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Fire!!!!!! Great pics sir
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Well my burgundy shell came in today and it was well worth the wait. Now if only it could stop raining.

Here are the pictures.

Holy those are incredible!!
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Thanks guys, excited to get some wear on these.

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If anyone looking for a pair of Stows or Bourtons there are several that have just been listed on the Tricker's eBay site. Seems like most of them are on a commando sole.

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Originally Posted by grizzlygiant View Post
 

Well my burgundy shell came in today and it was well worth the wait. Now if only it could stop raining.

Here are the pictures.

 

WOW!! That last image in the sun really showcases the shell shine. Great stuff.

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Holy crap I'm loving these. My first Trickers and there will be more!

Does anyone remember the last these are on (Superdenim makeup)?
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Originally Posted by grizzlygiant View Post

Well my burgundy shell came in today and it was well worth the wait. Now if only it could stop raining.

Here are the pictures.

Fantastic! I'm considering a pair.myself. How are you guys sizing on these? What I'm reading is that people are typically going 0.5 down from Barrie sizing on the 4497S. Is that about right?
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Fantastic! I'm considering a pair.myself. How are you guys sizing on these? What I'm reading is that people are typically going 0.5 down from Barrie sizing on the 4497S. Is that about right?

Many people go down a half from their barrie size, however, I just picked up a pair of black burford's from STP that were 9UK, and I actually prefer that size (I wear a 9D in barrie/trubalance) since I tend to wear thicker socks with my boots and my feet are a bit wider than average. So, I think it ultimately depends on your foot, instep, etc, but a lot of people on the forum do go down a half from their barrie size. 


Edited by Carson - 11/26/15 at 3:36pm
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Fantastic! I'm considering a pair.myself. How are you guys sizing on these? What I'm reading is that people are typically going 0.5 down from Barrie sizing on the 4497S. Is that about right?

Yes that's what I did
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Originally Posted by schmallo15 View Post



Fantastic! I'm considering a pair.myself. How are you guys sizing on these? What I'm reading is that people are typically going 0.5 down from Barrie sizing on the 4497S. Is that about right?

 

I got same size as my Viberg 2030 and Trubalance. Can't speak for Barrie.

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Hello everyone. I've just made my way through this entire thread and this is my first post on SF. After all the sizing advice on here, I'm still not sure what to get, so I'd appreciate some advice.

 

I'm interested in the Trickers Stow or Eaton but I'm not sure what size to get. I'm a U.S. 12 in sneakers and have been for many years. I have two pairs of old Doc Marten shoes from many years ago and they are both listed as size 11 and fit perfectly. I purchased the Trickers Wingtip Derby shoes from Sierra Trading Post (http://www.sierratradingpost.com/trickers-handmade-wingtip-derby-shoes-brogue-welted-for-men~p~18891/) in size 11 and my heals were slipping. I exchanged them for a size 10.5 and they fit great (if a bit narrow in the forefoot).
 
Most of the advice on the thread says to order 1/2 to 1 size smaller than your U.S. size, but I had to go 1 1/2 sizes down, which doesn't seem to make any sense, especially given the smaller last of the STP Trickers. Does anyone know why that might be? What size would you recommend for me in a Stow or Eaton? I'd like to be able to wear them with a cotton dress sock and a medium-weight wool sock.
 
Thank you very much!
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Superboot should be 4497
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http://www.endclothing.com/us/brands/trickers/end-x-tricker-s-crepe-sole-super-boot-tr-sb-srs.html

Anyone happen to know the last on these? 

It's most likely 4497, but if you instant message them, they're very good about getting back to you about stuff like that.

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Originally Posted by ytuiiko9ok View Post
 

Hello everyone. I've just made my way through this entire thread and this is my first post on SF. After all the sizing advice on here, I'm still not sure what to get, so I'd appreciate some advice.

 

I'm interested in the Trickers Stow or Eaton but I'm not sure what size to get. I'm a U.S. 12 in sneakers and have been for many years. I have two pairs of old Doc Marten shoes from many years ago and they are both listed as size 11 and fit perfectly. I purchased the Trickers Wingtip Derby shoes from Sierra Trading Post (http://www.sierratradingpost.com/trickers-handmade-wingtip-derby-shoes-brogue-welted-for-men~p~18891/) in size 11 and my heals were slipping. I exchanged them for a size 10.5 and they fit great (if a bit narrow in the forefoot).
 
Most of the advice on the thread says to order 1/2 to 1 size smaller than your U.S. size, but I had to go 1 1/2 sizes down, which doesn't seem to make any sense, especially given the smaller last of the STP Trickers. Does anyone know why that might be? What size would you recommend for me in a Stow or Eaton? I'd like to be able to wear them with a cotton dress sock and a medium-weight wool sock.
 
Thank you very much!

Well, it's not totally crazy. I can wear a US10 in an addidas sneaker, for example, but can wear an 8.5UK in a stow. In your case, you are likely right in assuming that the STP shoe is on a less generous last than a 4407 stow, so yes, that's a bit unusual. You should contact Richard at The Shoe Healer. He's extremely knowledgeable about Tricker's sizing, and he's a great person to buy a Tricker's boot from. They're also running a Black Friday special right now….

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Tricker's Stow in Zug Grain, storm welted with Dainite rubber soles. My go to shoes when it looks grim outside in London.

 


They handled snow when I was out in Chicago with ease, and can pretty much withstand all forms of rain and muck. For those of you wondering what Zug grain is: Zug is a waterproof grained leather most often associated with "Veldtschoen" boots and shoes (Afrikaans for "field shoe" although the Vesdtschoen was developed by an Englishman, Albert Ingham of Northampton). Zug leather originates from the famous tannery of the Swiss town of the same name. The innovative, thrifty tanners of the area utilized a milk chocolate syrup in much the same manner as the Scots of Islay. The chocolate imparts the characteristic dark brown color and natural waterproofing of Zug leather (or so they say!).

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