End Clothing have continued their collaboration with popular English shoe makers Tricker’s with the release of their second instalment of footwear. The collaboration sees the creation of the End Hunting Co. two toned Bourton brogue and Kelmscott boot, which both come in an “Expresso” colour way.
The collection has reworked the classic Tricker’s brogue, whilst the super boot aims to create “a somewhat rugged outdoors feel.”
The Two Tone Bourton Brogue is made from contrasting suede and waxed cotton panels, which helps add to the rugged outdoors aesthetic but at the same time gives the shoe a refined feel. Other details include: A Goodyear rubber commando sole, leather lined dual branding to the insole, woven cotton heel tab and two tone contrasting rolled yellow and brown laces.
The Two Tone Kelmscott Boot appears almost identical and incorporates many of the same features as the brogue – such as suede and waxed cotton construction and the integration of the Goodyear rubber commando sole. However, from the collection it is these Kelmscott Boots that we think really nail that rugged outdoors feel – especially with its upper hook and eyelet fastening and laces which resemble those typically found on hiking boots.
Benefiting from being handmade in England, you can feel safe in the knowledge that high quality control and attention to detail have gone into the production of each and every one of these pieces of footwear.
This highly limited collection is now available over at End Clothing.