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 Mine are 25mm, just under an inch (Dainite).
 Fok shipped these boots from Moscow, ID so I didn't have to go through that for these.  But on the boots I ordered directly from Viberg, they lingered with that status for three days.  So I'd guess that they'll be released today or tomorrow. And yes, the wax flesh boots come with both leather and waxed cotton laces. Edit: Fok beat me to it.
Yeah, for sure, these 2045 wax flesh boots are the meanest bear-stomping boots I own. I agree that my two new Vibergs will surely take more time to break in than the other brands I have.
 You go, MH!!
 rydenfan, given these are my first two pairs of Vibergs, and that I've only had them for a few days, it might be premature for me to indicate a preference, but I will anyway.  As far as fit, I think I prefer the 2030.  But that may just be that the 2045 waxed flesh boots need more time to break in.  But I love both of them.
 Wow, pretty incredible and great score.  You have quite a unique pair of boots there! 
The Colour 8 CXL Service Boots I ordered arrived today.  So soon after receiving the waxed flesh boots.  Wish I could have spaced the arrival further apart.       
 I don't think I personally want to treat these waxed flesh boots with anything.  Reno or any other kind of cream is going to "undo" any distressing that occurs to the boots.  It's almost like reapplying the wax to the flesh/suede side of the leather, making it smooth and kind of like waxed again.  But maybe that's your intention?
 I am very pleased with the fit.  I have narrow heels so most boots' heels are a bit wide for me.  That's why I stay away from the Alden Trubalance last.  For some reason, the Barrie doesn't seem too bad although it's supposed to have a wide heel as well.  The 2045 last is quite agreeable for my feet.  The leather is very thick and quite stiff but the boots are by no means uncomfortable out of the box.  I just think they'll take 10-15 wears to get softer and mold to the...
I'm definitely breaking the "rules" on these as it's the 2nd day in a row I'm wearing them. As Fok said, they're work boots so I don't plan on taking care of them as I do all my other boots.  I'm still undecided on whether to use trees in them or nor.  Might do so only occasionally.  And since they're waxed flesh, I will probably just use light brushing on them, as I don't want to create any false aging on them by brushing the wax off the flesh.   Curious how others will...
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