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Originally Posted by Swede66 View Post

Is that working well?

It may, and costs less than 3 bucks.

Rikod, that collection is epic. I now need 6319 and Antique cognac. Your saddle theresianers are nearly identical to my new cognac:

post #6452 of 12555
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Originally Posted by Swede66 View Post



So, a photo wearing the shoes. As can be seen the lacing is fully closed with an extra insole. Funny is that the right shoe is not totally closed even though my right foot is the smaller one.

What's your advice? Change them for a size smaller or keep as is?

This looks fine to me. I don't see the lacing being fully closed as being a bad thing...unless it's some sort of style issue??  I would say as long as your feet aren't sliding around in them and if there isn't a hell of a lot of spare room after where your toes end, it wouldn't be a bad thing to keep them. 

 

I once bought a pair of derbys in size 43 by mistake (I am size 42). I put in an Ecco insole of size 44 and they fit me really nice and snug now.

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Originally Posted by Fiddler View Post

This looks fine to me. I don't see the lacing being fully closed as being a bad thing...unless it's some sort of style issue??  I would say as long as your feet aren't sliding around in them and if there isn't a hell of a lot of spare room after where your toes end, it wouldn't be a bad thing to keep them. 

I once bought a pair of derbys in size 43 by mistake (I am size 42). I put in an Ecco insole of size 44 and they fit me really nice and snug now.
From a style perspective it is nice the smaller the gap. But, to my experience the leather stretches somewhat when you wear in the shoe. Since it is already fully closed despite an extra insole I'm afraid to have problems at a later stage.
There is the opportunity to return them and have them exchanged for a smaller size. The only thing is that I have to wait another 5-6 weeks to start wearing them...
post #6454 of 12555
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Originally Posted by Fiddler View Post

This looks fine to me. I don't see the lacing being fully closed as being a bad thing...unless it's some sort of style issue??  I would say as long as your feet aren't sliding around in them and if there isn't a hell of a lot of spare room after where your toes end, it wouldn't be a bad thing to keep them. 

I once bought a pair of derbys in size 43 by mistake (I am size 42). I put in an Ecco insole of size 44 and they fit me really nice and snug now.
From a style perspective it is nicer the smaller the gap. But, to my experience the leather stretches somewhat when you wear in the shoe. Since it is already fully closed despite an extra insole I'm afraid to have problems at a later stage.
There is the opportunity to return them and have them exchanged for a smaller size. The only thing is that I have to wait another 5-6 weeks to start wearing them...
post #6455 of 12555
Swede, you already know the correct answer to your problem yourself, you only need to bring yourself to invest the time and shipping costs. smile.gif
post #6456 of 12555
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Swede, you already know the correct answer to your problem yourself, you only need to bring yourself to invest the time and shipping costs. smile.gif
I guess you're right...it sucks though...
post #6457 of 12555
My wife surprised me with a little Vass on my birthday... biggrin.gif

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24goyv6.jpg
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awsome Moo!!!

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Originally Posted by rikod View Post

I think I can't wear any of them for the next few days because I broke 2 fingers in my left foot yesterday, but I enjoyed cleaning a couple of them and taking some pics this fine sunday morning.

This group all in the F last

6319 Cognac calf


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Black calf



Oxblood Calf



Black calf



Antique Cognac calf



Dark suede



Saddle cordovan





Bordeaux cordovan





Whiskey cordovan



Hope this help someone undecided biggrin.gif

I like everything about this first one. How do you describe the cap? I've see u-cap used, which seems like a good name, though I don't know if it is correct.

I also like the dark suede that others have commented on. I'm intrigued by the austerity brogue as a concept.
post #6460 of 12555
^And wow! What a cake. 😳Were you carful cutting into it just in case it contained an actual pair of Vass?

Happy birthday, sir.
post #6461 of 12555
Moo you need to send the pictures of your cake to Rezso!
What a fantastic present!
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Hbd jake
post #6463 of 12555
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

My wife surprised me with a little Vass on my birthday... biggrin.gif

2lkzaea.jpg

24goyv6.jpg

That's just awesome.
post #6464 of 12555
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

My wife surprised me with a little Vass on my birthday... biggrin.gif

2lkzaea.jpg

24goyv6.jpg

 

Mr Moo - that's not good enough...next year she needs to buy you the real thing   bigstar[1].gif

 

Happy B'day my friend...

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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

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Originally Posted by rikod View Post

I think I can't wear any of them for the next few days because I broke 2 fingers in my left foot yesterday, but I enjoyed cleaning a couple of them and taking some pics this fine sunday morning.

This group all in the F last

6319 Cognac calf


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Black calf



Oxblood Calf



Black calf



Antique Cognac calf



Dark suede



Saddle cordovan





Bordeaux cordovan





Whiskey cordovan



Hope this help someone undecided biggrin.gif

I like everything about this first one. How do you describe the cap? I've see u-cap used, which seems like a good name, though I don't know if it is correct.

I also like the dark suede that others have commented on. I'm intrigued by the austerity brogue as a concept.

 

I am trying to get a similar toe cap on a pair for my next order, Rezso referenced a model called the 'weymouth'. Not sure how much help it will be, but I hope it helps you.

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