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Doh you're right... Budapest-Oxford... Those are beautiful too
post #4277 of 12214
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F?

I think U!
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F?

 

yes

post #4279 of 12214
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Doh you're right... Budapest-Oxford... Those are beautiful too

 

Well, sometimes I have difficulties distinguishing R and F lasts.

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Need a bit of help regarding Vass sizing.

 

If I wear UK 6.5 in Meermin Ama and most C&J (Connaught, Savile, Drummond & more), what size in EU should I get for Vass U and K lasts? I've only had experience with Vass' F last in EU 41, and those were too big.

 

I'm looking into getting a MTO, on either the U or K last. Should I get a 40 or 40.5?

 

 

Also, stylistically, what are the differences between the U and K? This one pair of brown austerity shoes on the U look amazing (somewhere in this thread), and I might get an exact looking pair.

post #4281 of 12214
^ You need 40.5 in 3636 last, if that helps.
post #4282 of 12214
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Originally Posted by Zarium View Post

Need a bit of help regarding Vass sizing.

If I wear UK 6.5 in Meermin Ama and most C&J (Connaught, Savile, Drummond & more), what size in EU should I get for Vass U and K lasts? I've only had experience with Vass' F last in EU 41, and those were too big.

I'm looking into getting a MTO, on either the U or K last. Should I get a 40 or 40.5?

Also, stylistically, what are the differences between the U and K? This one pair of brown austerity shoes on the U look amazing (somewhere in this thread), and I might get an exact looking pair.


I think you should be a 40.5 in F and normally go up 1/2 a size to 41 for the U. I have no experience with the K.
post #4283 of 12214
Does anyone have personal experience of having their Vass resoled by a local cobbler? If so, how was it compared to having a GY welted shoe resoled?
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Originally Posted by Zarium View Post

Need a bit of help regarding Vass sizing.

If I wear UK 6.5 in Meermin Ama and most C&J (Connaught, Savile, Drummond & more), what size in EU should I get for Vass U and K lasts? I've only had experience with Vass' F last in EU 41, and those were too big.

I'm looking into getting a MTO, on either the U or K last. Should I get a 40 or 40.5?


Also, stylistically, what are the differences between the U and K? This one pair of brown austerity shoes on the U look amazing (somewhere in this thread), and I might get an exact looking pair.

For U-last I would go with 39.5 , not a half-size more. I wear UK7 and I am swimming in U-last 40.5 from last year. U-last grew at least 1size larger than it used to be , 1/8" wider and the heels also became wider and less well-proportioned.
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Does anyone have personal experience of having their Vass resoled by a local cobbler? If so, how was it compared to having a GY welted shoe resoled?

You already bought a pair and went through the soles?
post #4286 of 12214
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You already bought a pair and went through the soles?

No, just wondering if the hand stitching causes any difference in the resoling process.
post #4287 of 12214
picture from earlier poster, aon.

F Last, Old English II

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Narrowed my choice down to these, can someone tell me the difference between Vass' Oxblood, Bordeaux, and Burgundy? Thanks
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Hope this helps

 

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This might help too, although some colors do seem a bit off:

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Thanks!!!
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