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post #1561 of 13084
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post
can i butt in? the F-last with 360 would rock - even the U with goyser - there's one in red a ways back in this thread - looks distinctive in a good way.
U last Norweger is a beast - one in pebble on sartoriale right now

Hell yeah you can butt in!

Yeh i saw those ones on ebay in pebble, very nice but IMO would look better with goyser welt.

My tentative (very..) list:
U-last norwegian with 360 goyser....
F-last Double monk in pebble grain with goyser (perhaps rubber sole..)
Some sort of blucher in cordo probably...

If funds allow, possibly a fourth...
post #1562 of 13084
The trick with the U norweger and the F monk will be getting the right colour combo with the goyser - depends how much you want the shoe to shout out. the 3 and 5 eye London bluchers go with just about anything IMO
post #1563 of 13084
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post
The trick with the U norweger and the F monk will be getting the right colour combo with the goyser - depends how much you want the shoe to shout out.
the 3 and 5 eye London bluchers go with just about anything IMO

Agreed, but also keep in mind that the Goyser welt really does make for a very casual shoe. It's best with jeans and trousers such as cords and moleskins. Definitely not for suits and I'm one who already stretches what footwear is suit appropriate such as monks and suedes.
post #1564 of 13084
for sure I was thinking minus the goyser the 3 and 5 are versatile. with it definitely a casual shoe. I'd like in cognac I think less colour contrast - or does the goyser come in non-white colours?
post #1565 of 13084
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post
why should i make fun about that? best bet, pm oshinex and ask him. it was in a picture essay.

Thanks for the info, I will be sending him a PM today.

-LR
post #1566 of 13084
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
Does this actually exist, or are you just kidding? I very interested in Vass, but am clueless when it comes to figuring out what size and last would work best for me. Thanks.

-LR

Is this it?

post #1567 of 13084
^ What is that chart going by? Italian 43 = 10, 42 = 9, etc.
post #1568 of 13084
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
^ What is that chart going by? Italian 43 = 10, 42 = 9, etc.

Not sure - here's the link:

http://www.budapester.de/mk4vnkugf43...uhgroesse.html
post #1569 of 13084
Gentlemen, I am in love with Vass – although I really shouldn't be. I have two pairs of Budapesters that I totally lucked into here on B&S, but of course now I want more. It's that high toe-box. Still, I really don't know as much about Vass as I should. Hence my question: would it be possible to find a monkstrap, single or double, on the Budapester last... and would it look good?
post #1570 of 13084
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Originally Posted by TintinATL View Post
Hence my question: would it be possible to find a monkstrap, single or double, on the Budapester last... and would it look good?
Gabor Halmos' new collaboration made it for me: http://demeter-halmos.com/ Fortunately his clicker allowed the aggressive styling...I opted for a single leather sole and no goyser...also have a burgundy Alt Wein monk version on the way too Nice & roomy in the toe box and well fitting considering my high instep Here it is compared to a squared and chiseled (U last killer) from D&H
post #1571 of 13084
sweet jesus
post #1572 of 13084
The black Budapester on Halmos' new website is even nicer-looking than the Vass model that I just ordered. How is dealing with Gabor, and what are prices, options, etc.?
post #1573 of 13084
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Concordia View Post
The black Budapester on Halmos' new website is even nicer-looking than the Vass model that I just ordered. How is dealing with Gabor, and what are prices, options, etc.?

link please?
post #1574 of 13084
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Originally Posted by luk-cha View Post
link please?
http://demeter-halmos.com/
post #1575 of 13084
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Originally Posted by Michael Ay329 View Post
...also have a burgundy Alt Wein...

it's Alt Wien = old fashioned vienna/viennese style

Alt Wein means nothing, quasi

alter Wein = old wine
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