Division Road’s Latest Collab with Tricker’s is a Quartet of Kudu and Elk
There’s no doubt that Tricker’s makes good boots and there’s also no doubt that the boot nerds over at Division Road Inc. are known for their consistently amazing collaborations. The newest collection is proof positive that the British manufacturer and American retailer are a match made in heaven.
The newest quartet of boots from Trickers is all about grain, specifically the uniquely nuanced grain that comes from the hides of wild animals. For these wild hides, the royally-warranted bootmaker looked to Kudu and Elk for their uniquely grainy and hard-wearing hides. These unusual leathers are available in three boots and one handsome pair of Brogue Derbies, each with a uniquely tanned and finished type of hide. The Logger boot uses a chocolate waxy Kudu, the Dean boot uses a beautiful bronzed elk hide known as “unicorn,” and the Stow boot uses a reverse flint Kudu. The Stow boot and the Bourton Brogue both come in textural reverse Kudu and both feature the unique, intricate brogue details for which Trickers is so well known.
Each of these boots is chock full of amazing materials and details. And if all that didn’t make these special enough, the entire set of these stompers is only available at Division Road.
Available from $500 at Division Road.