse the order and provide a full refund.
For further clarification of shipping costs and volumetric restrictions please feel free to send an email. If you provide details of your proposed order we can advise of any potential issues.
Catesby Brown Seamless Leather Upper Elastic Gusset Boots
Top Quality leather Dealer Boot with hardwearing Goodyear Welted rubber sole
Made with single piece of leather,requiring a single stitched seam down the heel of the boot
These comfortable and durable boots are perfect for any occasion; smart or casual, practical and stylish
With a twin elasticated gusset they are easy to get on and off without tiresome lacing. Finger loops at front and back aid pulling on
Single leather sheet construction aids durability and single stitched seam prevents wear and leakage
Rubber sole is durable and gripping without large cleats that hold mud and dirt
A stunning boot at a great price
Goodyear Welted construction gets its strength, durability and repair qualities by stitching the leather upper, leather lining and welt (a specially prepared piece of leather) to the ribbing that has already been bonded to the insole.
The welt is then stitched to the leather or rubber sole. It is this final stitch, holding the sole in place, which can be cut through enabling complete removal of the sole without causing damage to the upper.
What is the difference between a Chelsea Boot and a Dealer Boot, or a Market Boot, or a Paddock Boot, or a Riding boot, or a Jodhpur boots?
Apparently nothing - they are all terms for the same type of boot
According to J. Sparkes-Hall, the Chelsea boot was initially used by both men and women as walking shoes. Some sources state that they were initially used for horse riding; however, riding breeches in those days were designed to be worn with tall boots. Ankle boots, on the other hand, were a dominant form of men’s daytime footwear, and it is thus safe to conclude that the Chelsea boot was first used for walking and then made the transition to riding.
They were commonly referred to as Paddock boots at one point in time. In any case, the style remained a staple until WWI. In the mid-1950s, a group consisting of young artists, film directors, and socialists started frequenting the King’s Road area in West London. This group was named the ‘Chelsea Set’ by the media, and they made the name ‘Chelsea’ synonymous with a new way of living and dressing. This group, which included well-known fashion icons Mary Quant and Jean Shrimpton, started favoring the Paddock boots and soon they began to be considered the ultimate leisure accessory and hence were renamed to Chelsea Boots.
courtesy of https://www.gentlemansgazette.com/chelsea-boots-guide/
What you call your boots will probably depend upon where you live, or what you use them for. No name is more valid than any other