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End. x Tricker’s Richard Golosh Brogue

Sometimes, two entities come together in collaboration, but the final product kind of looks like it never really reached the second party. Such is the case with the End. Tricker’s Richard Golosh Brogue. This one screams Tricker’s, a name synonymous with English brogues. It’s their bread and butter. Their tee and biscuits. Tricker’s does a lot of things, but brogues are what they do.

When I think of End Clothing I think of, among other things, just how crazy their Nike and Adidas accounts are — Zoom Air, and Boost-soled sneakers in incredible color ways out the wah-zoo. So when I saw “End. x Tricker’s” I thought this collision of odd bed-fellows had the delicious potential to go any number of ways, from classed-up streetwear sublimity to truly garish clobb-hoppers requiring the included fold-out 3-D glasses to view the pair in all its hypercolor glory.

Alas, there are no 3-D glasses with this one, and there’s very little “End.” included either. But that’s not really a knock, because, as mentioned earlier, Tricker’s makes a brogue. It’s a classy English affair with standard brogueing, a long-wing design — as apposed to the short wing version predominantly found in the UK — a goodyear welt, and it’s completely handmade in England (but of course).

Maybe the chaps at End Clothing made the call on the pull tab?

Available at End Clothing for $469.