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Spectator Porn

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Aug 2, 2008.

  1. supern0va

    supern0va Senior Member

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    Thanks man (I hope) :)
     


  2. Close Hoarse

    Close Hoarse Senior Member

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    Anyone know who makes these? Saw them on Pinterest. 947f9d6edf9fc00849068e7a31478871.jpg
     


  3. mimo

    mimo Pernicious Enabler

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    I don't. But, the colour scheme is pretty popular in a full brogue oxford: I have a similar arrangement from Barker that I bought from Robinson's (Northern Ireland - their own discontinued version also had a medallion). Herring also do one, made by Cheaney, called the "Fencote".

    But a half brogued adelaide spectator in this configuration I haven't seen before. It smells Italian! I do know where you could get one: J Fitzpatrick Shoes (see the thread here) have a MTO programme, and according to recent pics on Justin's blog, a half-brogued adelaide is on the list of options. Adding a medallion and the navy suede/light tan leather options should be possible. If I'm not mistaken they have a discount running at the moment too. Also, I think Justin's last is nicer than the one in your pics I think, but each to his own.

    Best of luck!
     


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    I keep my specs on the fun side.
     


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