Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Jul 24, 2009.
Thanks for the pics. As wurger noted, interesting on the size difference.
this is why I hesitate to order again from vass, for fear that they have some unknown leathers that would be more awesome than what I ordered
sorry to rehash the same topic but what do I have to do to order a pair of Vass? I really want the Vass U-Cap (in the pic below). I don't know who posted this pic but that is one fine looking shoe. Was this a MTO?
how are payments made? what about sizing? I know nothing of Vass lasts. I wear a UK8 (at least I do on AS shoes) and a US9D on the Alden Hampton last. Would a EU42 work for my foot?
Yes, I'd like to know more about this leather as well. And great photos. Thanks for sharing.
Austerity Boots in Dark Brown Museum Calf, P2 last
^ Very nice indeed, thanks for posting those.
Better pics, please.
F last, Antic Cognac
^^Lovely shoes. I see that you have the same issue I had with my OEII-creasing on the cap.
I have a buying guide on my blog which answers all your questions: http://www.shoegazing.se/2012/10/05/kopguide-vass-shoes/
Just moved the blog to Wordpress, so this post looks a bit sloppy and some pics are missing unfortunately, hadn't had the time to fix that yet.
All my Vass crease on the cap, but I wouldn't call it an issue. Vass use short toe stiffeners, shorter than the external caps, that's why this happens. You have to keep those two things apart. A creasing toe stiffener is an issue, a creasing toe cap is not.
Thanks, j. I remember reading about it in this thread.
I prefer the look of the non creased cap, which is keeping me from ordering another pair of cap toes from them.
I spoke with Rezso and the boots are the standard a deep cognac scotch grain...
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