Offical TRICKERS shoes and boots thread

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

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  1. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    another day, another pair of Trickers, in antique acorn

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  2. robinsongreen68

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    i just ordered some stows and it seems they will require looser denims than i've been wearing of late- when i tried a pair on in the shop i was wearing a suit with 8" hems and even then they looked pretty bulbous.
    i cant imagine they'd work with a smaller hem like my PS, unless one wanted to go for a 'traditional skinhead' type silhouette, not something i could pull off.
    anybody have any pics with fitted type jeans?
     


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    Picked up these Trickers Chelsea boots from their eBay shop.

    Coffee Brown, with what Trickers describe as a London Waist. The waist is quite narrow and has a bevel on it.

    They've been worn a couple of times and are very comfortable, a bit of saphir on the toes has bought out the burnishing.

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    jet Persian Bro

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    ^beautiful
     


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    ^beautiful

    agreed. them chelseas be slammin'.
     


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    What's the turnaround on mto tricker's?
     


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    ^beautiful

    agreed as well. But jet, what do you think about the color? I don't see it if that's a 'distinguished' (for lack of better term) brown.
     


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    What's the turnaround on mto tricker's?

    8-12 weeks, normally.
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    agreed as well. But jet, what do you think about the color? I don't see it if that's a 'distinguished' (for lack of better term) brown.

    love the burnished brown
     


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    Two pairs of MTO Tricker "Ghillie" Stow boots coming in to me in the next two weeks, will post pics as soon as I get them. Hopefully they will be fairly unique, which is what I was going for with these MTO.
     


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    Hopefully they will be fairly unique

    you don't know yet?
     


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    I figured Ghillie = unique, but I am waiting to see the colors I picked in real life since you can never know exactly what they will look like ordering from samples.
     


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    LS's new offering confuses me even more about what make characterizes keswicks. I thought the only difference between Bourtons and Keswicks was the color offering? If it's MTO, what still makes it a keswick model vs a bourton one?
     


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