Crockett & Jones Tetbury from Skyfall

The original Crockett & Jones Tetbury from Skyfall is available at their website for $590.00. Not sure I can recommend these for running or fighting on top of trains, but given that toe box shape, they’re probably a mean point of contact when kicking bad guys.

Crockett & Jones Tetbury affordable alternative


Features Wanted for the Crockett & Jones Tetbury:
  • More of a dress chukka shape, with chisel shape toe box
  • Full black rubber soles with defined heel
  • 2 eyelet lacing
Best Options: 

Adding a new best option: Florsheim Constable Chukka regularly $220.00, on sale for $119.90. This is a pretty solid boot, using a full grain leather upper and Goodyear welt construction. Great value for the money and there are still lots of sizes left.

budget alternatives Crockett & Jones Tetbury

The Florsheim Jet Chukka is available for $135.00 at Florsheim. Obviously, three eyelets on this one and the sole is definitely more streamlined than the originals.

budget alternatives Crockett & Jones Tetbury

At Marks and Spencers, they have their M&S Collection Luxury Leather Chukkas Boots for £79.00/$128.00. Getting very close in shape, although the heavier double line of stitching makes it look a little busy.

budget alternatives Crockett & Jones Tetbury

Or if you want to invest more, you can get the M&S Collection Leather Welted Chukka Boots for £149.00/$242.00.

budget alternatives Crockett & Jones Tetbury

Other Options: 

Sizes are really starting to run out in these ones.

Florsheim Montinaro  $84.99 on sale.

Marc New York Lexington $82.46 on sale.

Calvin Klein Wilson 2 is another budget option, on sale for $49.99

More alternatives will be added as I find them; share your options in the comments!

This post was updated on June 7th, 2016.

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5 thoughts on “Crockett & Jones Tetbury from Skyfall

  • January 16, 2019 at 1:22 am

    Another great alternative to the Crockett & Jones Tetbury is the Barker Orkney in black calf. They are similar to the Loake Kempton.

    I got my pair from Herring Shoes’ website for £179.17 recently on special this past month (approximately $230 USD). The Orkney (in black calf) has the smooth black colour and a very similar profile to the Tetbury. It is an extremely good alternative too because it is so similar to the Tetbury, ticking many of the same boxes in terms of key details and construction: It is made in England, it is Goodyear welted, and it has a Dainite sole. I think the Barker Orkney is also closer to the Tetbury in its aesthetics than the other alternatives diplayed here. You can see a picture of it here:

    I have worn mine several times now and have been blown away by the quality, look and comfort.

    Unfortunately, it currently seems to be sold out on Herring and other websites. From what I can see other Orkney chukkas by Barker are still available at different online stores but with different grains and colours. I am sure the full range of Orkney chukkas will become available again soon.

  • July 21, 2016 at 11:32 am

    Finally got to take the Florsheim Constable Chukka out for a spin and I can’t speak highly enough! The quality is great and the goodyear welted soles make it worth the $119 sale price. These are solid boots. After walking around New York all afternoon and evening, these broke in nicely and they are now really comfortable. If you are a true half size like me, I would suggest sizing down. I went from 11.5 to 11 US. They come with nice shoe bags as well. I’m a professional musician and wore these with black chinos on a job and got several compliments.

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  • December 4, 2015 at 5:01 pm

    The Tetbury are classic C&J/Bond footwear and you’ve listed some great alternates. Another (which I have) are the Loake 1880 Kempton, the toe box isn’t as chiseled as the Tetbury but they are a decent classy alternative and have the dainite sole.


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