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congrats

Thank you - 4th pair of Vass is more "adventurous" for me

Bertie
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which model is it?
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Budapester style in the F last with a combination of dark brown calf (main part of shoe) and dark brown scotchgrain (tongue/throat only). Double sole with 270 degree goyser welt and metal toe tip.

Bertie
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Vass Budapest on Budapest last..enjoy
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Vass Budapest on Budapest last..enjoy

Great stuff. Got me a similar pair only in boots and scotchgrain coming in this Fall. Looking forward.
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Great stuff. Got me a similar pair only in boots and scotchgrain coming in this Fall. Looking forward.

+1 and looking forward to see yours slewfoot
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Vass Budapester on Budapester last..enjoy

noice
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Gentlemen thank you....Budapester rocks
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Gentlemen thank you....Budapester rocks

definitely
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Anyone with experience with the New Peter (P2) last? I'm thinking of ordering a pair of boot soon, but still unsure about sizing. If I'm a true 10US, what size do I go for?
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Plain toe derbies

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Edited by rikod - 6/7/12 at 10:27am
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My only Vass pair. These are MTO, F-last double monks in Oxblood with arch support, cost me 400 euros directly from Vass-cipo. They made it in 1 month and even reduced the price in the invoice so that I had not to pay customs (although I didn't ask for it).

Very nice soft leather, few nice details.  

It fits extremely comfortable from the beginning and I'm worrying wouldn't they become too bbig when I break-in?

Two sad moments:

The strips are sewed, not connected by strings like on my Bontoni or on the JL William. This means I need to open at least upper strips to take them off!

Also I expected the two-color sole, I didn't order it but thought it goes two-tone by default.

 

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Edited by sdolina - 6/2/12 at 2:40pm
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The strips are sewed, not connected by strings like on my Bontoni or on the JL William. This means I need to open at least upper strips to take them off!

what does this mean? by strings do you mean elastic? nice shoes btw. still need to pop my Vass cherry but unsure of what to get
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I have compared the lasted trees from Vass and Edward Green, maybe it could help.

 

-Vass F-last size 43 (UK9,5)

-Edward green 888 UK9,5E 

 

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as you can see here the vass has much higher instep

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EG Last is lower but even wider then Vass

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The strips are sewed, not connected by strings like on my Bontoni or on the JL William. This means I need to open at least upper strips to take them off!
what does this mean? by strings do you mean elastic? nice shoes btw. still need to pop my Vass cherry but unsure of what to get

Yep, I mean elastic. On mine backles are sewed to the leather stripes, not to the elastic.

I would better take the shoe off without unstripping them.

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