Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Jul 24, 2009.
These are awesome,I could wear them every day, on single sole though.
This is well done - I'm going to show my cobbler this picture for reference.
hey any thoughts on bal vs blucher in suede?
i associate blucher/casual/suede or pebble vs bal/formal/box
Bal all the way
Haven't you guys learned? Suede goes well with ANY style of shoe.
Where can I find a comparison of the various Vass lasts. Not for sizing but for shape ..
Check the shoe pictorial thread if it still exists.
I do not have any Vass shoes, but I have been looking at this thread. I would like to know how the F last compares to the Crockett & Jones 337 last, if anyone has both. I have multiple pairs of C&J on the 337 and I am 10.5E. I wanted to know if the F last has more or less toe room and the general fit.
These look great TRINI! Is that the P2 last as well, or...?
They do seem to go with everything I have. Great shoe. Gotta love Vass' suede, very nice.
I read that a lot on Styleforum.net and Stijlforum.nl. I think it's something you only (really) see when looking at pictures of the shoe. In person, it's very hard to tell and I already think a double sole wears better.
You are right in the sense that suede is more casual than calf and that a blucher is more casual than a balmoral. However, I think a balmoral in suede can look just great paired with a mid-grey or lighter-than-navy suit. Besides, suede is the bomb bro.
Thanks. They're F-last.
My new VASS. Just wearing them a bit at the office.
I wanted something a bit more casual and I am happy with how things turned out.
How is the fit? Are you happy with it?
I'm pretty happy. They looked like they were going to be tight when I pulled them out of the box but they fit fine.
Here is my new arrival: p2 last, antique cognac cordovan norweger with 360 goyser and antique edgetrim. Over the moon with how well these turned out!
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