Tricker's: Black and White
Generally speaking, men’s shoes do not undergo as many dramatic changes as women’s shoes. Therefore, men’s footwear designer has the hard task of harmoniously blending together the simplicity of the design with a meticulous, and almost obsessive, care for details.
This Tricker’s shoe is, in fact, the epitome that perfectly represents this concept. On the upper, it is broken up into basic two colourways: black and white. Inside the leather lining is dyed in signature Tricker’s rich blue colour with gold foil prints. The type of outsole is properly called Commando, since it is shaped as the tracks of a tank and it is widely renown to be thick, flexible, and resistant to any kind of weather and temperature. As for the welting process, the shoe has been made, like all Tricker’s footwear since 1829, following the traditional and reliable Goodyear welt construction, which gives the shoe a lifespan of years, sometimes even decades.