Wedge Into a Pair of Division Road x Tricker’s Churchill Boots
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.