Menswear: The Visvim Thread. Everything Visvim In Here!


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EssexBoyII
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7260 posts since 5/6/07

13 Jan 2017 22:34
Got a pic?
056c312005
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3 posts since 20/1/17

23 Jan 2017 13:27
Anyone got a visvim deckhand M/L for sale, please pm me <3 <3
SusPet
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278 posts since 18/11/12

10 Feb 2017 12:43
anyone know what i can do about this. taken it to a few repair shops already and been turned away every time

Dee
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12064 posts since 22/11/07

10 Feb 2017 13:27
Got one repaired ages ago using suede to match the bottom - place in camden - not the tidiest of jobs, any place offering leather suede repairs should be able to do the same or use a heavy duty nylon?
SusPet
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278 posts since 18/11/12

10 Feb 2017 14:13
Ill give it a crack, thanks Dee.
Dee
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12064 posts since 22/11/07

10 Feb 2017 14:28
pics on page 346 - rawhide in camden.
leemc77
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2615 posts since 24/10/06

4 Mar 2017 17:28
Got the elk flannel below in red, size S going if anyone is interested…haven't worn it for a few years!
jplxx
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1953 posts since 3/11/09

posted 7 Mar 2017 10:50, edited 7 Mar 2017 10:50
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jplxx
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1953 posts since 3/11/09

7 Mar 2017 10:53
has anyone fixed a broken zip on their 73 folk? been wearing mine since i got them 8 year ago and one zip burst like 4 year ago and the other boot a year or so later. doesn't bother me too much. i just zip up half way then tie the lace around the top of the boot to fasten it. but would kinda like to get them fixed now if anyone knows anyone who's done it well. since now the fabric around the top now has some holes.


boots don't usually look like this but i got caught in a muddy situation.
Rez
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8814 posts since 5/4/09

7 Mar 2017 12:32
Laughing out loud Why do you treat your visvims like you hate them
DuffMan
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14389 posts since 21/2/07

7 Mar 2017 21:19
jplxx wrote: i got caught in a muddy situation.

Laughing out loud
pherkan
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1676 posts since 3/5/11

7 Mar 2017 21:47
Laughing out loud
bertoni
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1496 posts since 29/9/11

8 Mar 2017 12:02
Laughing out loud Dogging down the local park mate?
crutch
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493 posts since 22/11/12

8 Mar 2017 12:38
i think it would be pretty tough to replace the zip as its stitched into the bellows tongue, between the leather eye-stay, tongue and lining. That would need to be unstitched and restiched. Best bet would be to find a proper shoe repair place and ask them if they could do that
Honnete
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224 posts since 15/10/15

8 Mar 2017 12:40
Put them in the trash can you absolute gypsy.
seenmy
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6662 posts since 17/6/06

8 Mar 2017 12:42
in all seriousness I would contact visvim they would probably love to fix them up, the only thing is it would probably take them 6 months to do it
C-Stylez
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5240 posts since 4/7/12

8 Mar 2017 13:09
I thought Visvim required all the receipts of purchase to fix things for you?
winstonrodney
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47 posts since 21/9/12

8 Mar 2017 14:19
As Seenmy says

Or cobblers on Breakneck Road, geezer is a genius.
seenmy
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6662 posts since 17/6/06

8 Mar 2017 14:34
I dont think they need that if you are paying for the repairs which I assume he would be, in honesty it would be a very expensive route..
padawan
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4504 posts since 27/6/03

posted 8 Mar 2017 14:49, edited 8 Mar 2017 14:49
When I started the process with END of contacting VIS to resole. They need your Left foots life story.
Gave up as 3 months wait and an extortion on shipping.

http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u170/glltn/2017-02/Visvim-Fall-Winter-2017-Collection-Lookbook-01.jpg

likin the boots