Spectator men’s shoe is basically nothing but a two toned shoe. These are available with dark toned toe and heels and with lighter upper part. These shoes have a very long history of being in and out of fashion for quite a long time. These shoes came at a time when the spats went out of fashion nearly in the 19 of polo match as the dark toes and heels didn’t show mud or grass stuck on them and thus, the name Spectator. These were not considered to be dress shoes but shoes that are worn mostly for leisure.
These shoes came back in fashion in the 1990s. These are available today in a variety of color combination and style like brown or black on the heels and toes and tan, white or red at the vamp. These are also available in a variety of material like leather, suede, vinyl, linen etc. these are basically available in two types- the cap toes and the wingtip shoes. Some of these Spectator men’s shoe has some perforations or designed edge cutting with the stitching or at the toes even. The shape of the toes usually defines the style of the spectator, like the ones with wingtip toes are known as wingtip spectators. The piece of leather at the toe are either dyed in brown or black, whereas, the region between the heel and the toe are usually white or can even be of a lighter shade. When it comes to pairing these shoes with clothes, it must be kept in mind that a white and black spectator is considered as if it’s a white shoe and a black and red spectator appears to be a red shoe. White and black spectators are thus, the best summer or spring shoes. Based on the color of these shoes it is important to choose the attire as the wrong choice can completely spoil the look. Our online shopping portal brings out the best collection and understands the buyer’s choice well.