Shoes made to lift your sole.
For Spring/Summer '23, DENHAM teams up with British shoemaker Tricker's to tell a story of authentic shoemaking tradition, designed with an ultra-lightweight aesthetic.
Creating our version of the iconic Tricker's Bourton brogue shoe, we embraced all the original methods to remake the classic heavy Derby country shoe.
Founded in 1829 in Northampton, England, Tricker's is the longest-established shoemaker
in Britain, still proudly family-owned, with a commitment to making shoes and boots of outstanding quality. A quality that has held a Royal Warrant by appointment to His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales, since 1989.
The DENHAM x Tricker's Bourton shoe, built on the 4444 shoes, last commissioned in 1937, is inspired by breaking in a pair of crisp, rigid Virgin denim jeans. A process that takes time, use and effort, breaking in a pair of handmade leather shoes is very much the same. DENHAM embraced all traditional construction methods with the added comfort of the Vibram Morflex sole for the DENHAM x Tricker's Bourton shoes.
The DENHAM x Tricker's Bourton shoes are handmade from a premium blend of soft two-tone olive-tanned black leather and are available in a second colourway in two-tone brown suede leather.
These limited editioned shoes feature one-of-a-kind details,
like a custom-made toe rose in the form of our iconic logo, the scissor, and our signature scissor-printed graphic concealed on the shoe tongue and inner sock.
The exclusive red listing selvedge denim tape heel pull and blue striped sole pay homage to DENHAM's 15-year love affair of all things indigo.