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No. I mean the sizes they stocked. Strange that they did 6.5 but not 7.5 or 10.5. 
Let's just hope they're the same between each boot in a pair. 
I don't know—the Japanese have stayed interested in high-quality denim for a while, and reproduction American workwear in general. I don't know that you can find higher-quality production garments in that style made anywhere else on the planet. If their interest in that can stick, and they can maintain such a high level of quality, I think so can their interest in making quality shoes. 
What's with the sizing that SuperDenim has for their new boots (http://www.superdenim.com/viberg-denim.asp)? 6.5, 7, 8, 8.5, 9,9.5, 10, 11 on everything. 
The differences between the boondocker and the service boot are listed below. Plain-toed and leather-soled service boots aren't necessarily boondockers. 
I've found that the 2030 with hiking socks fits similarly to the Barrie in dress socks in the same size. The 2030 most certainly feels like a wider last, though this could be due to the instep of the 2030.
Thanks for the invite, but I'll probably abstain from this one. Glad to see everything is resolved, though, and that this thread will see a permanent change. 
I think that depends on what you mean by mild. If you're mostly walking from a parking lot to wherever you need to go, you'll likely be fine, if there's just a small amount of snow on the ground. If you're walking quite a bit, look into putting a Topy sole over your leather sole, and that should help stave off damage to your leather sole.
I wouldn't replace the sole on your boots until it's worn out. Each time you replace the sole on a Goodyear-welted boot, you shorten its life. A commando sole will do better in snow, for sure, but ice is ice, and there's not a whole lot you can do about that, unless you want caulked boots:
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