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Lansky (Grey)
Lansky (Grey)
Lansky (Grey)
Lansky (Grey)
$189 USD
Reg $289
Exsequi | Lansky [Grey]
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Inspired to reinvent The Executors family from Fluevog past, John created The Lansky for Gentlemen, using classic patterns that highlight the shape of the refined last built upon a leather sole. The Lansky features Spanish patent leathers that glow with a metallic sheen, and promises to dazzle all of your clients, including the Sicilian ones.

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From the fit experts:

Chad from our Vancouver (Gastown) store says:
The Lansky fits true to size for most people. It could be a little narrow for some.

Own this Fluevog? Write a Review-vog!   4 reviews so far... write yours!

Posted by Robert Catto from Sydney, Australia:
Straight to the pool room

I found these at the Distillery District store in Toronto the night before a wedding (at which I was planning to wear a grey suit), and had to have them. Next day, I stood in them for 6h straight - comfortable from start to finish, and got a lot of comments on them too! Sizing note - with these & my Brandenburg Angels, because of the pointy toe, I've gone a size down compared to all my other Fluevogs. I find they fit like a CBC Radio that way - my CBCs are a 12, these are an 11. (When I tried the 12, it was too wide to lace it up tightly.)
Posted by Geoff from Calgary:
Wore these in burgundy to my wedding this summer (with a grey suit) and they were a smash hit. My wife loved them, as did the photographer and many of our guests. They absolutely gleam under direct sunlight. As previously noted, the leather in these is a bit thicker and stiffer than other Vogs, but after breaking them in around the house for a few days before the wedding they were definitely comfortable enough to endure a long day on my feet. Thanks John!
Posted by Erwin Lee from Vancouver:
Versatile Elegance

All those years ago I kicked myself for not getting the Executor Luciano's in blue but now patent Fluevogs are back! The shoe is very classy and feels like a more rounded(less pointy) version of the Luciano's. The stitching detail does not constrict the foot and is a natural stress reliever in the leather. Be warned the first time one wears the shoe out make sure you break in the sole by scrubbing some concrete to create traction. These shoes are slippery without doing so. Also, keep it a short trip because it takes some time for the stiffer leather to adapt to your foot. I would recommend getting a "Topy" (half-sole made of rubber) from your local shoe repair. Its pretty inexpensive. A leather sole will break down quite quickly with rain. Highly recommended for people who love a sturdy shoe with a hard sole.
Posted by Brendan Smith from Boston:
Cool Enough for the Rat Pack!

This gorgeous and highly comfortable dress shoe is just simply so stylish it's almost criminal. The patent leather, which has a lovely pebbled surface, throws the light beautifully. Perfect with a pair of jeans and blazer for a dressed down look; but you can easily dress these up with a suit or tuxedo. I found that these fit very true to size, with my Men's 8 fitting like a glove! As always, the crew at Fluevog Boston were incredibly friendly and helpful. Jessamy, Pete, Rachel, and all the other members of the Boston crew are part of the reason I keep coming back. That, and the fact that NOBODY makes better shoes than John! Thanks for making my 20th pair special! Keep the genius coming! :-D ]:o) :-{
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