The Ultimate Vass (Footwear) Thread (Pictures, reviews, sizing, etc...)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Jul 24, 2009.

  1. Swede66

    Swede66 Senior member

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    First pic's of new Vass. Not even tried on yet. Better pictures to follow.

    OE, F-last, single leather, sunken rubber toe taps, dark brown "museum" calf.

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  2. sdolina

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    These are great looking shoes Swede! Should order a pair in museum calf.
     


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    Nice shoes Swede. Would you mind posting more pics? I'm thinking of ordering something in museum calf.
     
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  4. Cleav

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  5. Swede66

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    More pic's will come when I'm back home tomorrow.
     


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    gyasih Senior member

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    Vass F-Last Austerity Brogue in 43.5-PLUM
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    What euro size does it translate to? They look lovely! How is the fit?
     


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    Sorry, I meant 43.5. I am a 9.5e in Carmina, C&J and Meermin. I am too scared to try half size smaller in English shoes (EG, JL and G&G) because I am not interested in the dollar loss of having to sell. Although, I think I would do well in 10.5 US in those brands.
     


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    Beautiful shape, G. Natural light pics to show the colour? Nice Xmas present dude! Have a good one
     


  10. venividivicibj

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    I see everyone gets burgundy boxes, mine came in green boxes. Anyone else get green?
     


  11. Swede66

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    I got a burgundy box on my latest delivery and green boxes on the deliveries prior to this.
     


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    You are normally a US10.5D/11D right gyasih? I have been wondering whether a Vass 43.5 might fit me as often UK9.5F does and Italian 43.5 also.
     


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    Nice! But as mentioned above, we need better natural light pics to get their full potential.


    They switched to burgundy boxes a short while back, so the green ones aren't used anymore.
     


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    Is Plum a new vass colour or just anther way of saying oxblood?
     


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