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Does Mr. Vass require the same widths for the entire order?

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The first one was free.  

I only do it on the weekends.

Just say no.

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All kidding aside, are you really telling me that you can't appreciate the look and feel of a fine calfskin shoe? Or grain and suede for that matter? Isn't it nice to change things up sometimes?

Just curious. I love cordovan, but not any more than other leathers.
post #17358 of 20552
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All kidding aside, are you really telling me that you can't appreciate the look and feel of a fine calfskin shoe? Or grain and suede for that matter? Isn't it nice to change things up sometimes?

Just curious. I love cordovan, but not any more than other leathers.

 

Yes Sir,

 

I enjoy calfskin...I just don't own any at the moment...other than maybe a pair of work boots....

 

I was thinking that the uppers were to be the grain pictured above, so, there is some non-shell.

 

I need to get me some suede and CXL for sure.

post #17359 of 20552
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Does Mr. Vass require the same widths for the entire order?
Iirc, no, different widths were allowed.
@mimo can you weigh in on this?

I would add that Vass Gmto's rarely get off the ground cos they have so many variables on offer that everyone ends up wanting something different
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Great make up!!.  Very nice in U last. Congrats.

 

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Looks great I love it, good design. Lots of stuff going on but doesn't look or feel overdone. I also like that the shaft dip (}) isn't as low as on my valways; similar to the shoegazing Valway.

Thanks a lot @Zapasman . I have been inspired by your awesome collection @NAMOR and appreciate your feedback/comments sir.  

post #17361 of 20552
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Originally Posted by peppercorn78 View Post

All kidding aside, are you really telling me that you can't appreciate the look and feel of a fine calfskin shoe? Or grain and suede for that matter? Isn't it nice to change things up sometimes?

Just curious. I love cordovan, but not any more than other leathers.

I hate calf, I hate suede, cordovan is best! And then I tried vass calf and suede both are so comfortable. Buttery soft

Cordovan has to be the most uncomfortable leather for shoes. I can't believe we have for years been buying the hype that cordovan is supreme. I feel responsible for the death of many horses
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I hate calf, I hate suede, cordovan is best! 

 

There, I fixed it for you.

 

Now there is a man that I can relate too.  

 

@NAMOR I knew you had it together.

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Hi Roger, those Chukas seem to fit you perfect. . Are those  42,5 or 43 EU? 

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Nice! Those are wearing in really well.
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Zap these are 43 on the F last and are a very good fit.

Jok thanks again - Im really digging this pair.
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Zap these are 43 on the F last and are a very good fit.

Jok thanks again - Im really digging this pair.
Thanks RogerP.  I wear 8,5/9.uk depending on the last (due to my egyptian wide toe and medium/high instep).  In Rain I wear 9 uk instead of 8.5 uk in order to safe my toes during summer time. With  Vass I wear 42.5 EU but is too snug for my taste.  Next time I will go for a 43 size in a London model.
post #17368 of 20552
Today's Vass, Old English II plain model on the U-last in black calf.

Edited by DonRaphael - 10/29/15 at 10:04am
post #17369 of 20552
It's a damn shame that Vass boots look so good. I can't make it out of a coffee shop or even a target store without some guy stopping me and asking for details. Fortunately a company like Allen Edmonds exist so I can just tell them to check out their site
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It's a damn shame that Vass boots look so good. I can't make it out of a coffee shop or even a target store without some guy stopping me and asking for details. Fortunately a company like Allen Edmonds exist so I can just tell them to check out their site

 

Which boots - the shell Valway?

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