Trickers New In-Stock Catalogue 2nd June 2017

Trickers New In-Stock Catalogue

New styles and new variants from Trickers

R.E. Tricker Ltd, the long established Northampton manufacturer of fine footwear, have recently rationalised their in-stock catalogue.  Best known for their excellent quality Country range, they have now introduced new Dainite soled versions of the Woodstock Derby shoes and Burford boots whilst still continuing to offer the leather soled option.  Some rationalisation has taken place in that most versions of the Malton will henceforth be named Stow, and most Keswick styles named Bourton.  These were already essentially the same styles in all but name, having the same design and construction, so the new answer to the perennial question" what is the difference between Stow and Malton" or "Bourton and Keswick" is that the Malton and Keswick now only have Commando rubber soles and are made only in the wide 6 fitting.

Some styles including the Ripon and Wetherby boots and most of the older Jermyn Street Collection styles have now been withdrawn as stock items.  We have limited stock of most of these still shown on our site.

Trickers' formal shoes are now known as the "Town Collection" and include most of the previous well-loved 1829 Collection styles and the Lambourn Chelsea boot from the Jermyn Street collection,  plus three styles which were formally part of the City Collection and not held in stock except at Trickers' London store in Jermyn Street.  These three, which were not previously available to us, are : the James, a robust loafer, the Wiltshire, a lovely plain Derby shoe, and the Norfolk, an elegant Oxford Brogue.  All of these (amongst other colours) offer a Chestnut burnished calf version, which is a beautiful leather and was very popular when we introduced our specially commissioned version of the Stow last year.

Previous customers of this brand will be well aware of the sturdiness and excellent quality of Trickers' footwear, and we are proud to continue our long-standing relationship with them.

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