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post #16 of 112
I love spectators although I have yet to buy a pair.
post #17 of 112
I am desperately awaiting for a pair of specs to come by in my size & price range-next to nothing.
post #18 of 112
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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
I am desperately awaiting for a pair of specs to come by in my size & price range-next to nothing.

I probably got the only pair last year. Brown white AE Broadstreets (looked to be worn only a handful of times for $25.
post #19 of 112
Looking for more of a brown & linen or canvas Italian or English. I dislike AEs
post #20 of 112
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Edit: upon further review, it appears 297 is a C&J last, and the finishing is consistent with C&J handgrades. So I guess that does it.


How do you look this stuff up? Might have to make a webapp so all this stuff can be archived.
post #21 of 112
This one is leather/leather not canvas but I do like this Barker spectator:http://www.pediwear.co.uk/detail.php?stock_ID=1941
post #22 of 112
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How do you look this stuff up? Might have to make a webapp so all this stuff can be archived.
I searched Google for ' crockett "297 last" ' and ' crockett "last 297" ' and found results on Pediwear and here, IIRC.
post #23 of 112
I have a pair of the AE Ramsey spectators that I love.
post #24 of 112
I have the A-E Belmont in brown & white and black & white. Not the classiest spectators in the world--the white part is plain leather, not suede or buck--but they only cost me $79 a pair at the outlet. I wear them about eight days a year in the summer and early fall. I'd wear them more often, probably, but my wife loathes them, so I don't wear them when I am out and about with her.
post #25 of 112
I'm actually wearing a pair of black and white peal spectators today. I love em. i'm hoping the canvas and leather BB double monks go on clearance sale soon so i can get a pair of those too.
post #26 of 112
www.saint-crispins.com/e_pret/images22.html

My favourites (Saint Crispins are nice anyhow).

Paul
post #27 of 112
The few I've seen go by on eBay tend to go for higher than average prices, so somebody's buying them... What I don't get is why most wingtip spectators are balmorals considering they seem more casual than single-tone shoes?
post #28 of 112
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Originally Posted by pemazel View Post
www.saint-crispins.com/e_pret/images22.html

My favourites (Saint Crispins are nice anyhow).

Paul

Those Crispies are nice
post #29 of 112
i have brown leather/suede ones from Barker Black. I like them. i dont like contrastic spectators. The same color suede on these makes them less spectatorish I guess..
post #30 of 112
I purchased a pair of factroy second AE McClain Borubon/Bone spectators at the Port Washington Tent Sale this past Friday. I thought the price of $195 pretty competitive.







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