Identify this Tricker's brogue?

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  1. bandeapart

    bandeapart Senior member

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    Does anyone know what model this Tricker's brogue is and where I can find it? It looks similar to the brogue they make for Brunello Cucinelli without the sneaker style shoelaces.

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  2. Althis

    Althis Senior member

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    It's the Bourton model I believe.
     
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    pebblegrain Senior member

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    Keswick or Bourton, but the name is irrelevant, that combo is not a standard makeup and you will either need to MTO or wait for a special order to happen
     
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    aj_del Senior member

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    I think Nitty gritty sells something very similar as did Present london. You can check there

    If you want cheaper, then Sanders make a very similar one with a clarks DB type sole (forgot what it is called) which I find better than red brick sole.
     
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