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post #3841 of 4743
Just bought a pair of stows in my normal uk 9,5 but in the toe area they seem to be a little low..can I hope this will adapt with breaking in? In lenght they seem to be ok, there also a little slippage on heel but toes are a "pressed". ­čś×
post #3842 of 4743
Do you know if Trickers makes Engineers boots?

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It would be great to have a pair on 4444 last!
post #3843 of 4743
post #3844 of 4743
Threedifferent.com has a bunch of cheap Tricker's some one might want to surrender to.
They seem to be English made ones and not the weird Italian bogus ones.
post #3845 of 4743
Hi guys,

I need to buy some cream for my Coffee Burnished Eaton. After looking for some info, I have decided to go for Saphir. The only doubt I still have is the colour. Is anybody here familiar with Saphir colours? What do you recommend for my boots? I could go for neutral but I would prefer to find the proper colour...

Thanks in advance for your help.
post #3846 of 4743
#37 medium brown is quite close, but if you wish to keep the burnishing done at Tricker's, then go for neutral.
post #3847 of 4743
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Originally Posted by ducky View Post

#37 medium brown is quite close, but if you wish to keep the burnishing done at Tricker's, then go for neutral.

 

Same Here. Go Neutral or you can switch between light and Mid Brown (for hiding scuffs).

post #3848 of 4743
Has anyone ever seen this model of trickers? Riggs?
http://bit.ly/19A9zgb
Sounds new to me!!
post #3849 of 4743
Are trickers exclusively a mod/ultra-UK country look thing?

I have a pair of STP not stows and can't really figure out how to incorporate them into my wardrobe.

With jeans and streetwear they look too "Ben Sherman"-y, and with cords and stuff too costume-y like I'm on the set of Masterpiece Mystery.
post #3850 of 4743

Not familiar with Ben Shermany but I wear my trickers with denim and get a lot of compliements.  At first I was also unsure but the more I wear them the more I enjoy them.  Slim straight but I wouldnt go skinny denim with them.

post #3851 of 4743
Do any stores (online or brick and mortar) stock Trickers in 6 widths? I can generally wear 5/E widths in English shoes by sizing up in length, but trying to avoid it
post #3852 of 4743
Some of the stock Trickers comes in 6 width. Mainly the C shade ones.
post #3853 of 4743
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Originally Posted by Alcibiades View Post

Do any stores (online or brick and mortar) stock Trickers in 6 widths? I can generally wear 5/E widths in English shoes by sizing up in length, but trying to avoid it

There aren't many stock models available in a 6 width.

The henley is the only city shoe I know of and that's available in black

In country styles, there are a couple of zug and lots of C shade:
-malton
-grasmere
-matlock
-keswick
-weatherby
-kendal
-ripon

Pediwear or Shoehealer should have most of those models in stock but I haven't found anyone in the US that stocks a 6 width.
post #3854 of 4743
My first pair of Trickers


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post #3855 of 4743
I have a pair of Epsoms in black calf with Dainite soles that are a "6" fitting (6038 last). This is only available through the London Retail Store/The Jermyn Street Collection. I purchased these via the Web, but I did talk on the phone with a store representative.

The Epsom is available in a "5" fitting through the regular Jermyn Street Collection on the Web site, and this shows only two colors available, black and espresso, with no sole choice besides leather.

Haven't looked carefully at all the various models to see if this sort of fitting variation shows up elsewhere, but I haven't notice any.
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