The Churchill Boot is an exclusive merging of styles and materials, with the magic of an old English shoemaker and the exclusivity of premium US made materials. Teamed up for a limited release, Seattle’s Division Road and Northampton based Trickers have channeled an Officer’s battledress boot which utilizes a Walnut Cavalier leather by Horween. Paired with a US-made Vibram 2060 sole unit and a dark brown leather storm welt, this handsome number is a true urban dress boot.
What’s really next level about the Churchill is that each pair of boots has undergone 260 individual steps during the production process. This includes a process where craftsmen use a mulling concoction to infuse the leather uppers with oils, a wooden shank, a corking compound from a century-old recipe and exquisite English finishing. Retaining an elegant silhouette with an added touch of rugged, the Trickers w2298 last has a slightly extended toe that accommodates a variety of foot types.
The Churchill also features a leather lining, cap toe, ridgeline pinking, brass eyelets, two pairs of brown nylon laces and a Trickers x Division Road collaboration stamp. Made in England by the originator of the country boot and a Royal Warrant holder, this is a boot that even old Winston would have approved of.
Available for $545 from Division Road.