Joseph Tricker founded Trickers in 1829 and today is the longest established shoemaker in England. Every single pair of Tricker’s boots or shoes is the result of 260 individual processes.All carried out in the Northampton Factory and executed by their master shoemakers who have learned their trade over many years
C Shade Gorse Super Shoe
“Inspired by the “Kendal” known as the “Super Shoe” and the original country plain shoe”
C Shade Gorse Upper / Tonal Triple Spaced Stitching on the Back Stay and Quarter / Blind Eyelets / Natural Barbour Welt and Midsole with Yellow Stitching / Sahara 2060 Vibram Sole / 4497k Last
C–Shade is a colour that harks back to Tricker’s heritage. Traditionally, Tans came in levels starting from A upwards. C–shade is the tone adopted by Trickers for all their traditional country shoes and when we started selling Tricker’s back in the early 1990’s all the styles that came in C Shade had their own unique name as this was the original. All the other leathers in a style had a different name and code. Due to the follicle hairs it has a very flat tone, with a matted lustre that is unusual to most leathers.
C–shade requires a high level of thickness only achievable from the hides of heavier and older animals. Tricker’s C–shade shoes and boots are made using sustainably sourced Bull’s hides. The result is a really robust leather that wears in beautifully and can really stand the test of time. C–Shade has a good degree of water resistance and due to its hard–wearing qualities is ideal for country footwear.
We advise using Neutral Polish
Width Fitting – 5
Made Exclusively for The Bureau Belfast
(The Yellow Stitching used on the welt is a TBB x Tricker’s original signature)
Made in England.