Super Chunky rubber soled spectators by Taylor Made. 1939. Tally-Ho Brogues, with giant perforations, available in all brown and brown and white spectator.
Brown and white in black and white.
Modern Florsheim leather and linen spectators. Not up to the quality standards of vintage Florsheims, but you could do worse than picking a pair up.
I bought this cheap pair of spectators new. They were alright, but they have a pretty clunky last and looked a bit too clown-shoe on me.
Cool styling on these slick-soled two tone black and white spectator shoes. Cool styling and plastic construction. No animals hurt making these, folks. Man made through and through.
These two tone black and white spectator wingtip shoes were made in the 1930s. Metal toe and heel taps to prevent against wear. Made by Edwardson Shoes for Men.
These 1970s spectators, with their high, curved heel, don’t have quite the same elegance of their 1930s forerunners. But the leather sure has aged nicely.
Brown leather and mesh moc toe specators. NOS from back when Bostonian made a great shoe.
These were unfortunately stolen by a french ebayer who falsified a paypal claim after they’d arrived.