Closeouts. Almost two centuries of shoemaking result in boots like Tricker's William chukka boots -- the quality is immediately apparent in the smooth leather upper, and continues with quality, finely honed construction methods.
Reviewed by MIdas from NYC on Sunday, May 12, 2013
I have pretty decent shoes for the most part. Ferragamo, AE, Cole Haan bench-made line, etc.
None of them, and I can't stress this enough, come CLOSE to the quality of these shoes. At least every other time I wear them, I am asked by someone what kind of boots they are/where I got them/ etc. These shoes will likely last longer than I do. They are that good. Why save $100 in the near term when the shoes won't look as good, wear as well or give you the number of wears that these will.
Shoes matter gents. And these shoes are worth the money.
Reviewed by N W from Connecticut on Friday, May 10, 2013
These are the most expensive shoes I've ever bought, but they're very nice and I have no regrets. They're very attractive and comfortable right out of the box. The British sizing on these felt like it was maybe 3/4 smaller than the American; I ordered a size down and it was a little snug, but the leather is pliable enough that it's not bothersome. If you fill out your typical size, you may want to consider going only a half size down. I just wish I'd also bought that other pair of Trickers I was eying before they sold out of my size.
Reviewed by Traveler from The Airport on Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Tricker's may be the best of the old English brands and difficult to find outside the UK. Their calfskins are supple and luminous, and the beechnut is one of the most beautiful. A rich medium brown with an auburn undertone. The Williams is built on a different last than Tricker's standard boots--more tapered, more elegant but still true to its roots as a go-anywhere shoe for a country gentleman.