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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. zippyh

    zippyh Senior member

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    G&G = Gaziano & Girling
    JLP = John Lobb Paris

    The Tricker's Minster seems to be a shoe version of the Eaton boot.
     
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    And Cheaney have made some great country boots and shoes - they've been producing extremely solid veldtschoens for decades and their Pennine boot is well worth a look.

    The AS Dumfries is a boot that rivals the Malton, just a shame that they recently upped the price on it so significantly as it, along with the Selkirk/Kelso, was the sturdiest country boot you could buy for the money...
     
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    Thanks, and yes it does. I e-mailed Richard about them, they are out of my size.
     
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    These look great
     
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    Does anyone here know how to care for burnished leather? Do you use conditioner? Polish?
     
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    Pretty much exactly the same as other calf only don't go for a high shine.
     
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    Ok, I heard that conditioner does not soak in so it is pretty much useless.
     
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    Thanks, dsmivtr!

    I was looking at those laces online for the same purpose but did not have a chance to see them in store. What color laces would you guys go with on some C Shade Maltons?
     
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    There's a tan one I think that should look well with C-shade without being too ostentatious
     
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    Semi brogue offering from Tomorrowland, basically a Stow and Longwing without the medallion.

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    There's also a mid cut version?!

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    Anymore photos of the longwing?
     
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    I really like this low boot - does anyone else carry these?
     
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    Te bureau used to have some stubby stows. Dunno if they still do.
     
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    Yes, but they don't have my size in the scotch grain.
     
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    purely stunning!!!! best Stow i've seen for many a day! and best modded! plus oxblood my fave colour... only thing stopped me from copping bureau belfast stow lollipop was exactly as u said, they were just too red... but u oxblood it out. KUDOS!!!!! the lollipop king is dead. long live the oxblood king!!!!
     
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    Wonder what the MTO price would be on a pair very similar to the Junya x Trickers...

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    Those are UNREAL. what are they?
     

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