or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Vass bespoke
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Vass bespoke

post #1 of 26
Thread Starter 
I will flight to Budapest for getting my first bespoke shoes tomorrow. And as already there i was thinking to order 2 other shoes so that i can pay directly (so that i won't have to pay for customs when they ship shoes to me, that's the reason)
I have already rtw vass shoes and they fit quite good and i do love the quality but i found a thread everybody saying that vass are not bespoke. so why vass are not considered bespoke ? do you think that i should pay 200Euros less and get some rtw shoes ? Thanks for advices
post #2 of 26
lurker[1].gif
post #3 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by intfxdx View Post

I will flight to Budapest for getting my first bespoke shoes tomorrow. And as already there i was thinking to order 2 other shoes so that i can pay directly (so that i won't have to pay for customs when they ship shoes to me, that's the reason)
I have already rtw vass shoes and they fit quite good and i do love the quality but i found a thread everybody saying that vass are not bespoke. so why vass are not considered bespoke ? do you think that i should pay 200Euros less and get some rtw shoes ? Thanks for advices

Vass not bespoke,
it made to measure system,
but with ideal foot it can work well me think.
Quote:
why vass are not considered bespoke ?
1, limited to set patterns for upper
2, me think there limit on making a last fit good.
Will Vass cut down shoe last for special customer with low instep?
Will Vass file under a shoe last to make it fit foot good on foot bed?
Will Vass make any last shape custom want?
Me think Vass not do this,
bespoke do this.
Me think Vass mtm work well for some people but it could be bad for some feet.
3, very limit leather and color choose
4, will Vass do 12 spi on sole and other fine detail?
Me think Vass not do this.
5, will Vass make shoe tree to fit mtm shoe or use stock tree?

See,
shoe making system to limit to be called bespoke,
but man can get good fit from mtm Vass if man have good foot.

Think here,
can Vass make new pattern and last and trees and offer hundred of leathers for $200 extra?
Me say no.
Will Vass cut down last when needed?
Me say no likely
post #4 of 26
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the informations. i do like the style and upper, no problem with that but i hope that they are more confortable.. well i will check it if there is no improvement i will order rtw..
post #5 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post

Vass not bespoke,

this discussion is so tiresome. it gets annoying. have you ever been to budapest? have you ever worked with a hungarian maker directly? tbh, if not, just stfu. many thanks
post #6 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

this discussion is so tiresome. it gets annoying. have you ever been to budapest? have you ever worked with a hungarian maker directly? tbh, if not, just stfu. many thanks

Do Vass make individual pattern for client shoe?
Do Vass cut down a last for some client?
Do Vass make a custom tree for some client?
Me make good discussion and ask good question here,
no need to be annoyed,
that silly. ffffuuuu.gif
post #7 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post


Me make good discussion and ask good question here,
no need to be annoyed,
that silly. ffffuuuu.gif

nope
post #8 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by intfxdx View Post

And as already there i was thinking to order 2 other shoes so that i can pay directly (so that i won't have to pay for customs when they ship shoes to me, that's the reason)

You will probably still have to pay customs if they ship it to you.
post #9 of 26
Thread Starter 
Frtitzl i guess you know better than me shoe making. do you think ghat bespoke at vass would be more confortable ?? I am 100% satisfied with vass. Their shoes are 100% bettet than cj i can say as a just wearer and not expert. I am hesitating to go rtw as rtw also excellent at vass...
post #10 of 26
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by MrInvariant View Post

You will probably still have to pay customs if they ship it to you.

I will ask them to ship it as gift with 30euros value and it willbe fine. that's possible if paid in cash
post #11 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by intfxdx View Post

I will ask them to ship it as gift with 30euros value and it willbe fine. that's possible if paid in cash

If they are willing to do that, then yes.
Let us know how it goes.
post #12 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by intfxdx View Post

Frtitzl i guess you know better than me shoe making. do you think ghat bespoke at vass would be more confortable ?? I am 100% satisfied with vass. Their shoes are 100% bettet than cj i can say as a just wearer and not expert. I am hesitating to go rtw as rtw also excellent at vass...

well, i'm not a shoemaker. i can say, that i have some experience with the austro-hungarian tradition of shoemaking, though.

imo, fit is a very individual thing. i cannot stand snug fitting shoes. i just don't like it. go figure

as you said. your satisfaction ratio is already high. so what do you expect to improve?

keep us updated please.
post #13 of 26
Thread Starter 
Well i have one feet , not exactly, but almost one size bigger so that i am not vety confortable at the waist level of feet ( where there is a curve) . that makes a little pain if i have a long day. i am wearing dress shoes everyday i am a banker. so confort is really importanr for me. i also have happen to have narrow heels. i will be in budapest in 2h.. i will report sunday.
post #14 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by intfxdx View Post

Well i have one feet , not exactly, but almost one size bigger

ah, ok. i hope you brought your other vass for inspection?
post #15 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

this discussion is so tiresome. it gets annoying. have you ever been to budapest? have you ever worked with a hungarian maker directly? tbh, if not, just stfu. many thanks
Quote:
Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

nope

I realize I am breaking one of my own rules here, but perhaps you care to enlighten the rest of us: how is SoS post not helpful? Just curious what I am missing. Perhaps I should add that I am a happy Vass customer.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Vass bespoke