Tricker’s are authentic Northampton shoes crafted by those who live and breathe shoemaking in our factory in the old shoemaking district; you will not find more skilled craftspeople.
Whilst the distinctive look of Tricker’s country shoes and boots are often imitated, they remain the originals, unrivalled in quality, style and character.
67 Jermyn Street, in the heart of St James’s, has been Tricker’s home in London since 1938.
In that time, our friendly, helpful and expert staff have welcomed hundreds of thousands of customers through our doors, and sent them out delighted with what we believe are the finest handmade boots and shoes in the world.
Make sure you pay us a visit when you are in London.
Our shoes and boots are made on lasts and made to last. Looked after properly, there’s no reason why a pair of Tricker’s shouldn’t last you a lifetime. This is thanks to the incredible care and attention lavished on every Tricker’s shoe or boot by our craftsmen and women in Northampton – the traditional home of English shoemaking. Every single pair of Tricker’s boots or shoes is the result of 260 individual processes. All of them are carried out by master shoemakers who have learned their trade over many years.
Our belief in the importance of export is why Tricker’s is honoured to be part of the UK Government’s Department for International Trade GREAT Britain campaign - promoting British culture abroad and flying the flag for the Northampton shoe industry.
Over that last 30 years, export has been essential to support our growth and offer us the chance to invest in our company. From advancing our workforce to developing new footwear designs, international success has given us these opportunities.
2019 is a very special year for Tricker’s as we celebrate our 190th anniversary as England’s oldest shoemaker. We were extremely proud to welcome HRH The Prince of Wales to our Northampton shoe factory to unveil our commemorative plaque. Tricker’s has held a Royal Warrant with Prince Charles since 1989 and his visit highlighted The Prince of Wales’ continued support for British craftsmanship and manufacturing.