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VASS Black Austerity Wingtips F-Last size 40 Oxford Shoes

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by SuitedDx, Dec 22, 2012.

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  1. SuitedDx

    SuitedDx Senior member

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    • Brand: Vass
    • Style: Austerity brogue
    • Made in Hungary
    • Size: 40 F-Last
    • Color: Black
    • Uppers: Boxcalf
    • Hand Welted
    • Flushed metal toe taps
    • H/A/F soles
    • Woodlore Split-toe trees included
    • Shoe bags and original box included

    Note that there is a small scratch (around 2mm) in the arch of the L shoe.

    EDIT: would also be open to trades for Vass U-last lace-ups in 40.
     

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    Medwed Senior member

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    What is the heel to toe measurements ,outsole? May i ask, why r you selling, do they not fit you?
     
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    L: around 11 5/16"
    W: around 4 1/16"

    Just having second thoughts on them and I'm looking to pick up other shoes soon so I need to clear up space. :D
     
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    GentlemanJohnny Well-Known Member

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    It looks like you normally wear a size 6.5 or 7 US....so wouldn't these be too big for you?

    I'm asking out of plain curiosity. I wear a size 7, which is comparable I think to a size 38 in European measurements and all the nice shoes I see in stores are too big. Is a size 40 normally large for you?
     
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