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post #76 of 5003
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
^^ that's a great looking shop, sorta mix of mod and workwear @Magic1...that sounds about right for Trickers sizing. If they dont have half sizes I wouldnt recommend going down since they might be too small lengthwise, if anything better to go up and use an insole if slightly roomy
No kidding, that store looks awesome. I've heard they have a good selection of LVCs, too. I'm a true 12, wear Trickers marked 11.5.
post #77 of 5003
These look like Tricker's, anybody know if they are:

http://www.orvis.com/store/product.aspx?pf_id=43CG
post #78 of 5003
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Originally Posted by slide13 View Post
These look like Tricker's, anybody know if they are:

http://www.orvis.com/store/product.aspx?pf_id=43CG
Negative... iirc, Alfred Sargent.
post #79 of 5003
Ok, too bad. Thanks for the info.
post #80 of 5003
Nice Custom Semi Brogue Stow.
LL
post #81 of 5003
^^^ Those look nice, would be better if they were darker (I just can't make myself like the really light tan colour).
post #82 of 5003
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post

White brogue from Present London, dainite sole


anyone else a fan?
Love these.
post #83 of 5003
Dear all,

Although I am mostly in the Men's clothing part for SF, I thought I might chime in to this thread. Working as the Scandinavian agent for Tricker's we do see some nice collabs, and I would like to share this with you:



The shoe is a Tricker's and Nitty Gritty collaboration for SS10. It shows, I would say, a very successful attempt to rightfully bring back the American buck shoe to its cradle on the British Isles. An off-white suede derby brogue on a natural colour flat welt single leather sole. Rule Britannia, I say!

Enjoy your Tricker's,

Mr. Tweed
post #84 of 5003
I like it but I'm not sure about the Keswick/Bourton on a single sole... I don't think the country lasts lend themselves to anything less than a double leather sole. But that's a matter of opinion of course.
post #85 of 5003
Don't let those Alden guys see that eyelet alignment.
Seriously though, I really like those blue ones except I can't stand those contrasting eyelets.

post #86 of 5003
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^^ funny. the contrasting eyelets are the dealmaker for me (as well as the contrast white laces that come standard). If they had self color I wouldnt be as into them.
post #87 of 5003
I'm new to the SF and every time I turn around there is something else making me salivate! You are all the DEVIL!!!! Why can't my job pay me more?!?!?!?!?!? Anyone wanna hire me...
post #88 of 5003
I saw some great teal Trickers boots at Jack Straw, but they were $750, which is ridiculous for Trickers boots. Argh.. want them. Anyone know who else might have those?
post #89 of 5003
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
I saw some great teal Trickers boots at Jack Straw, but they were $750, which is ridiculous for Trickers boots. Argh.. want them. Anyone know who else might have those?

Maybe ask these guys although I don't see any options I'd call teal.
https://www.shoehealer.co.uk/Tricker..._Made_Options/
post #90 of 5003
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Originally Posted by bbhewee View Post
I like it but I'm not sure about the Keswick/Bourton on a single sole... I don't think the country lasts lend themselves to anything less than a double leather sole. But that's a matter of opinion of course.

Well, that is just about what we told them when discussing this collab, but Nitty Gritty persisted. But they were right, dropping the storm welt and using a single sole made these the nicest looking bucks I've ever seen. That is what makes these collabs interesting, I think, bringing out unexpected qualities of Tricker's.

Yours,
Mr. Tweed
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