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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. Marcellionheart

    Marcellionheart Senior member

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    I wish I could say these were mine:

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  2. ManofKent

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    These are gorgeous... What's the model name?

    Brad Logger boots

    They're coming from the Trickers Factory shop - I'm guessing they were an unwanted made to order model or an old special/collaboration. The only place I know of that sells Trickers Logger boots is shoe healer : https://www.shoehealer.co.uk/Tricker...Boot_2150.html , and as standard they're calf and with the speed hooks at the top rather than eyelets all the way up.
     
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    Brad Logger boots

    They're coming from the Trickers Factory shop - I'm guessing they were an unwanted made to order model or an old special/collaboration. The only place I know of that sells Trickers Logger boots is shoe healer : https://www.shoehealer.co.uk/Tricker...Boot_2150.html , and as standard they're calf and with the speed hooks at the top rather than eyelets all the way up.


    Cheers. I may give Richard a shout.

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    Tried to order these beauties off the net but couldn't make sense of korean website!
    More here: http://hypebeast.com/2010/01/blackhi...country-boots/


    I would contact Richard at the Shoe Healer. He should be able to order you a pair following these specs (black scotch grain, black calf, commando sole).
     
  5. Get Smart

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    Just added these to the stable from Leather Soul, been wanting a burgundy Stow boot for quite a few years now.

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    Love both of those. Especially like the natural welt. I'd like to see pics of the burgundy in natural light if you get a chance.
     
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    ^^ sure, I should have in hand by mid week. Actually am curious about the burgundy shade myself, I've never seen Trickers interpretation of burgundy. The natural welt was definitely a dealmaker
     
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    Richard the Shoehealer just e-mailed me with pictures of my new MTO Trickers.

    Deets: Brown Zug Grain, Semi-brogue style, commando last, storm welt. I cannot wait.

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    A picture of these beauties arrived in my inbox five minutes ago and it took approximately 60 seconds before the battle of desire over financial sense was over: [​IMG]
    Lovely. That shade of green is just right.
     
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    Wow, beautiful boots, GS. I'm looking forward to more photos. Tarmac- those espresso Stows look excellent. Thanks for giving me a preview of what mine will look like eventually. Now that I finally have some Stows on the way, I am thinking that some leather soled acorn Bourtons will be my next shoe. I've always liked the acorn color. [​IMG]
     
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    Wow, beautiful boots, GS. I'm looking forward to more photos.
    I am thinking that some leather soled acorn Bourtons will be my next shoe. I've always liked the acorn color.
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    def will

    The acorn bourton is great, it took me a while to figure out if I wanted that color, but I'm glad I did because it pairs well with a lot of gear
     
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    yeah that color looks awesome ... seems rather bold from pic but im sure it looks great with jawns.

    WANT!
     
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    not a fan of acorn prefer others
     
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    wanting a vintage pair of black riding boots remade; bidded for a pair on ebay but seller was pulled. [​IMG]
     
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    def will

    The acorn bourton is great, it took me a while to figure out if I wanted that color, but I'm glad I did because it pairs well with a lot of gear


    i have the acorn stowes and think the color goes great with a lot of gear as well. it's a color you have to "own", but it's quite striking. i really dig the way it looks with indigo, black, patterns, etc. they're my go-to boots. then again, i am color blind so i may be way off. that said, these get more compliments than my indys, whites, or wescos.
     
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    Quick question guys, if I am a 9D, would a 8 in UK sizing be suitable in Bourtons?
     
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    Quick question guys, if I am a 9D, would a 8 in UK sizing be suitable in Bourtons?

    Probably but shoe sizing is very much a YMMV. I'm generally a 12D in US brands and an 11 medium in UK but not always...
     
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    Quick question guys, if I am a 9D, would a 8 in UK sizing be suitable in Bourtons?


    David, it really depends on the model, I'm a 7E in Alden Indy / Red Wing 877 Irish Setters and a 6.5 fitting 6 in both my Tricker's Stow and on my MTO Grasmere.

    Note that the fitting on the Grasmere is a bit larger than on the Stow!

    Clickable pics of my first Stow in Expresso brown from the day they arrived home, 2 years ago:
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    and the picture I sent Richard for my MTO: [​IMG]
    the result is on "shoehealer" site: https://www.shoehealer.co.uk/Tricker...mere_1810.html
     
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    Lovely!
    Thanks!
    I should have asked a real cap toe that's my only "regret" [​IMG]
     

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