Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Jul 24, 2009.
Thank you - 4th pair of Vass is more "adventurous" for me
which model is it?
Budapester style in the F last with a combination of dark brown calf (main part of shoe) and dark brown scotchgrain (tongue/throat only). Double sole with 270 degree goyser welt and metal toe tip.
Vass Budapest on Budapest last..enjoy
Great stuff. Got me a similar pair only in boots and scotchgrain coming in this Fall. Looking forward.
+1 and looking forward to see yours slewfoot
Gentlemen thank you....Budapester rocks
Anyone with experience with the New Peter (P2) last? I'm thinking of ordering a pair of boot soon, but still unsure about sizing. If I'm a true 10US, what size do I go for?
Plain toe derbies
My only Vass pair. These are MTO, F-last double monks in Oxblood with arch support, cost me 400 euros directly from Vass-cipo. They made it in 1 month and even reduced the price in the invoice so that I had not to pay customs (although I didn't ask for it).
Very nice soft leather, few nice details.
It fits extremely comfortable from the beginning and I'm worrying wouldn't they become too bbig when I break-in?
Two sad moments:
The strips are sewed, not connected by strings like on my Bontoni or on the JL William. This means I need to open at least upper strips to take them off!
Also I expected the two-color sole, I didn't order it but thought it goes two-tone by default.
what does this mean? by strings do you mean elastic? nice shoes btw. still need to pop my Vass cherry but unsure of what to get
I have compared the lasted trees from Vass and Edward Green, maybe it could help.
-Vass F-last size 43 (UK9,5)
-Edward green 888 UK9,5E
as you can see here the vass has much higher instep
EG Last is lower but even wider then Vass
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