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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. Morning

    Morning Active Member

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    Wow. Stunning boot.
     


  2. fritzl

    fritzl Senior member

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    i dunno. i have him blocked, anyway.

    i'm experimenting, in search of a better word, with the sole edges of my shoes right now. lots of fun.

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    i had my cobbler sand it down and now i can play... i like dynamic processes. :nodding:
     


  3. fritzl

    fritzl Senior member

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    don't ask. just run...
     


  4. Gdot

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    They are beautiful, and unique. Congratulations!

    Thank you for the porn!
     


  5. meister

    meister Senior member

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    Agree they are wonderful especially that mustard and brown combo. Total dandy WTF shoes.
     
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  6. sstomcat

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    + 1, wear them well....
     


  7. sstomcat

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    your wish is my command sir!
     


  8. Roguls

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    I actually think the Alden Plaza boots are the winners in this trio - love the blind eyelets.
     


  9. furo

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    How much wear can you get out a flush metal toe tap, and what do you visibly need to see as signs of wear that would require a replacement?
     


  10. whochrisliu

    whochrisliu Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys, I just bought these online. I cant wait to get them. I think their called Vass U Last, or something. I will update with pics when I receive them in the mail (My camera is no near as nice though)
     


  11. Pliny

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    G have u seen M Berta?
     


  12. olualbert

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    Is one of the best ready to wear shoes in the world.....is slick and stylish. Just bought 2 pairs few weeks ago. Lovely shoes,

    Olu
     


  13. ltontheqt

    ltontheqt Senior member

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    I recently purchased my first pair of Vass, U Last I think. I've worn a few times and the shoes, particularly on the right foot, continue to pinch some across the vamp. I do like the shoes and am considering another purchase, this time on St. Peter Last, I believe. How does this last compare to U? Also, what are the chances that the shoes I own will loosen up? I wouldn't describe these as having soft, pliable leather.
     


  14. Deedee

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    The U last is much narrower as opposed to the Peter last. Furthermore the Peter is round and not as pointy as the U-last. When I was in Budapest I tried on the U-Last and it was too tight for me so I went with the New Peter, which was a perfect fit.

     


  15. SuitedDx

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    Alright, time to do some Vass research before I take the plunge...
     


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