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Brown Budapester from Budapest, Koronya

ajv

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Even though I don't like that model, I can admire the work.......love the norwegian stitching.....

Adrian
 

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Originally Posted by ajv
Even though I don't like that model, I can admire the work.......love the norwegian stitching.....

Adrian


Well, recently I made more dress shoes, but this is my heritage.. we call it Goiser.
 

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is this the last concordia mentioned?

Originally Posted by Concordia
Other more traditional Wieners (such as on the Vass Budapest, or on Koronya's modified Budapest last) have a little more vigor.
 

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Originally Posted by MarcellHUN
Well, recently I made more dress shoes, but this is my heritage.. we call it Goiser.

You are right, the norweger is a bit different re. the welt.....

Nothing against some good ole heritage, even if yours is quite sleek, compared to old fashioned Budapester lasts...


Adrian
 

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yes, this is a bit more sleek Budapest last. The toe is not that high, but still very comfortable.
 

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I'm personally more partial to the form of the traditional Budapester, but I really like the look of the suede with the goiser stitching.

Very nice work Marcell.
 

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Originally Posted by Fabro
I'm personally more partial to the form of the traditional Budapester, but I really like the look of the suede with the goiser stitching.

Very nice work Marcell.


I think I like this shape better but agree that the goiser stitching and suede go very well together. Beautiful work Marcell.
 

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Those shoes are so beautiful I would sleep with them clutched in my arms.
 

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Originally Posted by pvrhye
Thought Gosier needed big square toes.

that's what the eyetalians do with their bentivegna or norvegese. goyser is more or less for round toe and budapester.
 

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