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post #13306 of 20267
Wore my Vass budapesters today.

post #13307 of 20267
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Wore my Vass budapesters today.
Nice! Shell? What last?
post #13308 of 20267
Thanks, yes Antique Cognac Shell in the F Last.
post #13309 of 20267
Damn those are hot! Perfect shade of antique cognac
post #13310 of 20267
Need to get me some F last.
What's the thoughts on a suede Buda last?
Ascot has one at a pretty good price
post #13311 of 20267
Can't imagine there's anything wrong with a suede F last Buda. Particularly one at a good price.
post #13312 of 20267
No, its a suede alt Wien on the Budapest last. Not sure if suede suits that shape
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Love Vass Boots. I normally walk on the sidewalk but I didn't today just because I could biggrin.gif
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Love Vass Boots. I normally walk on the sidewalk but I didn't today just because I could biggrin.gif
love that pair and color
post #13315 of 20267
What last are they? Looks like a sleek alden boot
post #13316 of 20267
Thanks guys.

It's P2 last. I think your P2 boot has goyser so it may look sleeker than yours. I've found the goyser adds a ridiculous amount of width to my F-last shoes so that might account for it. If I could do it over again I'd make them without goyser and in boot form biggrin.gif.

edit: I think the angle made it look sleeker too.
Edited by Ironist - 12/14/14 at 10:33am
post #13317 of 20267
Anyone have an updated list of Vass show colors? Including the museum calfs, etc.

Does Vass have hatch grains?
post #13318 of 20267

I have almost the same question, although a bit more specific one. What is the difference between Vass bordeaux and oxblood? I generally prefer oxblood as to me it looks a bit richer, but in some pictures Vass bordeaux looks almost like mahogany, while oxblood can resemble dark brown (like the oxford below in the middle that is supposed to be in oxblood - for the life of me, can't tell it from ebony or something like that). I understand it depends a lot on the camera, so if anyone has first-hand experience with both colors, it'd be great to know.

 

 

 

 

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This shoe is Bordeaux and Oxblood.

 

 

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Hmmm, thanks a lot. I think I've seen this one actually. It does look like it has some reddish hue. Is that how it is in real life as well?

 

I think both bordeaux and oxblood are really beautiful in this picture, each in their own way. Decisions... decisions...

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