The cavalry has arrived with British formality and Yankee style. Using US-made Horween Leathers and Vibram soles, Division Road teamed up with Tricker’s to produce four different make ups for the modern gentleman who knows his history.
In this exclusive collaboration collection, we re-mixed the nearly two century old Tricker’s formula to create designs the world has never seen: in versatile leathers on the sleek w2298 Last, paired with natural Barbour and leather storm welts, 4014 Christy soles, and industrial 2060 walking soles, each boot has a forward aesthetic that upholds the rugged legacy of Tricker’s footwear.
To top off this Across the Pond release, we are pleased to debut London’s own Bates Hatters for the apprized gentleman. Featuring finely made caps that nod to the past while elevating the present, a wardrobe is incomplete without this quintessential style addition.
Get ahead with a cap from Bates, located on Jermyn Street in London since 1898. Made in Belgium and England using only the best UK-sourced fabrics, Bates draws from iconic styles seen in both industrial and leisure settings from the late 19th century and beyond. Weather-ready and markedly distinguished, each hat brings an ensemble together with timeless refinement.
For the veg-tan patina hounds, we present a Low Leg Logger like no other. In Horween’s Cognac Dublin leather, made with the same extracts as Horween’s Cordovan, this character rich boot has considered comfort thanks to the dressy shape of the w2298 Last atop a light and sturdy 2060 Vibram Sole.
We re-upped the Churchill Boot in a supple and finely finished Walnut Cavalier. This combination re-tanned hide is flexbile and durable, similar to Chromexcel but with heightened pull-up qualities. Also on the w2298 Last with a color-matched 2060 sole, it’s a combat boot for all corners of the metropolis.
This Allan Boot rides steady and solid with its oil-infused, waxed, and fat-liquored Sienna Latigo leather. With accolades including a natural finish and illustrious grain consistency, this cap-toed treasure utilizes the w2298 Last and a Vibram Christy sole to yield the perfect urban-styled country boot.
To boot out the competition for a shoe-in winner, look no further than the black-on-black Brogued Bourton Derby Shoe. In the classically renowned Horween Black Chromexcel, this shoe pairs w2298 comfort with an all-black Christy sole that highlights subtler accents of a modern ensemble.