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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. badeggcat

    badeggcat Senior member

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    Well well. Something that's actually not fugly in the Corniche line. Pretty affordable as well.

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    Black suede shoes, anyone? An older model...

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  3. Edgein

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    This may have been posted, but STP has Trickers Buford Derby boots up. Nice make up. They are at $497, less whatever discount is the flavor of the week. At least 35% off of that price, maybe 45%. Other boots shoes as well.
     
  4. Michigan Planner

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    I just got a pair of these as well.

    I have to give a shout out to ShoeHealer.com for the speed in which they shipped them out. I placed the order last week Thursday and they arrived at my doorstep yesterday morning. Seems pretty good to me for coming from the UK to Detroit. Plus, DHL shipping is so much better than UPS or FedEx for international shipping. I would definitely buy through them again.
     
  5. oven1969

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    Received my Eaton just now, man, they are beautiful. Thanks Richard!
     
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    I am kind of glad those Eatons are sold out in my size because they are fucking gorgeous and I would have to purchase...
     
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    I quite sure MSAINT is the one who bought them :D
     
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  10. oven1969

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    I have a question...

    is M7047 wider than M5633?

    thanks in advance
     
  11. surly19

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    Does anyone have any insight on comparing Trickers and Alden sizing? I own a pair of Trickers Stow which I believe is the 4497 last. In 9.5 UK... They fit ok but not perfectly... I need quite a thick sock...and tightly laced... I think this is considered a pretty wide last.

    I'm trying to determine my size in the Barrie and Trubalance last.... Any thoughts appreciated....
     
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    Stp never offered trickers smaller than 8.5UK right? I need an 8uk :(
     
  13. sjmin209

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    Long ago & far away, they did sell 8UK, but in the past 2 years, I haven't seen anything lower than 8.

    Having said that, I generally take an 8UK, but find that the 8.5UK in the not Stows fits me just fine.
     
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    yeah ive been using insoles but just dont want to anymore

    plus i have so many shoes no point in keeping ill fitting ones

    ill just have to keep a look out

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  15. oven1969

    oven1969 Well-Known Member

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    I have a pair of Tricker's Stow in 9.5UK Fitting 5, which fit me well with thicker socks in the winter. in Alden, I have a pair of alden Indy in Trubalance US10D and an Alden x Selfedge in Trubalance 10E.

    With my wider feet, I find the 10E is best for me.

    It seems that your feet is not as wide, my 2 cents is to go for Alden 10D in Trubalance.

    Hope that helps
     
  16. badeggcat

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    MSAINT, please take some good photos and share with us once you have the boots on hand!
     
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    Gawd. Good luck, dude. I'm on my third pair of Aldens and I still haven't gotten it quite right. I think you have to resolve yourself to buying a pair from a retailer that has a good return policy and then just keep returning them and trying different variations until you nail it down. For example, I wear 10.5 D in standard American size (e.g. Allen Edmonds). I have Trickers in UK 10 (5 width) that fit so well I'm tempted to wear them to bed. But I've tried 10E and 10D on the Barrie last and 10.5D on the Leydon last in Aldens. None fits right. I'm about to try 9.5D on the barrie.

    Frankly, it's more than a little frustrating. I wish Alden would standardize their sizing and reduce the types of lasts they use. I think Trickers does a better job of it and I, personally, am much more confident in my ability to find Trickers that fit without trying them on.
     
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  19. MSAINT

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    As promised, the new Tricker's boots I received yesterday! [​IMG]

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