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post #46 of 321
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Originally Posted by JayH View Post

What are the chances of Vass doing a make up similar to EG Dover?

JayH, I don't think Vass does an exact EG dover replica. As far as I know their split toes have a more 'vertical' apron instead of the sloping artifact found on the Dover.




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Originally Posted by Francisco View Post

Any possibilities of the cognac scotch grain Norweger?
I need one.

Can't see why not. Added.
Edited by arahat - 4/4/14 at 4:46pm
post #47 of 321
I am in for a brown high boot. maybe with dainite sole.
post #48 of 321
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Originally Posted by JayH View Post

What are the chances of Vass doing a make up similar to EG Dover?

Unfortunately, Vass can't do the split toe stitching the way Edward Green and Gaziano & Girling can.
post #49 of 321
I'm in for an austerity brogue, u last, plum or brown museum calf (preferably from the revived ilcea tannery rather than haas)
post #50 of 321
Put me down- still looking for inspiration for a makeup. Currently thinking austerity brogue.
post #51 of 321
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Originally Posted by stgrim View Post

I'm in for an austerity brogue, u last, plum or brown museum calf (preferably from the revived ilcea tannery rather than haas)

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Originally Posted by JayH View Post

Put me down- still looking for inspiration for a makeup. Currently thinking austerity brogue.

I have a pair of the U last austerity brogues in museum calf but another color like plum or oxblood would definitely be of interest.
post #52 of 321
I am looking at all austreity brogue, and all forms of brogues. Cheers.
post #53 of 321

I'm trying to compare more closely the U and the F lasts. Would be very grateful to those who have the U last if they posted up some pics.

 

Thanks!

post #54 of 321
Thread Starter 
U-last oxfords, I hope this helps Nabil. PM sent.


post #55 of 321
How will you folks narrow down your sizes in these varied lasts and shoes? I have been VASS customer for many years and visited their store on many occasions and each time I order it is a craps-shoot. Not to rain on this thread , but to alert you to the fact that VASS is inconsistent in sizing. Everything is larger and bigger at VASS nowadays: heels r taller, soles r wider, sizes roomier.
post #56 of 321
I would be interested in some chukkas. Could someone PM some comparisons between U and F last. Cheers
post #57 of 321
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Originally Posted by truevision View Post

I would be interested in some chukkas. Could someone PM some comparisons between U and F last. Cheers

Not great lighting but here is an F last austerity brogue (antique cognac) and U last austerity brogue (museum brown).


Edited by pinkpanther - 4/6/14 at 6:17am
post #58 of 321
Thread Starter 
The austerity brogues do look great in the U and F lasts.



I have 2 pairs of Vass from some 8 years back and I would say the fit is quite consistent with my recently built Vass shoes in the same size and last. I can only speak from my own experience though.

From my dealings with Vass, they do stand solidly by their wares. If things do go awry, Vass is very responsive and obliging in resolving any issues.
post #59 of 321
The VASS Porn Thread is also a great resource for pics if you need inspiration or an idea on what a model will look like in a certain last...
post #60 of 321
Me me.

Balmoral boots in plum/museum/brown. thanks
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