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Tricker's

Textured Stow Boot - Commando - Black

$525.00

Description

The Stow is the definitive example of the Tricker’s heritage as a heavy brogue wingtip boot that uses hard-wearing European premium leather uppers, leather lining, a natural Barbour storm welt and midsole, and a British-made Goodyear welted sole. The Textured Stow (aka The Blackout Brogue) is a Division Road exclusive design utilizing three types of black leathers in different sections of the pattern: Scotch Grain on the wing cap and counter for protection in high contact areas, Repello Suede on the vamp for comfort and flexibility, and Calf on the shaft for durability and form. Truly made to last a lifetime, the construction of this brogue boot with a commando sole allows for all conditions in a style appropriate for the board room, street, or countryside.

Specs

  • Black Scotch Grain, Repello Suede, Calf Leather
  • Exclusive to Division Road
  • Stow Last (4497S)
  • Leather Lining
  • Brogue Details
  • Nickel Eyelets
  • Natural Barbour Storm Welt
  • Natural Midsole
  • Commando Sole
  • Division Road Signature Yellow Heel Pull
  • Tan & Yellow Workman and Black Waxed Nylon Laces
  • Goodyear Welted Construction
  • Handcrafted in England

Sizing

Tricker’s UK sizing is listed, which is technically just a half (.5) size down from your US shoe size. In comparison with most common US boot/shoe manufacturers, however, Tricker's will be a half (.5) to a full (1) size down. The 4497s is a fairly common last with an average width fitting and can accommodate various foot types as long as the right size is obtained.

For additional information consult our Sizing Guide.

Please feel free to Contact Us for further assistance.

About Tricker's

One of the longest established shoemakers in England, Tricker's is recognized with an outstanding reputation for excellence in quality manufacturing and as the maker of choice for heavy country boots. Approaching 200 years of quality footwear production, the “new” Tricker's factory opened its doors in 1904, which is still the center for all Tricker's manufacturing today. Using 260 individual production steps, Tricker’s are still built to the same exacting standards that cemented the shoemaker's reputation using unique processes that make... View All Tricker's Products