Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Jul 24, 2009.
Hendrix more pics when u can please, those are amazing.
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!
Plain Blucher is less of an issue per se, but the RED sure is!
very nice, some pictures of the goyser will be even better...
Me have three pair of goiser budapester.
One pair have 270 degree goiser.
Two pair have 360 degree goiser.
360 goiser is very very good,
it the best.
Many man talk about 360 degree budapester here,
many man say he want it,
no man ever buy it.
I did, expected first week of next...
i definitely prefer 270...
strange enough he let's acetone close to his shoes.
and hey, some, including me, would like to have a "mishap" like yours.
Personal preference or there is more to it?
At home with a painful sports related injury, can't wear them for a few weeks but wanted to post a pic of a new member of the family.
pp and it's more suitable for a city shoe, imo.
certainly, it depends on the kind of leather, though.
sorry to hear that. i wish you a fast relief.
Thanks, I appreciate it
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