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post #13636 of 20286
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Originally Posted by Montecristo905 View Post

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That's fucked. Hope Vass will replace or repair for you.
post #13637 of 20286
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is that machine made? I thought Vass was handwelted? if machine made = gemming?
post #13638 of 20286
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Originally Posted by asturiano View Post

is that machine made? I thought Vass was handwelted? if machine made = gemming?

That's a bad handmade. Handmade isnt always perfect. And inseaming of the first pair in the day will be better than the last pair as hands are still fresh.
post #13639 of 20286
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I'm also surprised we haven't seen any yet!

Ballers, Vass aficionados of the forum, I beseach ye, take a punt! smile.gif

 

Ascot has some pictures on eBay:

 

On their facebook page, there is a comparison shot with the F last (left):

post #13640 of 20286
i cant believe that that passed QC before it was shipped out

shoemaker mustve had a lot of palinka that day
post #13641 of 20286
Thanks for the information on my stitching issue. I just wanted to be sure.
post #13642 of 20286

U-lasted norweger from earlier in this thread.

 

 

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post #13643 of 20286
@gdl203

What's the boot on the right? Last/leather/sole/price?
post #13644 of 20286
U last, oxblood calf (I think?). I ordered those 6 years ago so I can't say I remember the price back then.
post #13645 of 20286
looks a lot like this pair

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1295-VASS-Budapest-Burgundy-Calf-Leather-Ankle-Boots-US-10-5-D-Brogue-Detail-/281568401383?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item418ec8d7e7
post #13646 of 20286
I just don't like that it appears to have been circumcised. I like a taller boot.

Oxblood calf is a shade I swear competes with shell (for me).
post #13647 of 20286
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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post

I just don't like that it appears to have been circumcised. I like a taller boot.

Oxblood calf is a shade I swear competes with shell (for me).

 

 

 

 

It's more like a Chukkas that has too many eyelets.

post #13648 of 20286
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Originally Posted by Trompe le Monde View Post

i cant believe that that passed QC before it was shipped out

shoemaker mustve had a lot of palinka that day

Do you think Mr. Rezso checks himself the orders before shipping?.  I had to tell him to check my orders personally and have his/my approval (pics in advance) before shipping. 

post #13649 of 20286

Probably because it actually is the same pair of shoes smile.gif
post #13650 of 20286
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Originally Posted by Montecristo905 View Post

Check out this stitching on my two recent purchases. I assume this is unacceptable since I cannot see any stitching on my other pair of Vass, Carmina or Alden dress shoes.

I had the same issue earlier. The shoes fit great though.

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We call that "grinning."

Whatever it's called, it is a poor job and not-so-good that it got by QC. It really needs to be re-done because with stitches that far apart and that loose, it's begging for dirt and moisture to enter in-between the insole and the outsole.
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