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Tricker's for The Bureau Woodland Polo Chukka

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—01. Wedge natural crepe sole with a wide trim and barbour welt.

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I haven't seen too many chukka boots from Tricker's myself, but the general shape of these special make-ups for The Bureau look quite nice. I think the silhouette of the upper is very nice, and it feels nicely refined, but the more rugged crepe sole makes it still feel casual. The crepe looks a bit bulky in the images, but I think once you're wearing them, and it wears down a little, it would look perfect.

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Reader Comments (4)

I'm really feeling these. Nice color, solid construction on the soles. All in all I think this is a really clean shoe and a better alternative to some of the other chukka boots out there if at a reasonable price.
April 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterPatrick
Really nice. I like the idea of the thick crepe sole. I would consider this boot if I did'nt pick up Your first Vigerg 145 joint venture.(which incidentally, is THE most legit pair of oxfords I've ever owned!) The color and materials are way better in person. The pictures You guy's took were great but, pale in comparison to actually looking on them with your own eye's. Magnificent job.
April 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam
the bureau is officially the best casual clothes retailer of Europe or what ?
April 6, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSorrybut
I'd agree with the comment on the Bureau, really becoming my place to shop, they just keep getting great stock in.
Bought a pair of their Trickers chukkas last year just before the vibram sole went global great smart boots, but really feeling these with the crepe sole, if they bring out a brown scotch grained version i'm in.
April 6, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterrob devlin

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