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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. Johnny Amiga

    Johnny Amiga Senior member

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    Damn, seeing how the prices of MTO have soared I'd be interested in a Trickers group buy, but prolly not for a boot. Atleast not now, perhaps later in the year. Coffee burnished Eaton is a great choice tho.

    A suede Trickers longwing shoe on the other hand...

    MSAINT: Those look great!
     
  2. davidk

    davidk Well-Known Member

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    A suede Trickers longwing shoe on the other hand...

    Dark brown suede longwing on a commando sole?
     
  3. zippyh

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    Yep - only a tad disappointed. We've seen a pretty similar makeup already from my-wardrobe.com. Where are all the Dainite soles? It's all either Vibram, commando or... crepe, these days. Anyhoo.... guess I still save up for a MTO from Shoe Healer.

    Pediwear had some navy Bourtons on a dainite sole a little while ago.

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     
  4. Renton

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    I asked this before but never got an answer, does anyone which last was used on the not stow boots from Sierra Trading Post?
     
  5. Wes Bourne

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    I talked to Richard from Shoehealer and he agrees to do 6 Tricker's MTO for August delivery and 12 for September delivery. I'm looking for people with interest in getting the group MTO to PM me.
    The design I have in mind is the Tricker's Eaton in Coffee burnished or Burgundy burnished calf with all brass eyelets and commando sole / double leather sole. For each design, we need to have 6 persons participating, we can have 6/12//18 people with same design.
    I'll follow up with him with more details. The price for this MTO is regular pricing, no additional fees (~GBP 325 with VAT incl and deduct VAT for non-EU/UK). Let me know if I need to put this on separate thread.

    See link below for inspiration:
    https://www.shoehealer.co.uk/product...234&imgstate=2


    You might as well get Dainite soles instead, just like the LS MTO:
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    I believe MSAINT's are similar to those ^. Just a great combo.
     
  6. PaulYAY

    PaulYAY Senior member

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    ^sharp color. I like the black eyelets there.

    Here's the Nonnative Trickers (darby boots) from FW10 I just found out about. I really like these
    [​IMG]
     
  7. zippyh

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    I asked this before but never got an answer, does anyone which last was used on the not stow boots from Sierra Trading Post?

    If I had to guess, they were on the same last as the Paisley which is the wingtip shoe they were selling at the same time. Paisley is on the 2298 last.
     
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    You might as well get Dainite soles instead, just like the LS MTO:
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]

    I believe MSAINT's are similar to those ^. Just a great combo.


    Yeah, it's a great option too, now I need people to join the group buy....
     
  9. zippyh

    zippyh Senior member

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    I talked to Richard from Shoehealer and he agrees to do 6 Tricker's MTO for August delivery and 12 for September delivery. I'm looking for people with interest in getting the group MTO to PM me.
    The design I have in mind is the Tricker's Eaton in Coffee burnished or Burgundy burnished calf with all brass eyelets and commando sole / double leather sole. For each design, we need to have 6 persons participating, we can have 6/12//18 people with same design.
    I'll follow up with him with more details. The price for this MTO is regular pricing, no additional fees (~GBP 325 with VAT incl and deduct VAT for non-EU/UK). Let me know if I need to put this on separate thread.

    See link below for inspiration:
    https://www.shoehealer.co.uk/product...234&imgstate=2


    You might as well get Dainite soles instead, just like the LS MTO:

    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]

    I believe MSAINT's are similar to those ^. Just a great combo.


    I'd be up for a coffee or burgandy Eaton with dainite or double leather soles. Prefer not commando tho.
     
  10. Renton

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    If I had to guess, they were on the same last as the Paisley which is the wingtip shoe they were selling at the same time. Paisley is on the 2298 last.

    Thanks, but I guess that puts me back to square one. The 10 1/2 not stow fit me great length wise but I needed a wider width. Guess I'll try a 10 1/2 malvern or keswick in a 6 width and see where that gets me.
     
  11. zippyh

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    Thanks, but I guess that puts me back to square one. The 10 1/2 not stow fit me great length wise but I needed a wider width. Guess I'll try a 10 1/2 malvern or keswick in a 6 width and see where that gets me.

    The Stow is quite a bit wider than the Not Stow. Those are both 9.5UK fitting 5.
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  12. Renton

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    The Stow is quite a bit wider than the Not Stow. Those are both 9.5UK fitting 5.
    [​IMG]


    whoa, based on that picture, it looks like I could get away with a 5 width.
     
  13. 925

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    whoa, based on that picture, it looks like I could get away with a 5 width.
    fitting 5 is kinda like standard, and so far that's the only fitting you can get unless you are going to have MTO mine are in fitting 6 and actually not really that super wide.
     
  14. kanukki

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    Pediwear had some navy Bourtons on a dainite sole a little while ago.

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]


    Daaaaaaammmn... those are almost exactly what I had in mind, except with a red instead of black sole (and red calf lining). Pity I missed them, it would have been a fair bit cheaper than MTO.

    Thanks for posting
     
  15. jslade

    jslade Senior member

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    ^sharp color. I like the black eyelets there.

    Here's the Nonnative Trickers (darby boots) from FW10 I just found out about. I really like these
    [​IMG]

    Those are gorgeous! [​IMG]
     
  16. robinsongreen68

    robinsongreen68 Senior member

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    ^sharp color. I like the black eyelets there. Here's the Nonnative Trickers (darby boots) from FW10 I just found out about. I really like these [​IMG]
    these are gorgeous- any idea what last?
     
  17. Renton

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    fitting 5 is kinda like standard, and so far that's the only fitting you can get unless you are going to have MTO mine are in fitting 6 and actually not really that super wide.
    Hmm, I thought you could get the Malton and the Keswick in a 6 width without mto.
     
  18. zippyh

    zippyh Senior member

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  20. kgmessier

    kgmessier Senior member

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    yup you are correct
    and speaking of fitting 6, these from Très Bien Shop looks very nice
    http://www.tresbienshop.net/bourton-suede-copper/


    For some reason, the link isn't working right now, so here's a pic:

    [​IMG]
     

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