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Vass Budapester 41F (about a US8D)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Epaulet, Nov 24, 2012.

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  1. Epaulet

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    Feb 11, 2008
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    Hey everyone!

    I've got a great pair reasonably worn shoes for sale. They're $125 shipped to a US address. Add $25 for Canada, $30 for Europe, and $40 for Asia. International shipping is done via USPS Priority Mail International.

    Payment is by paypal and all sales are final. If you're interested, please drop me a PM with your full name and email address for the invoice. First come, first served. Here's the details:

    Vass Budapester Size 41F: $150
    My wife bought these for herself a little over a year ago in Budapest. They're mens shoes, but she bought them in a smaller size to wear herself.

    These are GORGEOUS in person, and the calfskin is a beautiful British Tan color. If I had to wager a guess for the US sizing on these, I'd peg them at an 8D. She typically wears a 10 to 10.5 in womens, which would translate as a mens 8 to 8.5D, and these were a touch too small for her. I'll confess that I'm not that familiar with Vass's lasts, so I couldn't tell you want exact last these are on, but it's their traditional Budapester with Goyser stitching. The soles are scratched from a bit of wear, but they are thick, and these shoes can deliver you years of faithful service.

    Thanks for looking!

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