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Tricker's × ARKET®


Tricker’s is one of the longest established shoemakers in England. The company is based in Northamptonshire which for centuries was the heart of the British shoe trade – with hundreds of small businesses still active in the mid-1900s – and remains one of the last manufacturers of handmade welted footwear in the region. The original Tricker’s factory, laid-out over three floors in the town centre of Northampton, opened in 1904 and is still where all of their footwear is produced.

Each shoe goes through 260 individual processes and takes between eight to ten weeks to make. The leather is examined and cut by hand; the different sections of the upper are stitched together, and the upper is stretched over a wooden or plastic last to give the shoe its particular shape. The shoe is then built up by sewing in the welt (used for stitching the insole and outsole together), composing the sole in multiple layers, and attaching the heel. The welt forms an intermediary layer that provides the shoe with added strength, durability and repair qualities.

The first Tricker’s x ARKET collaboration is introduced for A/W 2018 and contains three styles based on original lasts and patterns from the company’s archives. The shoes are handmade to ARKET specifications at 56-60 St Michael’s Road, Northampton, between May 15 and August 15, 2018.

Tricker's × ARKET®


Tricker’s is one of the longest established shoemakers in England. The company is based in Northamptonshire which for centuries was the heart of the British shoe trade – with hundreds of small businesses still active in the mid-1900s – and remains one of the last manufacturers of handmade welted footwear in the region. The original Tricker’s factory, laid-out over three floors in the town centre of Northampton, opened in 1904 and is still where all of their footwear is produced.

Each shoe goes through 260 individual processes and takes between eight to ten weeks to make. The leather is examined and cut by hand; the different sections of the upper are stitched together, and the upper is stretched over a wooden or plastic last to give the shoe its particular shape. The shoe is then built up by sewing in the welt (used for stitching the insole and outsole together), composing the sole in multiple layers, and attaching the heel. The welt forms an intermediary layer that provides the shoe with added strength, durability and repair qualities.

The first Tricker’s x ARKET collaboration is introduced for A/W 2018 and contains three styles based on original lasts and patterns from the company’s archives. The shoes are handmade to ARKET specifications at 56-60 St Michael’s Road, Northampton, between May 15 and August 15, 2018.

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Tricker’s is one of the longest established shoemakers in England. The company is based in Northamptonshire which for centuries was the heart of the British shoe trade – with hundreds of small businesses still active in the mid-1900s – and remains one of the last manufacturers of handmade welted footwear in the region. The original Tricker’s factory, laid-out over three floors in the town centre of Northampton, opened in 1904 and is still where all of their footwear is produced.

Each shoe goes through 260 individual processes and takes between eight to ten weeks to make. The leather is examined and cut by hand; the different sections of the upper are stitched together, and the upper is stretched over a wooden or plastic last to give the shoe its particular shape. The shoe is then built up by sewing in the welt (used for stitching the insole and outsole together), composing the sole in multiple layers, and attaching the heel. The welt forms an intermediary layer that provides the shoe with added strength, durability and repair qualities.