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post #16 of 38
nice....any chance of a brown in the future?
post #17 of 38
Can I assume these aren't being made in US 13EE?
post #18 of 38
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Originally Posted by mikey34 View Post
nice....any chance of a brown in the future?

It would probably not happen for a while, but i think it would be great to offer another option eventually.

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Originally Posted by milosz View Post
Can I assume these aren't being made in US 13EE?

I don't think custom widths are possible, but i believe we can go up to a 13 or 14. Shoot me an email and i'll get back to you on Monday.
post #19 of 38
Thing of beauty.
Gotta make it out to the shop/island, next time I'm in Vancouver.
post #20 of 38
Beautiful boots. I may be interested.

I couldn't find any information on sizing for Viberg. Do you have any general fit guidelines? Are these "true to size" (whatever that means), and can you relate the fit to that of other brands, e.g. Alden or AE?
post #21 of 38
Beautiful!
post #22 of 38
Thread Starter 
Hey everyone,

The boots are now for sale. As far as sizing advice goes, they are pretty typical of boots. I'd recommend a half to whole size down from what you usually wear. For reference i'm wearing a 10.5 in them right now, and i wear a 10.5 in Chucks and Desert Boots, a 44 in Common Projects, an 11.5 in most Nikes or Vans, a 10.5 in Red Wing Moc Toes, and an 11 in most dress shoes. I could get into a 10 in these Vibergs, but i just didn't envision them stretching enough to be comfortable. After about a week of wear i definitely think i made the right choice. If anyone has any other questions though, feel free to post them here.
post #23 of 38
amazing.

how will they fare in canadian winters?
post #24 of 38
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Originally Posted by siglo vi View Post
amazing.

how will they fare in canadian winters?

Thanks! Victoria has relatively mild weather compared to most of Canada, but i'll definitely be wearing mine all through Winter. If you wanted to be extra careful you could use a bit of silicone spray and some Snoseal on the seams. They should be able to handle just about any weather though. The worst thing i could think of happening would be some staining from salted streets, but even that would come right off with a suede brush or sandpaper.
post #25 of 38
Not feeling the dual colors sole.
post #26 of 38
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Not feeling the dual colors sole.

I like it...
post #27 of 38
These sort of made me wish I really needed a black boot. Alas, the W+H Service boots are too similar to these to justify. Swanky beards for the feet, regardless.
post #28 of 38
the wings and horns boots and these are VAGUELY similar in that they are the same type of boot. every other detail is different
post #29 of 38
They're similar enough for someone like me, who has enough gaps in his wardrobe to be unable to justify owning two black leather boots with a similar shape, heights and general look.
post #30 of 38
anybody buy these and have real world fit pics of them? Seem like cool boots and would like to see more then the stock photos if anyone has a pair.
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