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post #10576 of 20276
The single dainite sole is indeed great, such thinner compare to the dainite soles I have seen. biggrin.gif

I think the well polished state of the shoes hide a bit of the mottleness.
post #10577 of 20276
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Latest acquisition, a pair of Old English II in plum museum calf, F-last

 

 

   that's nize

post #10578 of 20276
Those came out remarkably well, JI.

I think yours is a little less mottled than my pair. But I don't know what tannery my leather came from.
post #10579 of 20276
Nice pair of OE IIs! An oxblood pair is next on my list, I just can't decide between F and U.
post #10580 of 20276

What is the approximated turnaround time for mto?

 

The current price list can't be posted often enough so here it comes again. VassShoesPrices2014.pdf 343k .pdf file  

post #10581 of 20276
I just did my wire transfer for my second set of orders, I'll let you know how long Rezso says it will take.
post #10582 of 20276
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I would use plum in any instance that burgundy is ideal as well.

@j ingevaldsson

Your plum has the regular VASS leather finish correct? I ask because I know Italian Polish is a finishing option, but don't know if it's of any benefit from just polishing the shoes yourself at home...

 

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The single dainite sole is indeed great, such thinner compare to the dainite soles I have seen. biggrin.gif

I think the well polished state of the shoes hide a bit of the mottleness.

 

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   that's nize

 

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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Those came out remarkably well, JI.

I think yours is a little less mottled than my pair. But I don't know what tannery my leather came from.

 

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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post

Nice pair of OE IIs! An oxblood pair is next on my list, I just can't decide between F and U.

 

 

Thanks everyone!

 

Jubei: These are standard leather finish yes, I polished them myself. Don't think Italian polish go very well with their museum calf.

 

Wurger: I think single Dainite-soles are very underrated. I definitely prefer it in most cases, also for boots, since the shoe gets more elegant and more comfortable IMO, but still can be worn pretty much all winter here in the southern parts of Sweden.

I've polished them with neutral cream and polish, except on the toe cap where I also used some black, so haven't changed the color that much overall. But the glare might make it less prominent in some pics.

post #10583 of 20276
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I just did my wire transfer for my second set of orders, I'll let you know how long Rezso says it will take.

 :nodding:

post #10584 of 20276
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What is the approximated turnaround time for mto?

 

The current price list can't be posted often enough so here it comes again. VassShoesPrices2014.pdf 343k .pdf file  

 

About five weeks by my recent experience - slightly quicker than ordering Meerming from stock!

post #10585 of 20276
Direct from VASS is evidently a bit quicker for MTO. So it makes sense that proxy will take a bit longer.

Man, i am so looking forward to my first pair. I have a feeling it will be a Pandora's box for me... nod[1].gif
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post #10586 of 20276
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Those boots are lovely. Does anyone have anything else in terms of Oxford boots from Vass?


Here are mine Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



















@gdl203

any updates? looking forward to seeing more of the austerity boot and u-last norweger
post #10587 of 20276

Man, do I ever love these shoes:

 

 

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post #10588 of 20276
Me too!
post #10589 of 20276
That pair of Vass museum calf is just sublime.
post #10590 of 20276
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Rikod has like the exact same thing. I'm not sure which model he used but I think this is the picture.

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It's very nice and I'm thinking of doing that next myself.

Intersting model
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