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post #76 of 140
Not a penny more though!
post #77 of 140
Did I say $600's, I think I meant $700's lookaround.gif (but I'll stick to the $699 for the initial boots if anyone does want to order)

Here are the tobacco cordovan derby's on the feet of a man that really needs no introduction..............

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post #78 of 140
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Saw these on the Buday site - did you get them yet? Any pics?

so here is my fall lineup (will also be adding another 2 more styles), these are ready to go:

Navy scotch grain goyser double monks:







Buffalo/Suede Norweger boot, goyser stitch, commando sole:







Suede Budapester on a last for those that need more volume (similar to Vass 3636 last)



post #79 of 140
Damn that double monk is sweet and I am not even a big monk fan
post #80 of 140
I would do some serious romping in those Norwegian boots, dayum!
post #81 of 140
And neither of you are kidding. All three look great.

Ed: In what sizes did you stock those boots and those coffee suede Budapesters? I.e., mine possibly?
post #82 of 140
We did 10.5 right? On these, we might go down to a 10 for you. But these are both 9.5 (my size smile.gif). As you know, ordering your size is a piece of cake nod[1].gif
post #83 of 140
It is indeed easy as pie to order in your own size.

I'll have to consider this. I need more boots like I need... but those are pretty darn good looking.
post #84 of 140
how does buday leather upper quality, build and finish compare with vass?
post #85 of 140
^ And do they resole / recraft? If so, any idea of the cost?
post #86 of 140
At least the same as Vass and yes they resole but I don't have the price so I'll get back to you. Given shipping costs, not sure I would go that route though unless you time it to be shipped with one of my orders, which we could do.
post #87 of 140

Love those boots!

post #88 of 140
I don't really feel for Buday's lasts and most designs, but that 3-tie pointed cordovan derby is astounding. What's the last called, Ed?
post #89 of 140
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

I don't really feel for Buday's lasts and most designs, but that 3-tie pointed cordovan derby is astounding. What's the last called, Ed?


thats the Franko last, the double monks are the Franko II last, those along with the Velence last are their more traditional/English type lasts. The BP lasts and the Tisza are the traditional austro hungarian lasts. The suede buda is on the tisza last, I have a large instep and a slightly wider than normal foot and they are the best fitting last on me.

Another thing about Buday is that they have the most comfortable insole/sock liner of any shoe I've owned.
post #90 of 140
Ed: what last are those Norweger boots on? Fraknó?
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