Edwin Two Tone Oxford Brogue in Chestnut Calf/Navy Suede
The Edwin Two tone Oxford brogue is one of our most popular, decorative brogues at Cheaney. Striking in design and featuring the typical contrasting characteristics of a classic spectator shoe, Edwin is sure to make a statement, complimenting any gentleman's wardrobe. Available in a refined selection of colour options and constructed on the 125th Anniversary last, one of our longest standing Cheaney last shapes.
What is the origin of Spectator Shoes?
Although they were too striking for the taste of the British gentlemen, it was in the United States during the 1920s and 1930s that spectator shoes achieved their greatest popularity. Typically constructed from two contrasting colours and also referred to as the co-respondent shoe, this style had a great presence in the Jazz music scene, later influencing gangster movies and finally, leaping in to mainstream gentlemen's fashion around the globe.
- Last: 125
- F Fitting
- Fully leather lined with full leather insole
- Goodyear welted leather sole with interlock rubber tip
- Hand crafted in Northamptonshire, England