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The Ultimate Vass (Footwear) Thread (Pictures, reviews, sizing, etc...)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Jul 24, 2009.

  1. sstomcat

    sstomcat Senior member

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    why the hell would you order something like this? Are you someone who like to experiment on your custom MTO ordered shoe?
     
  2. fritzl

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    because it's not black?
     
  3. sstomcat

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    I can see your sarcasm and the reason is in my post.
     
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  4. sstomcat

    sstomcat Senior member

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    This shoe in dark cognac (I believe) is a beauty..
     
  5. fritzl

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    well, the second most formal shoe behind the opera pump does not suffice. that's sarcasm.
     
  6. fritzl

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    in any offered colour by vass, imo.
     
  7. hendrix

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    unless i've missed something, i don't see how a plain toe blucher is the second most formal shoe.

    I have something to post soon that you will like.
     
  8. fritzl

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    now, i'm missing something...


    looking forward to.
     
  9. fritzl

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    here is mine, enjoy

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  10. hendrix

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    awesome!

    my pair are alt wien without medallion, whiskey shell cordovan, 270 degree goyser, double leather sole on the P2. I'll post a pic later.
     
  11. fritzl

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    awe combination. congratulations
     
  12. rikod

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    +1

    I look forward to see it
     
  13. sstomcat

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    doesn't mean anything to me, thats why I said IMO.
    If wearing a red/reddish open laced shoe with a Navy/Black/Grey suit works, by all means wear it in good health.
     
  14. Son Of Saphir

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    Me forget to include important detail.
    Me think that Vass use normal color sole edge for burgundy shell,
    but they use different color for reason me not know. :fu:
    Me embaras to post it
     
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    !!! had to look that one up !!! au contraire mon ami - volume's turned right down on these, and a plain Blucher finely made, like this one, looks fine with a suit.

    I'm assuming you're having trouble with your translator here: SOS is the Lord of the Gunboat - and loves his cynosures [​IMG]

    And hey- everyone has a MTO mishap in their closet- I know I do.
     
  16. hendrix

    hendrix Senior member

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    [​IMG]
     
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  17. Pliny

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    Hendrix more pics when u can please, those are amazing.
     
  18. DonRaphael

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    I have a question concerning the Antique Cognac of Vass. I'm under the impression that the colour cognac have a reddish undertone so my question is; is the antique cognac something like C&Js Chestnut Burnished Calf which have a red undertone which they use for their Westbournes or is it more brownish?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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  19. sstomcat

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    Plain Blucher is less of an issue per se, but the RED sure is!
     
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  20. sstomcat

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    very nice, some pictures of the goyser will be even better...
     

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