Clothes of the Eighties, Tucker boots
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Sex: Female
Type of clothing: Shoes
When it was popular: Approx 1982 - 1984
Description: These are basically Peter Pan boots but they weren't ususally called that in the UK. They were usually a male fashion, almost always suede, frequently colored beige, black or (if you were in Duran Duran) whatever color happened to take your fancy at the time! There was a female equivalent, 'Pixie boots' which were ususally similar in style but not always suede and either flat or kitten heeled (pin heel not exceeding 1.5/2 inches).
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paul hazeltine - August 04, 2012 - Report this comment
tucker boots wow had many there was guys ones allso
Sara - November 04, 2014 - Report this comment
Hi! Just wanted to say I love this article! I was talking about the boots my Mum bought me back in the 80's and no-one seemed to know the term "tucker boots" so of course, I googled it and found this website - thanks for the flash from the past! (and proving my point to others lol!)
Jenny - March 17, 2016 - Report this comment
I remember tucker boots. They were definitely a female item too. I was really proud of mine, they were suede but can't remember the colour, black most probably.
bernard - November 16, 2017 - Report this comment
my tucker boots were Brown Leather and I wish I still had them I had Brown leather peg trousers and a sheepskin flying jacket the 80s was a hell of a lot of fun

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