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One shoe design, two styles

MarcellHUN

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These are my new creations for two customers. I just wanted to point your interest to the interesting fact, that even they are (almost) the same design, but:
- two different sewing type: left: goiser with spinning stitch, right: English welted
- two different last shape: left: classic Budapest, right: new "801" last from Koronya
- double sole - single sole
- different sole decorations (I just enclose a picture about the Budapest one)
Opinions about the 801 last are welcome! Very soon you can see a 'limited edition' shoe on it.. (it was a teaser
- I am still considering what I should put into it)

 

gdl203

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Cool side by side comparison. Thanks. That 801 last is very attractive IMO
 

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the 801 is nice and it works well with the brogue.
 

william

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Great post thank you!

The 801 looks to be inspired by Vass' U last.
 

von Rothbart

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Originally Posted by william
Great post thank you!

The 801 looks to be inspired by Vass' U last.


I agree and I love it. It's almost a deadringer to the U last.
 

MarcellHUN

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Originally Posted by von Rothbart
I agree and I love it. It's almost a deadringer to the U last.

Yes similar, but if you look from the side - this is more "sharp".
 

william

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Originally Posted by MarcellHUN
Yes similar, but if you look from the side - this is more "sharp".

Could we perhaps get an overhead shot of both shoes?
 

Eustace Tilley

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Nice. I like the medallion on the sleeker shoe.
 

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