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Originally Posted by crazyguy306 View Post

is size 12 available for the black scotch grain cordovan? thanks

Unfortunately, we only had enough for 16 pairs and a 12 was not included in this round. We will be doing some more cordovan service boots in the future though and there will definitely be some 12s available.
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May I suggest putting up all the shots of the sample sale shoes as a gallery for your new website? I think it would help a lot of us new to the brand to get a sense of what makeups are possible at Viberg and the colors of the leathers.

Unfortunately, this would only confuse matters. The samples we've been selling don't represent the current available materials. In fact a lot of them were leathers that we couldn't get again even if we tried. One of the main issues with the made to order service is we move through leather pretty quickly and are always experimenting and bringing new things in. We'll be updating our site regularly with models, which will give people a better idea of what we're capable of and what is available. The best thing with MTO is to send us an idea of what you're after and we can see what we have on hand or what we can order that would work best. Morgan is handling all of the custom orders now and he's extremely knowledgable and really helpful. You can contact him directly at mto@viberg.com to get the conversation started.
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My 6 month old Viberg Service Boots:

 

 

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Originally Posted by climbinglife View Post

My 6 month old Viberg Service Boots:

 

 

What are the specs for your boot, specifically the last/sole?

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My 6 month old Viberg Service Boots:

 

 

sweet!

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Are there different styles of the Service Boots?  Some boots appear to have a round bulbous toe while others are more long and slender.

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Are there different styles of the Service Boots?  Some boots appear to have a round bulbous toe while others are more long and slender.

There are many different lasts: the 110, 2045 and 2030 will all looks quite different from one another. I believe there is also a 1950's and a 1940's service boot as well.

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That brown harness oxford, I get high just looking at it...
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That brown harness oxford, I get high just looking at it...


Yes, I hear you - I just hate the white soles!

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Yes, I hear you - I just hate the white soles!
I used to think that too, and having gotten the service boot from that sample sale with a leather sole, I'm having second thoughts. I think its just a different look, depending on your style, the white vibram soles may just be the perfect combination.
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Originally Posted by seer View Post

sweet!

 

 

Thanks bro :)

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Originally Posted by mijama View Post

What are the specs for your boot, specifically the last/sole?

 

Sure:

 

1950's Service Boot

Ice Mocha CXL

Dress Toe-Cap

Red liner

Vibram 430 mini lug sole

Up Turned Toe Box - 310 last

Brass Eyelets

post #1047 of 6369
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Originally Posted by asaa1000 View Post


I used to think that too, and having gotten the service boot from that sample sale with a leather sole, I'm having second thoughts. I think its just a different look, depending on your style, the white vibram soles may just be the perfect combination.


I think the white Vibram is better for younger guys. 

post #1048 of 6369

Is size 12 available for the whiskey scotch grain cavalier/brown CXL then? thanks

 

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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

There are many different lasts: the 110, 2045 and 2030 will all looks quite different from one another. I believe there is also a 1950's and a 1940's service boot as well.

what are the characteristics of each last ?
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what are the characteristics of each last ?


They are going to have a page on their new site explaining all this. The page is not up yet though.

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