The NHK (Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai) is Japan's national public broadcasting organization, famous for the Tokyo Rose wartime programs, showing Sesame Street in English, and broadcasting Boston Red Sox games when Daisuke Matsuzaka pitches.
The NHK boots are based off of a classic chukka design, but tweaked for the hip, contemporary man. Clean, yet casual, the NHK chukka boots feature roomy bump toes, thick custom coloured Atlas leathers, uneven stacked leather heels, tunite soles with natural rubber soleplates and heel lifts, and a grosgrain ribbon piping that accentuates the simple design of the boot. A receptive heart is the key to staying connected.
3 reviews so far... write yours!
Posted by Rong from Van:
I lived in Tokyo 3 years, never cross my mind Devil could be so sexy and and comfy... :-B
Posted by Brett Wheeler from New York:
Very comfortable and great looking
I bought these in July, and I've gotten a lot more use out of them since the temperatures have gotten cooler (even though warm temps didn't keep them in my closet). When I first got them, the back of the boot was firm on the back of my ankle, but after normal wear, they have easily become my most comfortable pair of shoes. I generally wear an 11.5, but I got a 12 in these and they fit great. Also, my foot is a little on the narrow side, and these boots seem to be just right for my feet. I get compliments on them all the time. They look best with a straighter leg jean, which shows off more of the shoe's design.
Posted by Anthony from Montreal:
Great fit; just have to unlace them all the way for first time you try them on.
The light uneven color is outstanding!
Very pleased with these babies.