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Does this happen in all Paypal purchases? Or only when an international card is used or something?

Paypal purchases paid with a credit card have higher fees for the seller and require a different type of paypal account for the seller

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how much do Vass shoes normally cost?

They are not available in the US., when they were, Bergdorf sold them for about $1200. Gabor Homes (sartoriale) occasionally has a handful of models available on ebay for a starting price of $790, buy it now of $890.
post #17 of 283
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post #18 of 283
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Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post
somebody please do a Vass U and F last comparison to some other much talked about lasts (like the C&J 337, 348 or the EG 888 or the Alden lasts or the AE lasts) Pretty pretty please.

Yes, yes, some kind conversion/reference chart would be great.
post #19 of 283
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post #20 of 283
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Yes, yes, some kind conversion/reference chart would be great.
I have a slightly narrow foot which measures to a 9.5C so take this with a grain of salt, but here are my findings: Vass U last - 42.5 C&J for Polo 337 last - 9 US D / 8.5 UK Lobb 8000 last - 8.5 UK E EG for RLPL 888 last - 9 UK / 9.5 US D Hope this helps. I think some people who are a true D width might go up to a 43, but every foot is different.
post #21 of 283
^ perfect. I'm a 9C. So, 42 U last would probably work for me.

Anyone know if the F last is similar in sizing to the U?
post #22 of 283
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Anyone know if the F last is similar in sizing to the U?

IMHO, the F last fits one half larger than the U. I take a 41.5 in U and a 41 in F.
post #23 of 283
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IMHO, the F last fits one half larger than the U. I take a 41.5 in U and a 41 in F.
And you're a 7.5E in C&J UK correct?
post #24 of 283
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IMHO, the F last fits one half larger than the U. I take a 41.5 in U and a 41 in F.

Are you typically a 9D in US sizing?
post #25 of 283
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And you're a 7.5E in C&J UK correct?

Depends on the last but yes a 7.5 on the 337, 348 and 360.

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Are you typically a 9D in US sizing?

8.5D in most shoes save Aldens.
post #26 of 283
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post
IMHO, the F last fits one half larger than the U. I take a 41.5 in U and a 41 in F.

AP did you get this backwards? If F is one half larger is that 42 in F? Or is it really U is one half larger?
post #27 of 283
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AP did you get this backwards? If F is one half larger is that 42 in F? Or is it really U is one half larger?

It fits larger, therefore you should order it smaller
post #28 of 283
I wear a 42 in U and 41.5 in F, but am almost always an 8.5 in U.S. sizes (Allen Edmonds, Romano Martegani, Alden). I wear a 9 U.S., U.K. 8 in the narrower Crocket and Jones lasts. I think that my foot must be a bit wider than andrew's.
post #29 of 283
I'm pretty ignorant about the european sizing.

I wear a 9.5D with Allen Edmunds Park Avenues pretty comfortably. Any suggestion what size I should order for the Vass?
post #30 of 283
Since we are all posting our shoe size, I am a 9E in the C&J 337, 43.5 in Vass F last, 44 Vass U last, and a solid 10 in Allen Edmond and Alden!
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