In the anglo-saxon world, also known as chukkas. Originally used in India players polo. In the US it was first worn in 1924, the duke of Windsor. During the second world war, the british army used commonly in the desert war in Egypt and Libya. The popularization occurred in the forties up to the sixties of the last century. This is a ankle shoes with open lacing, the historical models used to have two or three pairs of nostrils on the lacing made are made of velour leather or suede. Toe and back heel piece are decorated with perfored, the so-called semi-brogue, it is possible to compare with the model of Wingtip Boots, that is decorated as a full brogue. The inner lining is whole part, seamless, cowhide. The sole is in the base selected in a higher standard, and that with the leather non-slip support.