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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. tricky

    tricky Senior member

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    Those look incredible.
     
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    i think trickers are a better value. nothing ive seen construction wise makes viberg a superior brand. they get the edge for using nicer materials though

    man of the viberg boots on their site retail for $700+. id much rather have a trickers shell boot gmto through shoehealer for that price or less

    edit-also does viberg make wingtips boots? i love their sleek slanting nose plain toe and captoe boots and bluchers. nice aesthetic
     
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    concur on the value of trickers. but there is a limit to how many teak cordovan boots i can own. most of us are not fortunate enough to be like aportnoy or zippy or mdubs. i do like my alden, trickers, and vibergs more than others though.
     
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    Is that Parisian blue in the middle? Outstanding.
     
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    Yes, parisian blue from Leathersoul. I was lucky enough to get them on sale. With time I think they will become more of a classic navy color.
     
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    Two new ones that sadly won't get worn for at least another six to eight weeks [​IMG]
     
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    The family for now.
     
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  9. tricky

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    Quite the family. What are the lasts on the last photo? The green suede in particular look different.

    And are you the same size in all?
     
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    All are the same size. blue, brown, and waxy champagne(grey/brown in person) are on the 4497 last, burgundy cordovan on the 2298, lollipop on the 4444. I could have went down a half size on the 4444. I wear really thick socks with them and they are okay. I just got the waxy champagne from END clothing. They don't list the last but I am guessing it is 4497. When I look at my pictures again they do look like they could be 4444. Might just be the angle. My first experience with waxy suede. They aren't as nice looking as calf or cordovan but I won't have to do anything to maintain them and they are supposed to be worn in the worst weather.
     
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    That's really helpful. Thanks
     
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    My only complaint about my beautiful Tricker's shoes is that the rubber bit on the heel seems to wear down very quickly.
     
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    Great collection sask boot!
     
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    I concur!

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    Wingtip boots last comparison: Crockett and jones Lindrick uk10.5 325 last vs Trickers 4497 uk11 malton

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    Thank you! I agree great bang for your buck. I didnt catch this until you guys mentioned it but the heels do wear down quite fast. I also have the lindrick Namor and that is another boot essentiel for the collection.
     
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    Thread is on fiyah!

    Trickers x RRL

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  19. tricky

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    Hot Damn those are the shit!
     
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    Beauties. When did Trickers make boots for RRL? Just recently?
     

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