The Courier was made exclusively during the 1970s in the NYC factories, which makes it a very rare style. When one of these pops up online with a reasonable price, it typically sells out in a matter of minutes or even seconds, but it's very hard to find one of these for under $200. The Courier comes in two sizes; I have a "baby Courier" in my personal collection (the one in the honey color shown below) and have come across two of the larger Couriers (shown below) in the past.
Without a doubt the best place to buy a Crisp "Courier" in the US and Canada is eBay (unless you live in New Zealand), because they have so many of them available. It's not easy to find a Crisp "Courier" in the US or Canada on eBay, but I've bought 5 "Couriers" from eBay, and have sold one of them. All of my buyers have over 50 feedback, and all of them have been professional, trustworthy, and have paid fast, good shipping.
For the price of a "Courier" from eBay, you can usually get a new pair of USA Crisp shoes, a new watch, or some new underwear or socks from an online retailer. It's a good way to make some extra money without sacrificing anything, and the courier shoes will potentially last a lot longer than a pair of old used ladies shoes. I feel that a "Courier" is worth more on eBay than new shoes, and as long as you know how to do it, you can make a nice profit.
With a little luck you could find some old low-mileage, and potentially in good condition Couriers on eBay, but it still pays to search a little bit. eBay has a great "search" feature that helps you find what you're looking for (same as Google), but they don't yet have a feature to let you search by brand and specific color, but it's a great idea, especially for a more unique color like "Coral" or "Emerald". d2c66b5586