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post #196 of 4871
Dainite is good on wet pavement.
Obviously commando is going to be a lot better in snow or mud.
post #197 of 4871


My present Trickers in Navy Rapello. Wearing them right now, so good.

Does anyone know where one could have a vibram sole re-done so it is white upon re-soling? I fucking hate black soles.
post #198 of 4871
I just commissioned a MTO Malton; Brown Zug Grain, Semi-Brogue, Commando Sole...so excited!
post #199 of 4871
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Originally Posted by zippyh View Post
Dainite is good on wet pavement.
Obviously commando is going to be a lot better in snow or mud.

Certainly danite is better than leather.
post #200 of 4871
Guys, Beautiful thread. There is an authorized trickers retailer in like Chelsea or the West Village, isn't there? Does anyone know the name and location? I remember it being featured a few weeks back on selectism but I can't seem to find it. Many Thanks!
post #201 of 4871
Thread Starter 
^^ yes, it was Graham Fowler
post #202 of 4871
And if you need a vintage Lammy to complete your look, Grahame Fowler's got them available for a cool $25,000.
post #203 of 4871
my antique acorn stows just arrived from pediwear today. ordered them last tuesday, they shipped friday and got here monday. amazing. i would post pics, but they are the same as zippyh's above.
post #204 of 4871
Nice konadog. They seemed incredibly stiff when I first got them but they've already started to feel pretty good after just one day of wearing. They're going to break in a lot faster than my green double sole Bourtons.
post #205 of 4871
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Nice konadog. They seemed incredibly stiff when I first got them but they've already started to feel pretty good after just one day of wearing. They're going to break in a lot faster than my green double sole Bourtons.

Are you treating the leather with anything? Trying to figure out what product to slap on em.
post #206 of 4871
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Are you treating the leather with anything? Trying to figure out what product to slap on em.

Nothing special.
I'll probably just polish them in a while. Pedi included some cognac Tricker's polish.
post #207 of 4871
Thread Starter 
talked with fellas at Graham Fowler NYC over the weekend who mentioned they are getting the forest green boots at beginning of year. only 8 pairs total, specially made for them. It's def a store worth checking out, they do their own line of CPO style shirts, as well as sell brands like Belstaff, Trickers etc. They have the brogue boot, a plain boot, and the brogue shoe IIRC. Cool guys and store
post #208 of 4871
Tom says they'll start carrying Tricker's at LSBH in Feb.
http://www.leathersoulhawaii.com/201...iday/#comments
post #209 of 4871
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Originally Posted by Marcellionheart View Post
I just commissioned a MTO Malton; Brown Zug Grain, Semi-Brogue, Commando Sole...so excited!
around how much did they cost you, if you don't mind me asking? there's plenty of of Stow colorways to choose from, but i need a fitting 6__ so, i can only do Maltons.
post #210 of 4871
Got the swatches in the mail on Saturday from the Shoehealer.co.uk . Debating between the visone repello suede (irl, it's a warmer grey with brown in it), the grey repello suede, and the "scratch?" suede - it's black on tan and scratches easily. Richard - good guy, handwriting not his strong suite. Going to take the week to think this over. It's one of these, teal lining, double crepe sole in natural, I need to consult with Richard re. the welt, and hopefully, brushed silver eyelets. Maybe a teal leather pull strap at the back too. I'm not sure yet.
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