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post #18061 of 20242
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Originally Posted by cezinho View Post


Thanks mate, not sure if in my wardrobe there is a space for two similar styles in shell.
On top I would have to clarify if the fit on this supposedly E width F last shoes are also fitting right.
At this staged I am more leaning towards forgetting about Vass for a while.

It´s a terrible decision. We take pity on you.

post #18062 of 20242

What's the problem here? Vass/Rezso will remake them in exactly what you want. It will take longer, but c'est la vie! 

post #18063 of 20242
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Great makeup, love the r last with double sole. Would you post a closeup of the leather? Or just upload each pic?

All i have at the moment is the pics from Vass. Will take some pics once it arrives.



post #18064 of 20242
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

Bordeaux OEII.

Looks too formal for my eyes. I'm looking for a bit more casual.

post #18065 of 20242
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Originally Posted by cezinho View Post


And here what I was informed that was made.

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Again sorry if the image is too small
Those aren't 45 P2, are they?
post #18066 of 20242
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Originally Posted by Concordia View Post

Those aren't 45 P2, are they?
Unfortunately they're not even 42.5 frown.gif
post #18067 of 20242
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Originally Posted by taxgenius View Post


Looks too formal for my eyes. I'm looking for a bit more casual.

 

Hell, take an F last Budapester short wing like on this page in any color with or w/o goyser...perfect casual shoe (or Alt Wien?).

post #18068 of 20242
Can't go wrong with budapester, especially on the F last. Flat welt, HAF sole, plum or dark brown museum calf??? Awesome.
post #18069 of 20242
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Originally Posted by taxgenius View Post

I'm looking to purchase another Vass in the F last and need ideas. Color should be brown or burgundy and suitable to be worn in business casual. Not looking for shell or double monks (I have enough of those).

Not my pic, but here you go:
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post #18070 of 20242
What do you guys think of this one as a business casual shoe?

MODEL: 5067
Calf leather - burgundy
Style: London
Last: F

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post #18071 of 20242
Killer.
post #18072 of 20242
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Originally Posted by Staffer18283 View Post
 

 

Wow! Excellent choice.

 

I was in the market for a suede derby recently but ended up getting a carmina split toe. Should have done something like this!


thanks. I really love them and they are quite a bit darker than the photo shows but they work so well from dressing them up a bit or even just with jeans.

post #18073 of 20242

has anyone heard more about the hippo that is supposed to be coming in early next year? i have a few ideas for shoes/boots that could be done if we know that the hides will be coming in.

post #18074 of 20242
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

@hotjock, thank you for posting this. yes could yo post pictures of your shoes? and also pictures of the countryside and trip if you could. hungary is a beautiful country

I took a trip out this morning to pick up my shoes which have now had the metal flush toe taps installed. Due to fog, visibility only about 50m, but please find some photos of David's workshop. Left a pair of blue Vass London derby for him to patina. [IMG]













post #18075 of 20242

Any tassel loafers in the wild?

 

After much research I cannot tell if Vass makes a traditional British/American style tassel. Thanks

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