Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Jul 24, 2009.
420 euros inclusive of VAT.
Does Vass make an Austerity Brogue boot? Thanks
If I'm not mistaken they do. I saw one in the store. It looked something like Gdl's boot below
I voted with my money for the oxbloof. Dark cognac is much lighter and reddish, but is also very good.
As or the vibram sole - it looks rather casual and imo contrast with the DM style
Thanks, I need to find out the price and their ability to make a bal boot.
Nice DM..F last?
Yes, I really like the oxblood, prefer over bordeaux.
For my casual DM, I had a pair of Lobb William that had the commando sole and they looked great.
Was thinking brown with commando on F last, which has a more rounded casual toe whilst not as bulky as the Peter.
I dont want to risk it though in case it looks pants...I wish there was a Vass virtual mockup app
BTW there are few Vass' DMs in both colors on ebay right now, just to compare the colors.
I'm jealous of my shoes' itinerary:
Nov 1, 2012 12:31 AMArrived at FedEx locationPARIS FR
Oct 31, 2012 10:41 PMIn transitVIENNA AT
Oct 31, 2012 9:22 PMIn transitVECSES HU
I wear 8.5 UK in Carmina Robert last
9/9.5 D in EG 82 Last
8.5 in C&J 360 last
9.5 US in Tramezza
I have a narrow-medium foot.
Would I wear a 43 in Vass U Last?
any help would be greatly appreciated
Brown's not as versatile IMO. Most versatile is Dark Cog, then Ox, then Brown
Dark Cog is a deep dark red, a burgundy- goes with anything, including greys and navys, which brown doesn't always. Ox is a very dark purple, looks fantastic with greys and dark blues too.
Scroll back a few pages. A gent on here had a smashing saddle cordovan austerity boot made....
Love Vass' generous use of speed hooks
Please clarify which sizing systems for the EG and CJ
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