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The one above was Old English model  in P2 and came in 3636, no normal stiching, no Haf sole, no size stamped. The colour was right.

 

And the Alt Wien U Cap below came in P2, Haf sole, no goyser, no shell, no size stamped. Well, the colour was right too.

 

 

 

 

Wow!!.  They should check all proceedings if they do not want to lose lots of money. Unacceptable chain of errors for a any company :cloud:.  Although I still have faith for the next order if they aproved my more than a fair propossal. I will keep you informed. I still  love Vass shoes and trust them!!. I am sure Mr. Reszo will take note and correct this mess up.

post #13127 of 20248
U last custom GMTO oxblood and Bordeaux, Haf sole, 3 piece lasted trees


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Edited by OzzyJones - 11/27/14 at 2:41am
post #13128 of 20248
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U last custom GMTO oxblood and Bordeaux, Haf sole, 3 piece lasted trees

 



Nice colors nice form. I definitely like it, great shoe you have there.
post #13129 of 20248
Those are frikkin' gorgeous, Ozzy.
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Congrats to you. Beautiful shoes all of them.  Lucky you!.

 

Could anyone please tell me if the F is narrowed in the heel box compare to P2 last?.   The heel box in 3636 last was really roomy and the P2 a bit less (at least the ones I putted on). How do you compare the widths in that area?. 

post #13132 of 20248
My first Vass with new patine
you like this one?

post #13133 of 20248
Wow. Me like.
post #13134 of 20248

Gents, how do you think an austerity brogue in plum museum would look? Too much? Want to bite the bullet and order a couple of Vass.

 

I generally wear a 6.5 in JL 7000 last, would 6.5 work decently in F and U lasts?

post #13135 of 20248
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Gents, how do you think an austerity brogue in plum museum would look? Too much? Want to bite the bullet and order a couple of Vass.

I generally wear a 6.5 in JL 7000 last, would 6.5 work decently in F and U lasts?
I think that would be brilliant, do it!!
post #13136 of 20248

Thinking the same, Ozzy. A huge fan of plum museum and the Vass austerity looks stunning. Also thinking of the Old English in Cigar Cordovan.

 

Still thought not sure between F and U lasts. Opinions on the austerity brogue last wise?

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Gents, how do you think an austerity brogue in plum museum would look? Too much? Want to bite the bullet and order a couple of Vass.

 

 

Probably a bit like this (Bonafé instead of Vass, but probably close). In other words, awesome.

 

post #13138 of 20248

They look absolutely amazing. Suppose the above looks close to the U last?

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Thinking the same, Ozzy. A huge fan of plum museum and the Vass austerity looks stunning. Also thinking of the Old English in Cigar Cordovan.

Still thought not sure between F and U lasts. Opinions on the austerity brogue last wise?

These are F Last Plum Museum that another poster purchased. I have gold museum calf u last. I like the u last better than the F last. My F last is too wide and not as sleek but that may be because it was shell and has goyser stitching.
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^ Forgot about gyasih's. Those are great,

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