With a history dating back more than 190 years, Tricker’s is Britain’s oldest shoemaker.

Their range of bespoke shoes and boots have walked to all four corners of the Earth. In 1953, they even took Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tensing to the very top of Mount Everest.

Founded in 1829, the brand’s commitment to making shoes and boots of outstanding quality remains consistent. This quality footwear is made from start to finish at their Northampton factory and while manufacturing processes have changed over time, the craftsmen and women follow traditional techniques.

Built to the same exacting standards that established Tricker’s reputation, the country boot today is a direct descendant of the boot Walter James Barltrop created at the age of seven. Today, Tricker’s boots and shoes are known for their exacting quality, incomparable comfort, individuality and irreproachable character.

The pinnacle of the Tricker’s service is Bespoke. Current Bespoke customers include Royalty, members of the aristocracy, politicians, captains of industry, explorers and leading figures in the arts. His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales, awarded Tricker’s his Royal Warrant for shoe manufacturing in 1989.

Master cobbler Scott is following in the footsteps of generations of skilled craftsmen, following a process unchanged in almost two centuries. A personal last is constructed to follow the shape of each customer’s own foot. Then their shoes and boots are painstakingly constructed by hand around it. The result is a unique shoe or boot that fits the contours of your feet perfectly.

Tricker’s bespoke boots and shoes are truly the ultimate in handcrafted luxury.