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VASS SHELL CORDOVAN BROGUE BOOTS. U Last. UK 11+E

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by ap10046, Apr 6, 2016.

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  1. ap10046

    ap10046 Senior member

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    VERY regrettably letting go of my gorgeous Vass Shell Cordovan Brogue Boots on the U Last, Antique Cognac, Dainite, very sparingly used, with the lasted shoe trees and individual boxes.
    I believe they were a special order by my Forum Guru.
    I don't think I have ever seen another pair.
    They should be UK11+E.

    Apart from the fact that they are a bit large for me, I don't wear my taller boots anymore.

    I am looking for a pair of Chukkas on the U Last (UK10.5E), 888/890 (UK11E), TG73 (UK11E) in dark brown calf or brown suede.

    OR $800 for the Vass, shipped worldwide 2/3 day air, as always, on me.
    ...and please believe me, this is a HEAVY shipment!

    -Sorry for mooching pictures, RT-
     

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    laufer Senior member

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    What size are they in Vass European measurements? 45?
     


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    Honestly, I'm not really sure as the boots don't have a size mentioned anywhere.
    However, the trees do have "45" stamped on them.
     
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