Stephy Brogue Boot
Stephy is Tricker’s most iconic women’s boot. Made originally as a country boot, but now worn by women all around the world across fields and cities. The Stephy Derby ankle boot is instantly recognisable for its brogue patterning synonymous to Tricker’s; however its strong, solid build and seven eyelets make it as recognisable, whilst by no means flashy. A half bellows tongue is folded and attached to the boot to provide a watertight seal, with the storm welt providing an additional watertight seal between the shoe's upper and sole.
Our famous country brogue boot in a more lightweight and streamlined form. For this edition we have altered the classic sole construction of Stephy. Our lightweight version sees the removal of the through or midsole - the result once paired with a leather sole is a boot that is perfect for a traditional country look without the weight. Vibram Vi-Lite sole to give a rugged commando sole look whilst being extremely lightweight and cushioned.
The uppers have been created in Repello Suede, perfect for comfort and style whilst being durable - these hides have been treated with a guard during tanning to provide resistance to staining. Our rich autumnal colours are perfect for the season
This ‘Cafe’ colourway will remind you of that deep, rich espresso you started the day with
Built to Last
Each and every pair of Tricker's is handmade within our Northampton factory in England by craftsmen and women using traditional methods, and to the same exacting standards that first established our reputation. There are 260 processes used to make each pair from start to finish.
Our uncompromising standards of craftsmanship and use of honest materials, are values that have been preserved and developed through five generations and are observed as resolutely today as they were in 1829. When you choose Tricker’s, you never have to choose between practicality, durability and style.
Since 1989, Tricker's has held a Royal Warrant for shoe manufacturing awarded by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales.