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Offical TRICKERS shoes and boots thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Get Smart, Sep 8, 2010.

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  1. sjmin209

    sjmin209 Well-Known Member

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    No idea. I assume they're clearing inventory. THey may get more, but I doubt they'll be the same price.
     
  2. wurger

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    From the 1829 or Jermyn st collection?
     
  3. Aviv

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    ManofKent Well-Known Member

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    I've not tried the Chepstow, but I'm a US 12 in RW Iron Rangers, and take a UK 11 in Trickers Stow. Brad etc. The Trickers are a tad wider in the toe box. You're in the right ball-park, but it really depends on your foot shape.
     
  5. Aviv

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    Thanks for the reply. I think I should be just fine. I can't imagine going down to a 10 as my foot is quite long (though it is also narrow but that's just my lot and sometimes lasts feel wide on my heel).
     
  6. flaudia402

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    What's your true Brannock sizing? This is the most helpful.

    For instance, I'm a true 11.5 B/C in US sizing. My left foot is narrower than my right. However my sizing goes as follows in the shoes I own:

    10.5 D in the RW IR's
    11 D in RW 1907's
    10.5 D in my Wolverine 1k's
    10.5 D in Chippewa Jcrew boot
    11.5 C in Alden Abderdeen last (Tassel Loafers)
    11.5 C in Allen Edmonds 65 Last (Park Ave; Strand; Neumok; etc.)
    11 UK in Trickers Daniels and Trickers Stow (I went a full size down from US sizing at first with a 10.5 UK and while the shoes fit nice and snug around my heel, my toes were rubbing the top of the shoe - no good).
    11 D (US sizing) in CJ 325 Last (RL by CJ Marlows --> identical to the Pembrokes)
    10.5 E (UK sizing) in CJ 368 Last (Islay's)
    11.5 D in Sperry Topsiders
    11.5 in Nike Free Airs
    11.5 in Converse Jack Purcells

    So you can see I always start off with my true to size 11.5 and then have to work around there. Hope yours work out for you!
     
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  7. Aviv

    Aviv Well-Known Member

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    Dude! I am confused...10.5 in chippewa jcrew but 11 in trickers? I'm 11 in chippewa jcrew...
     
  8. NAMOR

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    1 size down from US is a safe bet. sounds like 10.5 trickers will fit
     
  9. flaudia402

    flaudia402 Active Member

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    The Chippewa Jcrew boot is identical to the Wolverine 1k's. I've written about this before elsewhere. They DO NOT run TTS. They run a full size too large, and myself and other people will all agree that with those two boots, sizing down a full size was best. I forgot to mention this, but this was also my experience with the Clarks Desert Boot ages ago.

    While the consensus of sizing down a full size for the Trickers has been thrown around - I disagree with this. I've even spoken to Richard over at Shoe Healer and he's even told me sizing down 1/2 size from your US size to the UK size is a much safer bet, and I agree with him.

    With the Stow's, while sizing down a full size 10.5 UK (my TTS is 11.5 C) fit, I found that as I walked my toe was rubbing the top of the boot. This was with thin dress socks. If I went with thicker wool socks (which you commonly do in winter time with boots), it was uncomfortable. Mind you, I have narrow feet too so someone with medium/wide feet will most certainly need to take this into consideration.

    Again, YMMV, but this was my experience with both Trickers models I had (Daniels and Stows).
     
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    Trickers sale boots on the 5420 last which is a little slimmer than 4497 but take your regular Trickers size. Please pm me for prices and questions.
     
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  11. Carson

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    Anyone have a pair of Tricker's stow on the white Vibram flex sole that they love?? I impulsively bought one from End a few days ago, since they were 25% off - in acorn, which seemed nice at the time - but I am now having second thoughts, like "when am I really going to wear this?"

    I guess it's best for casual street wear with a good pair of denim….

    Would probably send back, but hate the idea of paying return shipping and getting stuck with customs duties, which means a 25% loss.

    Could use some inspiring words, if anyone has any love for them. Thanks in advance…I've been doing way too much impulsive buying lately...
     
  12. badeggcat

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    Well, they are awfully comfortable. Kinda like wearing sneakers.
     
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  13. meso

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    Stow in acorn is a classic Tricker's boot.
     
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    I'm 7D or E in Barrie and US8 in most sneakers. Will UK6.5 fitting 5 in 4444 last be too big? I don't own any Trickers at the moment & is thinking of grabbing a pair during sale.

    Can anyone with sizing experience advises? Thanks.
     
  15. Mighty Morris

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    I have never had Vibrams (not really my scene) but if it is just the look of the sole that you dislike then that is an easy solve ... Dainite, Ridgeway, Commando, leather .... they are all fabulous and you have great boots there.

    Or is it the Acorn colour that you dislike? Well, that is classic and much-loved but if you don't like it you will never be happy. (I had this recently with a pair of suede shoes and I am just about to dye them to bring the smile back to my face.) You could have the Stows dyed, especially as Acorn is a light colour. Personally, I love it. I have a pair of Acorn Bourtons and over time they have come to resemble 1001 Burnished ... admiring glances whenever I wear them.
     
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    THanks for the response. I was referring to the white vibram sole. Actually, in person it's kind of interesting and unique. They are very comfortable and it's working out fine with denim for casual wear. Perhaps down the road, I'll replace it with dainite. Cheers.
     
  17. Alcibiades

    Alcibiades Well-Known Member

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    Where is the best place to shop for Trickers in London? Looking for the widest variety of styles and sizes.
     
  18. Grove

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    Start at Trickers shop on Jermyn St. and see how far you can make it up the road before your credit card melts!
     
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  19. inn8chiro

    inn8chiro Well-Known Member

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    I am trying to come up with a MTO monkey boot in acorn, but I can't think of any good combos. Anyone have any ideas? Of course going through Richard.
     
  20. Mighty Morris

    Mighty Morris Well-Known Member

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    Just about the only place is the Tricker's shop at:

    67 Jermyn Street
    St James's
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    SW1Y 6NY

    Other places might have a few styles but this is where you will find the widest selection. And there are many of their competitors along the street - C&J, Lobb, Cheaney (coming soon) et al.

    As Grove says, you are likely to melt your card and go home broke but happy.
     

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