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post #3811 of 13447
Trying a new lens and learning, I've posted these many times before, one of my favorites, pardon the indulgence

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post #3812 of 13447
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

sure:
1) no, i haven't.
2)i don't know yet.
3) dito
as i said, i had a reliable source(can reveal via pm) and it sounded like the transition is in progress. the opening of the new store is another indicator, imo.
if you ask me, the gyw versus handwelted discussion has taken place several times and everyone made his conclusions. imo, it's more a loss for the craft and can probably be a gain for the brand as the serial production eliminates inconsistencies. atm, it's a bit reading the coffee ground.
i expect a meanwhile international brand like vass to communicate with their customer base and the retailers, when the time is ripe.

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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

I presume they will continue to offer hand welted shoes as well.
I can't imagine that they would give up the handmade craft entirely. After all, it is key to their current success. And they obviously have a team of craftsmen who have the skills.
I can respect the businessman's desire to grow financially. I just hope they add on to what they have without destroying it. I don't even own a pair yet. shog[1].gif

order soon then biggrin.gif. Honestly, honestly that is not important for me, i just don't care one way or the other.
post #3813 of 13447
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Originally Posted by rikod View Post

order soon then biggrin.gif. Honestly, honestly that is not important for me, i just don't care one way or the other.

To be perfectly honest, I'm not sure I care either. I just want to be able to have the first hand experience and to see for myself the difference.

Your new camera is obviously working for you. Hope to see more quality photos of your excellent collection.
post #3814 of 13447
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

G is me and the source is very reliable.
i know the number for shoe trees is around 2500 - 3000 per anno. do the math.

Well that explains why they need to move to goodyear. You can't grow a business on these numbers.
post #3815 of 13447
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

To be perfectly honest, I'm not sure I care either. I just want to be able to have the first hand experience and to see for myself the difference.
Your new camera is obviously working for you. Hope to see more quality photos of your excellent collection.

Thank you very much!, very kind
post #3816 of 13447
Most likely (if the rumor has any truth to it) VASS will make machine made shoes at a lower price point and raise the prices for hand made shoes. I do not see any other way for VASS to proceed with Goodyear.
post #3817 of 13447
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

what can be the motivation for this question?

Fritzl, I've ordered a pair that are due to be completed on the 25th June. I have my annual leave on the 1st July. Would like (LOVE) to bring them with me.
post #3818 of 13447

I, for one, intend to start panic buying.  

 

I can see the headlines 'Hungarian economy bounces -   i-gent rush on hand-welted shoes' 

post #3819 of 13447
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

I, for one, intend to start panic buying.  

I can see the headlines 'Hungarian economy bounces -   i-gent rush on hand-welted shoes' 

lol8[1].gif

Probably all too true.

The panic on StyFo is bound to build into a feeding frenzy. You can bet the hand welted models are going to get marked up.
post #3820 of 13447
Have the hand -welted shoes gone up in price yet?
post #3821 of 13447
I just called Vass. Price for a stock chukka $420 Euro and MTO $640 Euro
post #3822 of 13447
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Originally Posted by rikod View Post

Trying a new lens and learning, I've posted these many times before, one of my favorites, pardon the indulgence
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Good bokeh on the lens. Awesome shoes, too.
post #3823 of 13447
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Originally Posted by MeowMeow View Post

I just called Vass. Price for a stock chukka HUF $420 Euro and MTO HUF $640 Euro

FTFY
post #3824 of 13447
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Originally Posted by Roguls View Post

Good bokeh on the lens. Awesome shoes, too.

Thank you, lens is the Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM, i've been having a lot of fun with it this week smile.gif
post #3825 of 13447
How does one find what they have in stock? I want a few pairs, but am too impatient to wait for MTO.
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