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Tricker's X Division Road


The Tricker's x Division Road C.F. Stead Bordeaux Oiled Shoulder Stow Boot is an exclusive collaboration with the definitive maker of English Country footwear and uses a premium burgundy brown, Oiled Shoulder upper paired with a Dainite sole. This Division Road exclusive style utilizes the shoulder portion of full weight steer hides for a tight and pliable grain, which are tanned in the UK by the storied C.F. Stead, stuffed with a high oil and fat content, and aniline dyed to retain each hide’s natural feel and remarkable grain characteristics. The hides are then waxed for durability while allowing for a deep pull-up and patina that highlights the innate qualities of the leather.

The Stow Boot is one of Tricker's original country boots that features the signature medallion and wingtip design with refined brogue and punching details throughout.

All Tricker's undergo 260 individual steps in which craftspeople include a mulling concoction to infuse the uppers with oils, a wooden shank, a corking compound from a century-old recipe, and exquisite English finishing.

This Stow's elegant silhouette is achieved by using the w2298 Last that has an urban dress boot shape with a slightly extended toe that accommodates a variety of foot types. This results in a simple boardroom-to-backwoods focused boot that combines country footwear build-quality with a modern form, made to the refined craftsmanship standards expected from a Tricker's.

This boot takes a British classic to new heights while acting as a foundation to any ensemble with its natural Barbour storm welt and midsole atop a British-made Dainite sole, complemented with tonal dark brown eyelets.

As England's oldest shoemaker, Royal warrant holder, originator of the country boot and one of the first and few still utilizing traditional Goodyear welting to the highest standards of quality in the industry, a Tricker's truly is made to last a lifetime in all conditions.

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