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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Jul 24, 2009.
Wow. Stunning boot.
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.
i had my cobbler sand it down and now i can play... i like dynamic processes.
don't ask. just run...
They are beautiful, and unique. Congratulations!
Thank you for the porn!
Agree they are wonderful especially that mustard and brown combo. Total dandy WTF shoes.
+ 1, wear them well....
your wish is my command sir!
I actually think the Alden Plaza boots are the winners in this trio - love the blind eyelets.
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?
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)
G have u seen M Berta?
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,
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.
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.
Alright, time to do some Vass research before I take the plunge...
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