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Jeeves - Vass shoes and elegant menswear accessories - Official Affiliate Thread.

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Notch, Sep 8, 2016.

  1. Notch

    Notch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    We just launched a new model on the webstore: the Vass Alt Wien in Antique cognac calf on the New Peter last in sizes 41 to 45. A true classic!

    Available for just under 485 USD excl. VAT for all non - EU members with free shipping. Includes lasted shoe trees, Vass bags and shoe box, and a can of Saphir wax.

    We will have more U lasted RTW shoes in January, gradually building up the RTW offer :)!

    Link: http://jeeves.store/vass-shoes/ready-to-wear/vass-alt-wien-derby-antique-cognac/

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  2. Notch

    Notch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Still looking for 3 participants for our group order! Any model is possible, made from Burgundy vegano burnishable calf (picture as reference for the leather and color).

    650 USD excl. VAT for the Vass Austerity River, or 700 USD excl. VAT for your own choice of model!

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    CLTesquire Senior member

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    How does the P2 last fit in comparison to the F last? Is it generally roomier?
     
  4. Patrick R

    Patrick R Senior member

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    People (including me) generally take the same size in F and P2. The F last may look sleeker, but in my experience the fit at the critical points (heel, instep, ball of the foot) is substantially the same.
     
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    RogerP Senior member

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    I'm not part of those people. I go a half size down from F to P2. P2 is noticeable wider / more roomy, particularly at the ball of the foot and toe box.
     
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    Me too, exactly this.
     
  7. Notch

    Notch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Most of our customers will take the same size in F and P2, but the P2 is indeed noticeably wider and more roomy. Depending on the shape of your foot, you are able to size down like RogerP and Webbo.


    An outdoor comparison shot between Vass Oxblood, Vas Burgundy and the Vegano Burgundy burnishable calf (taking single MTO's on this leather):

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  8. Notch

    Notch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    BLACK FRIDAY sale just went live! Sale ends Monday 4PM local time (10 in the morning for New York!)

    -20% on all Nicky Milano ties

    -20% on all Bresciani Socks

    -10% on all Jeeves belts

    -10% on all Jeeves leather gloves (Peccary, Carpincho and lined deerskin)

    Styleforum discount code (JEEVES10) applies on all these products, subtracting another 10%!

    Last but not least:

    -10% on all Vass hand welted shoes (and we added a bunch of new Odd Stock models!)

    Vass Medium Brown Suede Italian Oxford at 487.63 USD excl. VAT (with international shipping and lasted shoe trees included)

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    Vass Inca Grain (Exclusive to Jeeves) Derbyat 487.63 USD excl. VAT (with international shipping and lasted shoe trees included)

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    Vass Alt Wien Derby Cognac at only 432.57 USD excl. VAT (with international shipping and lasted shoe trees included)

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  9. CLTesquire

    CLTesquire Senior member

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    You're too good to us @notch

    Those museum gold OEII's still incoming for mid-December?
     
  10. Notch

    Notch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    @CLTesquire

    I have been told that the museum calf gold OEII's would not arrive in December, but rather early to mid January.

    Apparently, museum gold is next to impossible to get at the moment, at least not from the new Ilcea. A lot of factories, retailers and customers are waiting eagerly, and so am I :)! I hope the new delivery date is not a problem.
     
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    CLTesquire Senior member

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    Before I found out you were stocking it, I wasn't planning on ordering it until January anyway. So I'll still be ahead of schedule! [​IMG]
     
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    Will you post any additional styles in EU 45?
     
  13. Notch

    Notch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    @oxfordsandties: Size 45 is tricky, there is never much stock and the higher sizes don't move as quickly as the lower sizes. We will have a size 45 U-last burgundy shoe at the end of January, and the Gold Musuem OEII can be ordered in a size 45 with delivery in January, for the same price as the RTW version (should be around 600 USD excl. VAT, but don't pin me on that 100%).

    Other than that, a single MTO only comes with a small upcharge, feel free to send me a PM and I will see what I can do :).
     
  14. Notch

    Notch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    2 more days until Cybermonday when our sale ends!
     
  15. Markwilo13

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    Anyone fancy a GMTO of something made with Inca Burgundy? Something on the P2 or F last?
     
  16. Notch

    Notch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    We would be happy to run a GMTO with the burgundy Inca grain, we have had some requests about it and will try to find some more interested parties ones the black Friday weekend craze settles :).
     
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    I could be interested in a brogued wingtip in this leather....
     
  18. Notch

    Notch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    For a GMTO in the Burgundy Inca Grain, we would need at least 6 people confirmed. The model or details can be chosen person to person. The price, as with all GMTO's, would start at 700USD excl. VAT (which includes quite a lot of options, such as lasted shoe trees and most shoe details).

    The leather in question is no.4 in this picture:

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  19. Notch

    Notch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    I believed @CanadaCal expressed an interest in Inga Grain #4 as well a few months ago, perhaps he is still interested.

    We will make a GMTO product in our webstore, were a 50% deposit can be paid.

    As stated, we would need to reach a definite 6 to make this happen. The chesnut Inca Grain (6120) has proven to be extremely popular on our RTW model, especially since the stretching of the leather creates great depth in the color of the leather.
     
  20. Markwilo13

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    I am very tempted to put down a deposit for the Burgundy Inca but I don't think I can stomach the £680 price tag!
     

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