Here you can find out about our construction processes, what makes up a Tricker's shoe, all about the high-quality materials that we use in all of our footwear, and the rich history and heritage of Tricker's in Northampton, the home of the British shoemaking industry.

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Different colours of Bookbinder
The high shine rub off Bookbinder effect is a coated treatment applied to the leather. Apart from the black, all colours have a darker top and then a lighter shade on the base.
The Tricker's Factory from a birds eye view showing Northampton, the shoemaking capital of the world
Social aspects of sustainability focus on behaviour that impacts people, such as giving back to the local community, growing sustainability in your community or where your products are used, fair hiring standards/ employee demographics, charitable giving, and employee health & wellbeing.
Tricker's factory from birds eye view showing Northampton in the background
Economic aspects are often overlooked, and this includes good corporate governance. A business like Tricker’s needs to ensure that we remain profitable so that we can continue to trade, otherwise, it has ongoing adverse effects on our staff, suppliers, and the local community.
Black Tricker's boots on grass
Environmental aspects of sustainability are energy efficiency and renewables, recycling & waste reduction, emissions (air, land, water, noise, odour), product lifecycle impact and use of local suppliers - by using local we reduce the need for extended transport and fuel usage.

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Why Tricker's?

We're the oldest establish shoemaker in England, we've been learning our craft for over 193 years. Find out about our principles and our processes that make Tricker's unique.