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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Hungarian Budapester burliness:


Looks fantastic, how is the fit and quality compared to the the more famous maker from Hungary?.
post #18692 of 20783
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Originally Posted by OzzyJones View Post

I know! Reached out to Buday and Attila just this week about a pair of budapesters but both prefer you visit to the shop. Need to plan a trip to Budapest!!

You can buy Buday here in the States

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post #18693 of 20783
I know, Ed. Unfortunately I dont live in the states!
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Very elegant model
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Originally Posted by goodlensboy View Post


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Who makes these for Max Verre?
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Sstomcat: the last is very high on the instep and wide on the heelcup, but I've managed to make them comfortable with tongue pads and heel grips. The make is artisanal and similar to Vass but the house style has several nice quirks listed on my site. Arch support is default option in every pair.
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

Who makes these for Max Verre?

They look soo much like GG/AS but I cannot say for sure
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@Ozzyjones

I think what Ed was saying, with the most modest of manners, is that you can order some here from a certain esteemed retailer in New York, with free international shipping and excellent communications.

post #18699 of 20783
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

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I think what Ed was saying, with the most modest of manners, is that you can order some here from a certain esteemed retailer in New York, with free international shipping and excellent communications.
Haha! I thought he might but the additional duties would take the price to over a grand and I'd have to gamble on sizing.
My mate's stag is later this year; I'm pushing for Buda for the venue. biggrin.gif
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Apologies for cross post


C & J Shoe Shine Shunday! Ready for a busy week. There is a cuckoo in the nest however....





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Spring Ready....


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As the rain clouds disperse and the sun comes out in NYC so do the tan shoes!Shined and ready for pounding the sidewalk..
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Originally Posted by Torsion View Post



As the rain clouds disperse and the sun comes out in NYC so do the tan shoes!Shined and ready for pounding the sidewalk..

NO BROWN IN TOWN REMEMBER!
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Originally Posted by Cleav View Post

Apologies for cross post


C & J Shoe Shine Shunday! Ready for a busy week. There is a cuckoo in the nest however....




 

 

 

Nice collection, Cleav! I like pics of well worn, but well maintained shoes a lot better than pics of brand new ones. Much more stylish, IMO!

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NO BROWN IN TOWN REMEMBER!

@meister Rules are for breaking biggrin.gif
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