Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Jul 24, 2009.
I need some Norweger in my life. Has anyone seen this make-up in one of their Italian lasts?
Great shot! Seems like the Peter is a touch more bulbous around the toe - which I'm fine with and like. How is the fit on the two? One looser or tighter than the other?
Peter is smaller than P2. I can actually get into the latter, although the shoes that I persuaded myself to buy turned out to be too long and were still pretty narrow about the instep.
I think of the Peter as a very narrow 3636. Which could easily be wrong, as I couldn't even begin to get into it at the store. Someone who fits both might have a different verdict. But I can wear one if not the other, even though they look strikingly similar.
Yes the peter is a bit smaller, feel more snug and look a little bit flatter around the toe. less curved and more symmetric.I could be wrong too, they are very similar but fit a little different. I only tried them at home, they are new and didn't wear them yet for the first time.
Vass experts, can anyone identify the age and level of finishing of this pair on B&S? They have full-rubber heels. Are these the U last?
Joonian...I do NOT see it as the U last.. maybe F or the New Peter last as it appears more rounded to me
I would pay less than $450 for them
And I have to agree with the poster above, considering you can buy a new pair straight from Vass for not much more.
Thanks guys. That is indeed what I will be doing.
what? guys those are shell cordovan and that is a fantastic price.
Those are F last and $450 is a great deal for them if they fit.
Whoops, shell? I need to learn how to read.
Someone obviously thought they were a good deal.
BTW, not sure if people already do this, but here's an easy way to search through Vass's maze-like website for styles and colours with Google Images. This search for example shows images labeled Cognac.
looking to order a pair of vass boots.. would the saddle shell look good on a natural edge sole?
Seems like a great combo to me!
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