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Tricker's Tricker’s Langston Wingtip Boots - Leather (For Men)

Closeouts. When a brand commits itself to quality, boots like Tricker's Langston wingtip boots result. Satin-finished leather upper displays a collection of brogued accents, and the handmade construction couldn't be more durable.

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  • Reviewed by Alec from Oakland on Saturday, November 26, 2016
    Really nicely made. Runs large: I wear a 12-12.5 and I was fine in a size 11.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mountain Musician from San Francisco on Thursday, November 13, 2014
    These are absolutely beautiful shoes and, if they fit your feet, you'll be very pleased with the quality. DON"T LISTEN to all the reviews - try them on yourself. Based on the comments that they were narrow, I erred on the side of going a bit bigger. The UK 9 (I usually wear a US 10) was huge on my foot, specifically in the toe box. Unfortunately there are none left in 8.5 UK so they will have to go back to STP. In my opinion, these are no more narrow than anything else on the market. I guess most of the customers have fat feet!
  • Reviewed by John's Feet from Michigan on Thursday, October 31, 2013
    The quality of this Wingtip Boot is outstanding and reflects the above average suggested retail price. The UK sizing is a challenge. Some recommend ordering a half size smaller for US sizes and others recommend a full size smaller. I ordered a half size smaller and found it too large for my foot. When I ordered a full size smaller it was too small and I had to return to Sierra for a refund. The width of the boot was ok but but toe width is a bit narrow. I concluded that the design did not work for my feet. I did not want to return them because I loved the boots but the fit was not for me. Sierra has a wonderful return policy but I did end up paying a return shipping fee.
  • Reviewed by Findoc from Arkansas on Monday, September 2, 2013
    These dress boots are beautifully made of fine calf leather, a work of art--or old-fashioned artisanship. They fit fine, though required a little wearing in. They are a bit narrow and long; every pair of English shoes I've bought except Clark's) have run long. I think that's just how the lasts are made. I measure a 10 D and bought the size 9 med. Some conversion charts call for sizing down a half size, but I've found a full size to work best.
  • Reviewed by CtheB from Around on Sunday, July 7, 2013
    I have now got these in every color in my size. That's 10UK to fit my usual 10.5 boot size (with medium thick wool socks). These boots are amazing. They can be dressed up or worn more casually, and yes, they are good for walking in the field with proper care -(I use oebernaufs, and haven't yet needed a colored polish). I own the famous Trickers Stow, and prefer these for day to day, work (office), and around town in poor weather. The Stows serve as hiking boots when I plan to go somewhere nice with the wife afterwards, but these boots from Sierra are sleeker and are better for wearing with business casual clothes, and go just fine with dress pants. The leather is thinner on these than on my Stows, but have no fear, these are tough boots, and they look just as great with miles of travel as straight out of the box. Unless you wear some sort of ultrasleek dress shoe, like a high end italian, or work in an environment where people know the difference between a balmoral and a blucher (why did you go to law school?) then these can easily be worn when you would normally wear an American-made or British-made dress shoes (or especially if you don't even know where your dress shoes were made). It should be noted that, as in the pictures, the beechnut color is a leather sole, while the rest have the Dainite rubber sole. And the fit- fantastic.
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