|Headquarters||Northampton, United Kingdom|
Tricker's produces men's and women's shoes and boots, as well as leather accessories such as belts and wallets. It is best known for its heavy country boots and shoes, and was one of several Northampton-based companies identified as having survived the downturn in British shoemaking between the 1970s and 2000s and "carved out a niche for themselves at the top end of the international shoe market" by The Telegraph in 2012. The company was granted a royal warrant in 1989. Tricker's factory in Northampton is a Grade II listed building.
As of 2019, Tricker's operated several stores in the UK as well as a single store in Tokyo. A BBC story reported that 80 percent of the company's sales were overseas, and it was considering opening other stores in South Korea and the United States.