Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Oyaji, Feb 20, 2010.
suede wholecut is One Shoe to Rule Them All
the vass and the EG are great looking but i dont like the desing of the halmos seems neather here nor there to me but still looks a well made shoe
I know this isn't the thread for it but if anyone likes those Vass and are a size 44 - I just spotted these on eBay
price is nice. thanks for posting
For sure. If they were an 8 I would snap them up.
Definitely going to order these on the P2 when I finally get round to it.
alright, let's forget for a second that the second pair is a dover. imo, and to my mind, it's rather obvious that a heel counter is breaking the lines of the "wholecut" concept from the original norweger. i'm pretty much convinced that the norweger is predestinated for bespoke or to makers who can read a last and understand the importance of authenticity.
i cannot buy in the groupthink that this has become a fashion item or at least a darling hence to the fact: when porty boy has one, it must be good.
sorry, i'm definitely not for that.
in addition, i'm not biased at all. though, let's face it, it's a shoe and the perfect execution which accompanies me since my interest in shoes has arisen.
just my two cents.
These are only available from AFP in a UK 7 (which is the size C&J makes all its samples in BTW)
If you want them though, they are sold in Sweden as part of the limited run Purple edition
Really like the rough pebble grain & high toe box. wish were a 40.5 or 41.
Indeed - these are probably the samples for the purple collection, or something of the sort. However, this is the shoe damage thread, and the damage done was my instakop.
As in: they WERE available in UK7.
These look like the JLP Chambords.
those are great
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