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Vass Budapest Dark Brown Leather Pebble Grain Bluchers Eu 44 US 11

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I'm selling one of my grail shoes, only because they don't get enough wear. Shoes like this are made to be worn and enjoyed. They need a new home. Current bid is at $50. They might go dirt cheap. I started the auction (like all my others) at $4.99 with no reserve.


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" Here is an absolutely incredible pair of pebble grain bluchers made by Vass of Budapest. Vass is considered one of the holy grails of shoemakers and their shoes are completely handmade from the finest materials. They come with a price-tag to match. The only places these are available inside the US are Bergdorf Goodman in NYC and Louis, Boston. Prices start at $850 and go up steadily from there. These retailed in the $950 range. 5 eyelet lacing. The leather is a beautiful dark brown with a hint of Burgundy. Leather & wood soles. Bench-made by hand in Budapest. Marked a Euro 44. They fit like a US 11 D.

Condition: Excellent pre-owned condition. Lightly worn. Lots of life left, as shown by the condition of the soles. A couple light scuffs on the left shoe (on the toe and on the side near the front). Left shoe has a couple dark marks near the heel on the side of the shoe. Not sure what it is. Might come off with some polish remover. They have been kept with shoe trees in them since new.


Outsole length: 12" heel to toe.
Widest part of the sole: 4 1/4"
Narrowest part of the sole: 3 1/4"


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