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post #751 of 20549
Bonus butt shot..... sorry no crack. Crackless butt!
post #752 of 20549
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Bonus butt shot..... sorry no crack.


those trimmies dont look worn
post #753 of 20549
^ @ kolecho: good reference pics for comparing colours, thanks for posting those. Are Vass made by default with seamless backs?
post #754 of 20549
luk-cha,

loooooove that second pair.
post #755 of 20549
^ Fantastic shoes Kolecho!

I have gotten a serious case of bal-fever because of you, Wes and NOBD.
post #756 of 20549
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^ Fantastic shoes Kolecho!

I have gotten a serious case of bal-fever because of you, Wes and NOBD.

times ticking - gotta be in it to win it!
post #757 of 20549
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luk-cha,

loooooove that second pair.

sorry not mine!
post #758 of 20549
wow...
post #759 of 20549
Damn that seamless back is
post #760 of 20549
Any pics of burgundy? What's more red than red cognac?
post #761 of 20549
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Any pics of burgundy? What's more red than red cognac?



1st is bordo shell 2nd 2 are are bordo calf, sorry i can not help with the red cognac
post #762 of 20549
Per previous requests, here are some photos of some of my recent Vass exploits. The fit isn't 100% on these and the Bordeaux shell have now moved on to greener pastures.











post #763 of 20549
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The fit isn't 100% on these and the Bordeaux shell have now moved on to greener pastures.
pity, i thought the New Peter would be an easy fit. the natural coloured + 360 goyserer welt are an interesting combination. it's growing on me.
post #764 of 20549
They're very close, but just a touch off. They work well enough and I imagine with thicker socks they'd be even better. If they sell I'll likely re-order in a half size smaller. I find the Vass Norweger a fun variation on a classic style.
post #765 of 20549
Thanks luk-cha bordo looks excellent, wondering how burgundy compares to that in natural light.

What last is the split toe on?
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