Tricker's at Sierra Trading Post

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  1. zippyh

    zippyh Senior member

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    Looking at the wingtip shoes closer, those aren't Bourtons.
    Bourtons have 4 eyelets. The ones pictured are 5 eyelet.
     


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    will any of these work for a fairly wide foot I'm a 12E in katahdins? particularly interested in the boots, i've been eyeing for a while
     


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    Looking at the wingtip shoes closer, those aren't Bourtons.
    Bourtons have 4 eyelets. The ones pictured are 5 eyelet.


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    Looking at the wingtip shoes closer, those aren't Bourtons.
    Bourtons have 4 eyelets. The ones pictured are 5 eyelet.

    Ascots from the Jermyn Street Collection?
     


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    Looking at the wingtip shoes closer, those aren't Bourtons. Bourtons have 4 eyelets. The ones pictured are 5 eyelet.
    Weird. They have the eyelets of the Kendal, but everything else looks Bourton.
     


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    zippyh Senior member

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    Weird. They have the eyelets of the Kendal, but everything else looks Bourton.

    Strange. The Kendals and Woodstocks pictured on the Pediwear site have 5 eyelets. But the Kendals pictured on the Shoe Healer site and in my Tricker's catalog show them as 4 eyelet.

    I think baba booey correctly identified the STP wingtips as Ascots.
     


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    Thanks for posting this - I invested in boots, brogues and captoes. In return, will post size impressions. I'm a 10.5 E US, went with UK 10. Opinion seems divided in the STP reviews and elsewhere regarding sizing down a half- or full-size so we'll just have to wait and see.
    I'm a 10.5 US (mainly for width) and a 9.5 Bourton is still a little loose. I can generally swing a 10 UK with insoles, usually. But the "country" Tricker's are supposedly a half-size larger than regular ones. I may even be able to do a 9 in Bourtons. Unclear what collection these are from. The colors are off from UK offerings, too... Here's my freshly purchased (used) Bourtons in antique marron. A classic shade, like acorn... I don't see either of them on the site. [​IMG] Regardless, a great deal. Just the shipping from the UK is killer -- about 20 pounds. Even if you score a pair of cheap Loakes, it adds up [​IMG]
     


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    Mr. Moo Boxercise Toughguy

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    Good deal. Thank you, OP.
     


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    My size is gone. Thanks OP, though.
    EDIT: According to the info on SF, 8.5 UK should fit my usual 9.5 US feet.
    This deal is too good to pass that I placed an order on a pair of 9UK. Finger crossed that they would work with insoles.
     


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    zissou Senior member

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    I think baba booey correctly identified the STP wingtips as Ascots.
    Definitely not Ascots. Aside from the back of the shoe being different, it has a different medallion on the toe. STP: [​IMG] Ascot: [​IMG]
     


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    thanks for the heads up on these, almost bought the same wingtips last year on stp -think the price got even lower then(lower 200s maybe), but it might not this time with everyone here buying them.
     


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    Definitely not Ascots. Aside from the back of the shoe being different, it has a different medallion on the toe.

    STP:
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    Ascot:
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    You're right. I was squinting at the little pictures in the Tricker's catalog.

    Perhaps Paisleys.
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    think the price got even lower then(lower 200s maybe)

    Here's to hoping that happens!
    I can't justify it... just picked up those Bourtons and a pair of mcnairy x EG longwings.
    But you know, for the right price [​IMG]
     


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    so if im a 9 on brannock device is 8.5uk ok?

    oohhh boy... should be an eight UK...
     


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    Perhaps Paisleys.
    I think you've got it. Looks like a sleeker toe compared to the Bourton?
     


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