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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. CTBrummie

    CTBrummie Senior member

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    ^He's a busy man at the moment - Michelle called me this morning to arrange delivery of the three pairs of shoes I've just had re-soled up there!
     
  2. sklark23

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    I am a size 7.5 in AE and Alden, should I go for UK6 or 7 for Trickers?
     
  3. meso

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    Depends on which Trickers and which AEs.
     
  4. sklark23

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    7.5 on trubalance last for Alden, 7.5 for neumora and elgin, 8.0 for strand and the trickers I am looking at are the end hunting club. pair with a width of 5, they do not offer half sizes
     
  5. Steve7

    Steve7 Active Member

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    Trickers website has ALL the info you need on what size to take!

    These are on the 4444 last, as they End website tells you.

    Now go to the shoe (or any shoe) on Trickers website - and click the link for "fitting information"...

    http://www.trickers.com/sizing.htm

    The info for EVERY last is on that page if you scroll down the text on the left and then use the conversion chart.

    [COLOR=FF00AA]"The Country Shoe Collection:
    Last number 4444, these come up ½ a size big and are a generous fit. If you normally take a size 8, we recommend you need to buy a size 7 ½. "[/COLOR]
     
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    sklark23 Senior member

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    I could not find the last on the end clothing website so I figured I would ask. I was using that exact page but it seems a little less useful without knowing the last. So it is the country shoe last. Thanks
     
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    FWIW, I wear US 7D (AE 5D; Alden Plaza & Grant); 6.5D (Alden Barrie)

    For Tricker's Stow, I wear UK 6-5 (with '5' being the width)
     
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    I wear an 8D in Alden Barrie and Trubalance and size 7.5 fitting 5 in both Tricker's 4444 and 4497. Sounds like you should try a 7UK .
     
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    I wear a 7.5D in Alden Barrie last
    And take a UK 7 in both Tricker 4444 and 4497 last.
    Personally I prefer the 4444 because it feels slightly roomier in the toe and definetly more room in the instep, which is crucial for my high instep.
     
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    davichan Well-Known Member

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    cross-post to share

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    being a NY'er i'm a fan of having a lil' "Uptown and Downtown" in my boot rotation.

    here is a brief simple side-by-side of my:
    - MTO Tricker Herman cap-toes (left)Thanks again Shoehealer!
    - Dr. Marten MiE 1460 (right)
     
  11. sjmin209

    sjmin209 Senior member

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    FYI Asos has 30% off sitewide today (code on site). The code makes their overpriced Trickers slightly more affordable for US folks than ordering full-price from overseas.
     
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    Makes for a good price (with free shipping) for their version of the Ilkley


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  13. zippyh

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    Except Ilkleys aren't longwings.

    Those are nice though.
     
  14. Edmund K

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    Tricker's Bourton brogue shoes (Espresso) with Danite sole and self-modified sole edge. Please comment! [​IMG]

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    Those look great in the wild, very nice leather color! I'm trying to decide between them and the Keswick in c-shade. I really like the Danite soles over the leather or lug of the Keswick.
     
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  18. The7Ups

    The7Ups Well-Known Member

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    Size 8 would be me but dear oh dear, the colour, that's some bad hat harry. I'd be in like a shot though for the marmalade boot if it was my size.

    Interesting pricing by Trickers, the cordovan seconds are only 15 pounds more expensive then regular calf.
     
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