After a brief hiatus, we’re back in the shop full force, ready to provide even more sensational goods. This week, we’re pleased to present a cross-continental collaboration collection designed exclusively for Division Road with Tricker’s and Bates. This harvest of heritage comes in specialty sourced Harris Tweed and Horween Leather as an evolved take on traditional town and country English style that’s perfectly presented in a coordinated color scheme for the current autumn into winter period and beyond.
Starting at the foundation with footwear, we have yet another exclusive collaboration collection re-mixed from the nearly two-centuries old Tricker’s formula comprised of Hoween’s Chromexcel and Dublin leathers to produce entirely unique make-ups. For the crown, we present an exclusive collection from London’s own Bates Hatters in Harris Tweeds that embody a vintage era with tradition and character, while remaining elevated for the present. Developed with that unmistakable Division Road perspective, grab your coordinated head to toe pairing in classically inspired, versatile pieces.
With Tricker’s we are pleased to represent the iconic Stow Boot and Bourton Derby Shoe, both coming in the sleeker country dress w2298 Last with a city state of mind and wrapped in standout Navy and Color 8 Chromexcel leathers with a natural core that will patina and burnish to casually contrast the exquisite brogue detailing signature to these patterns. More recently revived from the archives in another pairing within a unified series, the Robert Derby Shoe and Tramping Boot patterns come in the accommodative and sophisticatedly shaped 4497s Last, boasting an undyed Natural and deeply dyed Color 8 Dublin to properly present our favorite waxed vegetable tannage with pull-up durability in glorious styles with grit.
To start off hat season with a British bang, we bring you another exclusive collection of Bates in brilliant Harris Tweeds crafted into the contemporary Toni and Gatsby cuts that hallmark vintage panel caps with more modern lines. Produced on home treadle looms using centuries old techniques, Harris Tweed has uniquely maintained their trademark shears that are dyed in wool, spun into yarn, and woven into patterns to create remarkably complex palettes that enhance all the natural characteristics of the material. From London’s own with an evergreen twist, this collection will provide all the artisan aspects of old-world craftsmanship in an indispensable accouterment for those modern gentlemen who give a tip of the cap to the past while looking to the future.