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post #12271 of 12515
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Originally Posted by tcideneb View Post

Does anyone have some pics of a worn and used whole cut? How do they wear with creases? Looking to maybe get one but they don't seem to get a lot of loving?

 

Worn and used wholecut, yes.  Vass, No.

post #12272 of 12515
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

I wish Vass offered flat laces

I would imagine some share this opinion.

However, I am the exact opposite, and actually remove flat laces if shoes come with them.
post #12273 of 12515
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

Mid-brown suede London on P2, wide fitting

This model/last looks much nicer in suede than it does in shark, much as I like the shark for comfort and utility. Perhaps being slightly out of focus improves the lines.
post #12274 of 12515
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Originally Posted by sevenfoldtieguy View Post

I would imagine some share this opinion.

However, I am the exact opposite, and actually remove flat laces if shoes come with them.

why don't you like flat laces? they look slightly dressier in my opinion, and your eye visually focuses on the shoe instead of the lace - harmonizing.
post #12275 of 12515
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

U-last austerity brogues in navy calf just arrived:


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RogerP, I know a ton of folks have commented on these but holy shit those are nice!icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Wear them in good health!

I think I must have that shoe, oh yes, I must. nod[1].gif
post #12276 of 12515
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Originally Posted by sliq View Post

@NAMOR
 what polish do you use for them? i've got antique cognac OEII's that look very different in colour!

hey. i dont use any polish. they are antique cognac shell so im cheating a little. a $$$$$$ patina after just a handful of wears
post #12277 of 12515
Would OE II in black shell look odd?
I mean the formal black oxford in relatively casual material (shell) rather than leather

I need a pair of black captoea, but want the easy care durability of shell
post #12278 of 12515
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

Would OE II in black shell look odd?
I mean the formal black oxford in relatively casual material (shell) rather than leather

I need a pair of black captoea, but want the easy care durability of shell

that would look amazing! vass does shell well. might get a couple extra wrinkles though just make sure to size appropriately as shell makeups runs a little large
post #12279 of 12515
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

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Originally Posted by sevenfoldtieguy View Post

I would imagine some share this opinion.

However, I am the exact opposite, and actually remove flat laces if shoes come with them.

why don't you like flat laces? they look slightly dressier in my opinion, and your eye visually focuses on the shoe instead of the lace - harmonizing.

Well, flat laces are annoy to unlace and keep flat. The trousers should cover most of the laces anyways, so not sure about the visual effect.
post #12280 of 12515
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Originally Posted by pinkpanther View Post


RogerP, I know a ton of folks have commented on these but holy shit those are nice!icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Wear them in good health!

I think I must have that shoe, oh yes, I must. nod[1].gif


Cheers bud.

post #12281 of 12515
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

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Originally Posted by sevenfoldtieguy View Post

I would imagine some share this opinion.

However, I am the exact opposite, and actually remove flat laces if shoes come with them.

why don't you like flat laces? they look slightly dressier in my opinion, and your eye visually focuses on the shoe instead of the lace - harmonizing.

We can agree to disagree on this one.

Flat laces, IMO, are less dressy, and much more sneaker-ish. Further, flat laces are wider, drawing more attention to themselves than is needed.

I am reminded of a pair of John Lobb oxfords I purchased a few months back. My first order of business was to remove the flat laces.
post #12282 of 12515
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Originally Posted by sevenfoldtieguy View Post

We can agree to disagree on this one.

Flat laces, IMO, are less dressy, and much more sneaker-ish. Further, flat laces are wider, drawing more attention to themselves than is needed.

I am reminded of a pair of John Lobb oxfords I purchased a few months back. My first order of business was to remove the flat laces.
send me your flat laces you don't want. i'll send you my rounded ones from vass.
post #12283 of 12515
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post


send me your flat laces you don't want. i'll send you my rounded ones from vass.

 

   + 1 if you have extras

post #12284 of 12515
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Originally Posted by SoGent View Post

   + 1 if you have extras
you want rounded ones?
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I awoke this morning thinking I had dreamed of an awesome C last captoe, and realized I looked at Ascot's photo before bed. Any other examples out there today?

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