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post #17431 of 20242
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Originally Posted by treeself View Post

Morning gents! Anyone else notice creasing on the toe box?? Seems a little odd.

Been discussed many times before. Vass uses leather toe puffs and heel stiffeners (which is great - wait until you've had your shoes a few years and the heel stiffener has softened up but still gives structure) but the toe puff is shorter than the toecap above it. So yes, you'll get some creasing there. It adds to the character...
post #17432 of 20242
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Valaway High Boot. F Last

Blue Suede & Museum Grey

Double Sole Tapering to Single + Metal Tie Plates




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Nice boots. I never would have guessed blue and grey museum would go together so nicely. The blue suede looks especially rich.
post #17433 of 20242
I like that grey museum as much as GG Pearl Grey...wow.
post #17434 of 20242
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Originally Posted by patliean1 View Post


Valaway High Boot. F Last

Blue Suede & Museum Grey

Double Sole Tapering to Single + Metal Tie Plates
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Dude you hit it out of the park with these boots!
post #17435 of 20242

I doubt anybody on the street would bat an eye at them, yet they're totally wild.

 

Epic makeup!

post #17436 of 20242

My Vass F last double monks are up for sale size 41 (US 9).  Check out the Buy and Sell Forum shareef6.JPG 3,217k .JPG file

post #17437 of 20242
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My Vass F last double monks are up for sale size 41 (US 9).  Check out the Buy and Sell Forum shareef6.JPG 3217k .JPG file
Wouldn't this be a US 8?
post #17438 of 20242
Incoming! P2 scotch grain austerity derby boot.

post #17439 of 20242
In case anyone is interested, here's a comparison of Vass antic cognac shell vs. a C&J Marlow:









At least in this batch, the Vass is quite a bit lighter.
post #17440 of 20242

Found this at Attila Shoes close to Vass... thought it's funny so I'd post here!

 

Saturday near closing time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #17441 of 20242

Here's my score. Unfortunately I was only able to get there on Saturday 30mins before they close so I was in and out in 15 mins. I knew my size and last/style I wanted so it was a quick transaction. Vaszo (sp?) was actually there and there was a Dutch and a few French customers there as well.

 

post #17442 of 20242
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Originally Posted by mebiuspower View Post
 

Here's my score. Unfortunately I was only able to get there on Saturday 30mins before they close so I was in and out in 15 mins. I knew my size and last/style I wanted so it was a quick transaction. Vaszo (sp?) was actually there and there was a Dutch and a few French customers there as well.

 

 

Very nice.

 

Congrats sir!!!!​

post #17443 of 20242
@mebiuspower: nod[1].gifbigstar[1].gif
post #17444 of 20242
Congrats those are nice smile.gif
post #17445 of 20242

What last do you guys recommend for a pair of high dress boots from Vass. I believe P2 is the most popular for boots, but just a few post ago was an F last.

 

I'm looking to have a boot made to look like the Edward Green Shannon:

 

What Vass last would be most similar to this Shannon boot?

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