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post #5251 of 12502
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Originally Posted by dlind View Post

Well i'm pretty convinced I want the U for this shoe but I appreciate all the advice! It's a shame they don't do metal toe taps on the single sole, do you know if they do rubber ones? 

 

Yes. I had two pairs made with single soles and they put rubber toe caps on them.

post #5252 of 12502
U last worked in terms of fit, I just began to like the F more, and many others have had the same experience, just tryin to help...
post #5253 of 12502
I´ve made up my mind. I´m going to buy my first Vass smile.gif

Chukka boot
F-last
Dainite sole (maybe double leather with toe taps)
Dark brown grain

I want a casual boot that i can wear all year (not in the middle of the summer of course) and i think Dainite is better in sweden with rain, snow, ice, gravel on the pavement.
post #5254 of 12502
Frank, have you checked out this classic style of Vass?
Should suit your demands regarding bad weather wear perfectly.

http://www.vass-cipo.hu/Eng/Modellek_10_TeliEsNyari/Modell_10_087_Nagy.html
post #5255 of 12502
I have looked at all models at the web site and Vass have lots of models that is a bit to east europe style for me. I wouldn´t wear that boot if they gave me 450 euro smile.gif Thanks for the tip anyway.
post #5256 of 12502
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Originally Posted by Frank the sheep View Post

I have looked at all models at the web site and Vass have lots of models that is a bit to east europe style for me. I wouldn´t wear that boot if they gave me 450 euro smile.gif Thanks for the tip anyway.

I agree maybe its a swedish thing, I think we tend to gravitate a bit more towards sleek shoes. However I don't think vass does Dainite soles only vibram and they are more clunky..... 

post #5257 of 12502
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Originally Posted by Fiddler View Post

Yes. I had two pairs made with single soles and they put rubber toe caps on them.

How do they hold up over time? and are they easily replaced if necessary? 

post #5258 of 12502
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Originally Posted by Slickman View Post

U last worked in terms of fit, I just began to like the F more, and many others have had the same experience, just tryin to help...

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post #5259 of 12502
Quote:
Originally Posted by dlind View Post

Well i'm pretty convinced I want the U for this shoe but I appreciate all the advice! It's a shame they don't do metal toe taps on the single sole, do you know if they do rubber ones? 


 

Yes
post #5260 of 12502
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Originally Posted by LS7 View Post

Fresh pr0n
Budapest Oxford Plain aka "Austerity Brogue", 6125 Dark Cognac, U-last, Double sole tapering to single

500
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These are &*!%ing gorgeous.

post #5261 of 12502
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Originally Posted by Chase H View Post

These are &*!%ing gorgeous.
Very, very nice! Got to place an order!
post #5262 of 12502
Nice, LS7. I now can see the difference in last with this style.
post #5263 of 12502
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Originally Posted by dlind View Post

How do they hold up over time? and are they easily replaced if necessary? 

I only just got them so don't know. But I don't mind shoes wearing out shoes naturally over time. That gives you an excuse to chuck em and get new ones.

post #5264 of 12502

Fiddler, since you've got Alden, AE, and Vass, how does your Barrie or AE 5 last compare to Vass lasts' shape and sizing?

post #5265 of 12502
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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

Fiddler, since you've got Alden, AE, and Vass, how does your Barrie or AE 5 last compare to Vass lasts' shape and sizing?

I don't have any Alden or AE shoes....I had a pair of Alden suede loafers on the Van Last but they were so ugly after a few wears, I threw them away.

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