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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. NAMOR

    NAMOR Senior member

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    love the green Keswick's
     
  2. MSAINT

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    [​IMG]

    Hey, Zippyh could you please tell us more about the AS Hamish compared to the Tricker's you own (Sizing, quality, comfort...)? [​IMG]
     
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  3. zippyh

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    I just got the Hammish the other day from Shoe Healer.
    Quality: they seem pretty comparable to Tricker's.
    Comfort: just got them and haven't worn them except to make sure they fit.
    Sizing: they're on the 87 which is narrower and sleeker as compared to the 4497/4444 lasts. I went 1/2 size up from my usual 4497/4444 size.

    I'm probably going to put them away for a few months now. I had debated getting them since it's not the season for them but the pebble/tweed/light edge trim combo was just what I wanted.
    [​IMG]
     
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  4. MSAINT

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    Thanks a lot Zippyh! [​IMG]

    Those boots are a really beautiful indeed (I also like the AS Dalmore a lot [​IMG] )
     
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    Thanks for the pics steve7,

    I like the contrast laces.
     
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    I agree, the light brown laces match the sole, so it's a perfect combo IMO.
     
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    This is what I (can't really :)) see inside the shoe. I can distinguish M3616 in the second line, but the rest...

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    Slightly better in the other shoe:

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    I checked the pair of Tricker's I own. First row had six digits, but I have no ideas what those numbers mean. The second row showed the model number and the third row was for size and fitting. The only way I was able to figure out which last my shoes were on was that the last was provided on the price sticker.
     
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    Thanks, Biggen.

    Let's try:

    897151
    M3616 (says so on the box too)
    5.5 (?)
     
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    The last line is probably "9 5" as in size and fitting.
    A lot of ebay listings interpret that as size 9.5 but Tricker's usually write half sizes as "9 1/2".
     
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    Ah, that's good info! Since the size on the box was crossed out and changed from 8.5 to 9, I thought maybe the box was wrong and the size of the shoes was actually 8.5.
     
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    What Zippyh said should be correct. My shoes are marked 10 1/2 5 which is the same as the stated size and fitting on the box.
     
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    [​IMG]

    randomly found in Japanese site, never seen this combo before.
     
  14. mothball

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    I really like those. I would buy them and only wear them twice, occasionally taking them out of their bags to admire them...but I really like those.
     
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    just got these suede bourtons (?) gently used off of ebay. they have a red brick sole. anyone know the story on these?
     
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  19. djwoblely

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    konadog,

    Those are nice!
     
  20. mothball

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    +1. Those are great.
     

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