Tipped of by fellow double monk strap enthusiast Ken, I was made aware of Herring's Shakespeare model. With Crockett & Jones and Edward Green making double monks fit, and priced, for a prince Herring's option is geared more towards, let's say, a knight. Priced at $237 for those who don't live in the European Union these are by far the cheapest non-used double monks I have come across in my sartorial travels. Just because they are cheap does not mean they lack quality. Herring's shoes are all made from beautiful calfskin leathers and feature traditional Goodyear welted leather soles - the telltale sign of a shoe worth your monies. The Shakespeare shoe, which comes with toe cap stitching for those keeping score at home, is offered in both black and brown leather and will look smashing with everything from your raw denim to your trousers with that two inch cuff. The toe is a bit English, but I'll be damned if the price isn't right enough to send Bob Barker on a sexual harassment spree for the ages.