Offical TRICKERS shoes and boots thread

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

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  1. wj4

    wj4 Senior member

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    Richard:

    It is not your fault, sir. Some things are beyond your control. You always provide top notch service, and that is the key foundation. I was always intrigued by finely made England shoes, but never bought any because they are not available locally. This has changed with the help of your company! :)
     


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    Tec shell cordovan
     


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    These are gorgeous.
     


  4. zippyh

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    Details please.
    Those are making me feel all tingly inside.
     


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    Specs said:
    Stow in tec shell cordovan
    4497 last
    Red dainite sole
    The rests are basic stuff

    Got them from retrickers, softer than horween's shell
     


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    zippyh Senior member

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    Very nice. Now that you mention it, I remember seeing those last week.
    There were some blue cordovans too.
     


  7. Shoehealer

    Shoehealer Well-Known Member

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    Thank you very much Sir. It has and continues to be a real pleasure to serve you.
    Perhaps I should open a store in the US !
     


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    Shoehealer Well-Known Member

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    Stunning Shoes Sir !
     


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    are the STP trickers on a 4497 last? anyone know?
     


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    The ones that look like Stows but are not Stows are on the W2298 last.
     


  11. Shoehealer

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    The STP are on W2298 Last which is same as the stock model 'James' Penny Loafer.
    Just for reference, the old 'Corniche' collection were also made on the W2298 Last.
    This Last is considered to be 'regular fitting' and true to size. It is slightly longer in the Toe Shape than regular 4497s Stow Last.
    regards,
    Richard.
     


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    Richard, any shell cordovan group MTOs that you are close to submitting?
     


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    FYI I've listed a pari of Navy Shell COrdovan Bourtons in B&S
     


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    FS from where? I suppose that if you bought them from retrickers, you wouldn't sell them so expensive?
     


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    A friend of mine picked them up for me in England.
     


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