Since 1829 (more than 50 years before Alden), Tricker’s have been crafting fine footwear with the utmost precision and highest levels of craftsmanship. Though they began making shoes for ye olde Englishman to till the ground for potatoes or whatever, they continue to make shoes for today’s market, which tends to look more like a guy mining for bitcoins.
UK retailer END. has maintained their relationship with Tricker’s in the form of special make-ups, like their recently released Low Leg Logger Boot. Made with Earth Repello Suede uppers, they’re built with six brass eyelets and a convenient heel tab. Finished with a Dainite sole via Goodyear welt, they’ll keep their footing in the face of a slippery metal grate. But, if it is raining out, you might want to use some sort of suede protector to keep your investment from drowning.
Available for $489 at End. Clothing.