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Originally Posted by alladin View Post

Hi, does anyone own a pair of shoes or boots on the F last in a UK 8 (42) - I would be interested in knowing the internal length of the shoe.

Thanks.
Bear in mind that the length of Vass shoes varies a lot by last. Very roomy shoes can end up being on the short side.
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Anyone experience squeaking when they walk?
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More of a swooshing...lol
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Anyone experience squeaking when they walk?

I do, on one pair. I've been meaning to try baby powder, but never got around to it
post #13445 of 13453
not on a vass. i had it on a ferragamo and the squeaking never went away.
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Anyone experience squeaking when they walk?
post #13446 of 13453
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

I believe @venividivicibj asked to see some comparison photos of the F and 3636 last.

Here are several different angles (spoilered for those who don't want to flick through them on their phones)

There are probably some distortions due to camera angle, but hopefully they give an idea. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





I have tried hitting the thumbs up button about 100 times, but it will only register once. :(

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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Anyone experience squeaking when they walk?

 

Particularly with cordovan- produced by the friction of the cordo on the leather lining

 

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Originally Posted by justsayno View Post

not on a vass. i had it on a ferragamo and the squeaking never went away.
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Anyone experience squeaking when they walk?
post #13448 of 13453
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Anyone experience squeaking when they walk?

 

Yes, just with a pair of Lottusse shoes (waist metal filler most probably).

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whast the difference between Osloer and Norweger?

i thought Norweger had the "burred" edges while Osloer were smooth...but im seeing conflicts between posts here, email from vass, and web searches


e.g. see here
http://zimmermannkim.com/?cat=122
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Osloer is the Vass Model. Norweger is the sitiching that carries out that model.

post #13451 of 13453
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Originally Posted by Trompe le Monde View Post

whast the difference between Osloer and Norweger?

i thought Norweger had the "burred" edges while Osloer were smooth...but im seeing conflicts between posts here, email from vass, and web searches


e.g. see here
http://zimmermannkim.com/?cat=122
I don't know why the Osloer boot should be different from the Norweger shoe. It might have a closer relation to the Londoner with raised stitching, although I don't think that model has split toes.
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Originally Posted by Trompe le Monde View Post

whast the difference between Osloer and Norweger?

i thought Norweger had the "burred" edges while Osloer were smooth...but im seeing conflicts between posts here, email from vass, and web searches


e.g. see here
http://zimmermannkim.com/?cat=122

Yes - my Norweger have cut edges which have been stitched together. My Osloer have a raised ridge which has been stitched to keep it that way but is essentially one piece of leather across the toolbox versus three pieces on the Norweger. Both pairs are the stock mods ordered from Vass.
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i see what youre saying foo.gif

thanks for clarification
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