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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. IIIrd Icon

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    tnx,guys! .... really worth the long wait.
     
  2. Farhad19620

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    [Some Trickers love today [​IMG][/B] [​IMG]
     
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    Hi all!
    Maybe not the correct forum but may someone help me with sizing of red wing s 877 please? I would like to know how these compare to trickers country range (both 4444 last and 4497). Thank you all!
    Thomas
     
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    Superb! Can you who us how you'd rock the Teak Allan boot with an outfit? Curious what color combos and pants work well with that look and shade.

    Very jealous. You got these from Shoe Healer?

    I have no clue what I am in Tricker's sizing. I'm an 8E on Brannock, 7.5D-E on Barrie, 7.5EEE on AE 5-65, and 7.5 in Viberg 2030 last.

    High instep, low-ish arch, wider feet. Can't find any Tricker's in stores here in SF.
     
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    ^IMO, on 4497 super last = UK 7 fitting 6 = UK 7.5 fitting 5
     
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    Yep, from Shoe Healer. Teak is a pretty versatile color. Kind of similar to Alden Ravello. I try to avoid pants that are too similar in color but wear just about anything else with them.
     
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    Thank you! Will store this valuable gem.
     
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    Hi,
    I bought one bourton and one ilkley from shoehealer (richard was great), and received the shoes yesterday, loved both, my problem is that i always use us11 and bought both in 10 but they are roomier , on width, that i like, i put an insole in both and feels better, my problem is i never wear insoles and it's driving me crazy. Should i try tighter the laces and wait for the break in period?
     
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    finally back home and had these waiting upon my arrival...I absolutely love how they turned out and thanks to everyone for participating!

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    the only complaint I have is this bit of pock type marks I have over a bit of the shell. anyone else have this?

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    Anyone knows if the Keswick is corrected or full grain, I would appreciate it?

    Also do they have Veldtschoen construction?
     
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    Depends which Keswick you're asking about. But in general they don't use corrected grain.
    No on the veldtschoen construction.
     
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    Yeah mine have some of the little welts.
     
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    I wear a UK 9.5 Grasmere boot (4497 last) , UK 9.5 Ilkley shoe (4444 last) and wear a US 11 Red Wing 875
     
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    dupe
     
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    Keswick rubber commado sole , in c shade colour.

    Do you know any of their models to be of veldtschoen?
     
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    Yeah those Keswicks are full grain.

    I know Tricker's has done veldtschoen in the past but I don't know if they still do.
    Your best bet would be to ask the Shoe Healer.
     
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    PSA: Some Tricker's deals at Leather Soul Last Pair sale.
     
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    thinking about the black calf stow with natural welt and leather sole
     
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    Zippy, are Keswicks 4444 last? thx.
     

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