Burford Black Calf Leather Lace-Up Boots$ 670
- Product Notes
The Burford boot from Trickers, part of their new line of classics, has been taken straight from the 19th century and the first boot designed by Walter James Barltop, the founder of Tricker's son-in-law. Rendered from supple calf leather, this Derby boot features a 7-eyelet lace fastening, a leather lining, a Dainite rubber sole and has been constructed using a storm welt for durability year after year.
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- Size Notes
This product comes in UK sizes.
- Materials and Care Notes
Made in England
100% Leather Upper, 100% Rubber Sole.
- Delivery & returns
Due to the current global situation there might be delays in shipping. Our customer service team are available for any support you may require during this period.
This product is in the UK. It will be dispatched in 3-5 working day(s).
We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.
Established by Joseph Tricker back in 1829, Tricker's soon accrued a following for its stalwart commitment to quality in manufacturing. By the turn of the century, the brand had become a firm favourite among farmers and other rural folk for the hard-wearing - but stylish - simplicity of its boots. New tanning techniques in the 1960s resulted in stronger and more durable leathers while advancement in manufacturing improved reliability, fit and comfort. Today, the brand channels its almost two-century history into all of its boots and shoes, which are made to the same exacting standards that Tricker's first made its name for.
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