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post #15601 of 19320
Opinions on the generic brown cxl on 2030 with no toe cap, from Notre as an entry level viberg boot??

I am in Australia, Notre has free shipping, and currently have a 10% discount on offer!
post #15602 of 19320
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Originally Posted by totalair1 View Post

So what the opinion on this make up from Notre? It's on the 2045 last like the Context horse butt

Viberg x Notre Coffee Pack - Service Boot in Icy Mocha CXL

Looking for feedback

Steve

Have them. Love them. Leather is thick, buttery and rich. Great color. Last is a great shape- more of a traditional work boot. Pictures posted a ways back:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/224463/viberg-boots/14910#post_8253328

Yes that 2045 makeup is killer....I actually decided the other day when wearing them that I probably will not seek out a 310 build...the heft of the front of the 2045 is enough for me. I was scouring the world wide internets for 310 builds and think it would be a bit too much spring and big front... 2045 looks beefy without going to far..especially in bigger sizes.

post #15603 of 19320
Have the Hoppers actually shipped? I haven't received them or an email saying they are on their way.
post #15604 of 19320
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Originally Posted by oynag View Post


Have them. Love them. Leather is thick, buttery and rich. Great color. Last is a great shape- more of a traditional work boot. Pictures posted a ways back:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/224463/viberg-boots/14910#post_8253328

 

 

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It's too bad because those of us who missed out on the Context butts will never get to experience the pure horsebutt love.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Kahuna75 View Post
 

Yes that 2045 makeup is killer....I actually decided the other day when wearing them that I probably will not seek out a 310 build...the heft of the front of the 2045 is enough for me. I was scouring the world wide internets for 310 builds and think it would be a bit too much spring and big front... 2045 looks beefy without going to far..especially in bigger sizes.


Thanks for the feedback.  I was thinking the same thing about them and y'all enabled me!

 

Steve

post #15605 of 19320
@Kahuna75 I just received the IHVB-04 B-O-T which is a past collaboration Viberg did with Iron Heart. They are on the 310.
I love em and hate em. I love them because, for lack of a better word, they're so easy. I hate them because they are going to make it hard to wear any other boots.
I can't be sure if it is just the last, or the whole make up, but my feet really like them. The sprung toe feels very natural. They are also a six eyelet build, and I only use five, so the pressure on my foot is in different spots.
I wasn't even actively searching for them, they sorta fell into my lap.
post #15606 of 19320
I noticed after a bit of wear the stitching on the upper of one of my natural CXL service boots came out in one spot. I sent this picture to Drew at Viberg and he basically said what I expected: nothing to really worry about as long as I don't go yanking at it. They'll touch it up whenever I send them in for a re-sole.

My intent here is not to go into a debate about quality control issues. I have a purely technical question: has anyone else experienced this and just worn the boots anyways? I'm a bit nervous that by wearing them hard (as I do all my boots) I'll exacerbate the problem. On the other hand, it's just one stitch so I can't really imagine the uppers coming apart. Obviously if that's the case I'll just get them repaired. Anyways, I'm always glad to hear what others have gone through in this case.



Edited by Aviv - 2/12/16 at 9:40am
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I noticed after a bit of wear the stitching on the upper of one of my natural CXL service boots came out in one spot. I sent this picture to Drew at Viberg and he basically said what I expected: nothing to really worry about as long as I don't go yanking at it. They'll touch it up whenever I send them in for a re-sole.

My intent here is not to go into a debate about quality control issues. I have a purely technical question: has anyone else experienced this and just worn the boots anyways? I'm a bit nervous that by wearing them hard (as I do all my boots) I'll exacerbate the problem. On the other hand, it's just one stitch so I can't really imagine the uppers coming apart. Obviously if that's the case I'll just get them repaired. Anyways, I'm always glad to hear what others have gone through in this case.



had this issue with several of my boots from all makes. never got worse for me, but I have seen others posting where the stitching started to become undone down the panel. I would just wear them and forget about it.
post #15608 of 19320
That's helpful, thanks. I don't think this is an extreme case so I'll just keep on keeping on in the meantime.
post #15609 of 19320
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Originally Posted by Aviv View Post

I noticed after a bit of wear the stitching on the upper of one of my natural CXL service boots came out in one spot. I sent this picture to Drew at Viberg and he basically said what I expected: nothing to really worry about as long as I don't go yanking at it. They'll touch it up whenever I send them in for a re-sole.

My intent here is not to go into a debate about quality control issues. I have a purely technical question: has anyone else experienced this and just worn the boots anyways? I'm a bit nervous that by wearing them hard (as I do all my boots) I'll exacerbate the problem. On the other hand, it's just one stitch so I can't really imagine the uppers coming apart. Obviously if that's the case I'll just get them repaired. Anyways, I'm always glad to hear what others have gone through in this case.

 

I think I have this on many many pairs across at least 3 makers

post #15610 of 19320
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Originally Posted by snapehead View Post

Opinions on the generic brown cxl on 2030 with no toe cap, from Notre as an entry level viberg boot??

I am in Australia, Notre has free shipping, and currently have a 10% discount on offer!

It's a solid makeup. Two questions:
  1. Have you worn the 2030 last before?
  2. Have you researched the tendencies in severe creasing and break with CXL? If you can get Aged Bark, Waxed Flesh, or Bison, I'd pick those.

After having several CXL 2030 boots, I'm working on unloading a lot of I have and will probably not get any more.
post #15611 of 19320
size 11 - 12 of natural chromepak just gone in less than 10 mins
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Prob. only made a few of them.

The color is interesting, a little... yellow? Maybe it's the pic they uploaded.
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Originally Posted by dekalog View Post

size 11 - 12 of natural chromepak just gone in less than 10 mins

Sorry, I got an 11 smile.gif
post #15614 of 19320
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Originally Posted by ErichM View Post

Any speculation if this is in place of the igram 10bb chromepak, or is that one still in the works?


 according to to photo image looking like the same boot.

post #15615 of 19320
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Originally Posted by ShootThePier View Post

@Kahuna75 I just received the IHVB-04 B-O-T which is a past collaboration Viberg did with Iron Heart. They are on the 310.
I love em and hate em. I love them because, for lack of a better word, they're so easy. I hate them because they are going to make it hard to wear any other boots.
I can't be sure if it is just the last, or the whole make up, but my feet really like them. The sprung toe feels very natural. They are also a six eyelet build, and I only use five, so the pressure on my foot is in different spots.
I wasn't even actively searching for them, they sorta fell into my lap.

 

....I was feeling pretty good about my no need for a 310....not feeling so good anymore..LOL - Sounds like a great pair, I am sure I would cave for a great makeup..

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