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post #16951 of 20218
nice wrist
post #16952 of 20218
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Originally Posted by yanagi View Post

I'm 9D on AE 65, and 42 on Vass F-last fits well. My recollection was that some size up .5 from F to U, so they might be small on you.

Nvm
post #16953 of 20218
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

nice wrist

It ain't me.
post #16954 of 20218

Posted many times over time, but every time I take out this pair I simply cannot freaking believe how new they look.  Vass must have made these with magic calf.

 

 

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post #16955 of 20218
Better pic.

post #16956 of 20218
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Originally Posted by taxgenius View Post

Better pic.


I like those, alot!
post #16957 of 20218
Gorgeous. I'm a sucker for chukkas.

What last? F or R?
post #16958 of 20218
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Originally Posted by velomane View Post

I like those, alot!

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by peppercorn78 View Post

Gorgeous. I'm a sucker for chukkas.

What last? F or R?

F last. The U was a bit too narrow for me.
post #16959 of 20218
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Originally Posted by KSunnyH View Post

I just bought a pair of U-last single monks in 42.5 but I'm not sure that they'll fit.  I'm a 10D on the AE #5 last, do you guys think that they would work for me?
I'd be very surprised if those work for you. I wouldn't be a 10D in anything and I struggle with 42.5 U
post #16960 of 20218

Would stretching from a cobbler be enough to get them to fit?

post #16961 of 20218
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Originally Posted by KSunnyH View Post

Would stretching from a cobbler be enough to get them to fit?
See how they fit when you get them but I doubt it, they might be both too short and too tight in the toebox
post #16962 of 20218
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post
 

Posted many times over time, but every time I take out this pair I simply cannot freaking believe how new they look.  Vass must have made these with magic calf.

 

 

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I have oxblood lace ups that never looks bad even when I force to make them look bad (for before ad after). These are keeping their shine very well!

post #16963 of 20218
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

Posted many times over time, but every time I take out this pair I simply cannot freaking believe how new they look.  Vass must have made these with magic calf.


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These are just intoxicating. I ordered this exact pair, but on the U last. Really can not wait to receive them.
post #16964 of 20218

Hey Gents, newbie question here. Can someone explain how Vass indicates the size on the shoes? I am 40.5 on the F last and the shoes I got fit perfectly. However, they just indicated "40-" on the sole which makes me wonder if the "-" sign means half? Thanks!!

post #16965 of 20218
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Originally Posted by Coxsackie View Post

What is the correct pronunciation of "Vass"?

I assumed it would rhyme with "mass", but recently I heard @gdl203
 pronounce it to rhyme with "cash". I know that Hungarian pronunciation is a bit weird with respect to its spelling, so I'm thinking maybe Greg knows something I don't.

Plug it into Google translate available here and hit the audio icon to hear it pronounced.
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