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post #3496 of 12555
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Originally Posted by Medwed View Post

This shoe should have been gibson with no goyser, it makes no sense to me in balmoral.

I really don't follow those rules, if I like it that is what matters, i guess it's also important what other shoes you have. I do plan to wear them only casual. I have seen many beautiful examples of balmorals w stitching that I like.

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Originally Posted by Medwed View Post

This is New Peter last isn't it?

It's the F last
post #3497 of 12555
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Originally Posted by rikod View Post

I really don't follow those rules, Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
if I like it that is what matters, i guess it's also important what other shoes you have. I do plan to wear them only casual. I have seen many beautiful examples of balmorals w stitching that I like.
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It's the F last

tbh, i cannot imagine that this rule exists.
post #3498 of 12555
Question on fit...

If I have a low instep and narrow heel, i.e., my foot is somewhat low volume in the heel and lacing areas, would either the F or New Peter last work well for me?

Thanks!
post #3499 of 12555
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Originally Posted by bullswin View Post

Question on fit...
If I have a low instep and narrow heel, i.e., my foot is somewhat low volume in the heel and lacing areas, would either the F or New Peter last work well for me?
Thanks!

Others with more experience with different sizes like kolecho might help you better, but if you have a low & low volume instep, Vass will be a very difficult fit for you, specially the F.
post #3500 of 12555
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Originally Posted by bullswin View Post

Question on fit...
If I have a low instep and narrow heel, i.e., my foot is somewhat low volume in the heel and lacing areas, would either the F or New Peter last work well for me?
Thanks!

Talk to VASSCIPO directly they are very good at answering these types of questions. Since VASS lasts became obese lately, I would advise to consider a Narrow width.
post #3501 of 12555
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Originally Posted by rikod View Post

Wanted to take some pics in the backyard like Fritzl
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Looks really great. And fine pictures 2 :)

post #3502 of 12555
rikod, I'm loving your Vass. Round and healthy, just the way I like it.
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Originally Posted by Trompe le Monde View Post

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tits!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Def my all time fave Vassshhh design.
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Originally Posted by Sir F View Post

Looks really great. And fine pictures 2 smile.gif

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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

rikod, I'm loving your Vass. Round and healthy, just the way I like it.

I appreciate your comments guys, thanks.
post #3505 of 12555
Does anyone know what type of thread Vass uses?
Dacron
Hemp
Linen
Anything else?

Just curious.
post #3506 of 12555
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Originally Posted by rikod View Post

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Me favourite Vass design for F last.
Many good vass here.
Black and burgundy shell spectator in shell here,
it excellent! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #3507 of 12555
Theresianer dark blue in New Peter last. They fit like a dream

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post #3508 of 12555
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Originally Posted by Knowledge is King View Post

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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

They been importing quite a bit of Vass under Uglioli or something, where U last got its name...

It's Ugolini (Roberto Ugolini from Firenze). The lasts were designed in conjunction with Isetan for the Japanese market so I think it's safe to say that the Japanese are aware of Vass.

From the Vass website:

"As a result of our cooperation with Roberto Ugolini, a shoe craftsman from Florance, and based on new designer impulses and on demands of our customers, we have created a new, Italian style range of lasts and model collection within our existing classic models and last types. The foundation of the cooperation was provided by an order received from the Iseatan company in Tokyo, which intended to expand its shoe collection with a high-quality product that combines the shoe craftsman tradition – which is gradually fading away all over the world – with a dynamic Italian design. To their honour, we have named our new ‘Japanese’ lasts ‘U – Ugolini’ for square toe shoes, and ‘F – Firenze’ for round toe shoes."

Interesting. Thanks to all.
post #3509 of 12555
Looking to purchase my first pair of MTO Vass after reading through this amazing thread.

I am really liking one of the following two styles:

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Any thoughts from the experts here? Also, what would you guys recommend re: last and sizing? I am TTS 10.5D US.

Most importantly, how do I figure out what my calf/suede or even shell color options might be? Are there any other options (no matter how small) that more knowledgeable folks than I would recommend to make this pair perfect?

Thanks in advance for helping me out. Please PM if that is easier; don't want to clog up your thread.
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Originally Posted by rikod View Post

Theresianer dark blue in New Peter last. They fit like a dream
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Very nice

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