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First post. I finally pulled the trigger on a pair of service boots in mocha vintage. They arrived yesterday and my initial inspection left me concerned with the inside upper of the right boot (see pic). They seem dry and "wrinkled" (maybe cracked).

 

I intend to wear these things hard so I'm not as worried about the appearance as much as the quality. I understand imperfections are inherent and to be expected, but I am wondering if this is acceptable out of the box? I am new to this game so any advice is appreciated. Cheers!

 

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First post. I finally pulled the trigger on a pair of service boots in mocha vintage. They arrived yesterday and my initial inspection left me concerned with the inside upper of the right boot (see pic). They seem dry and "wrinkled" (maybe cracked).

I intend to wear these things hard so I'm not as worried about the appearance as much as the quality. I understand imperfections are inherent and to be expected, but I am wondering if this is acceptable out of the box? I am new to this game so any advice is appreciated. Cheers!



I'd shoot an email to info@viberg and ask if that is normal/to be expected with that leather. They generally respond to stuff like that. I bet that's just the leather.
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Originally Posted by abe13 View Post

First post. I finally pulled the trigger on a pair of service boots in mocha vintage. They arrived yesterday and my initial inspection left me concerned with the inside upper of the right boot (see pic). They seem dry and "wrinkled" (maybe cracked).

I intend to wear these things hard so I'm not as worried about the appearance as much as the quality. I understand imperfections are inherent and to be expected, but I am wondering if this is acceptable out of the box? I am new to this game so any advice is appreciated. Cheers!



looks similar to loose cxl. it won't hurt the longevity, but some don't like the aesthetics.
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So, who is ready for the next iteration of these?  I think that I'll do these end of April, beginning of May.  Thoughts?

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

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So, who is ready for the next iteration of these?  I think that I'll do these end of April, beginning of May.  Thoughts?

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

Did you decide on the toe structure?  Im in if there is a partial structure.

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Did you decide on the toe structure?  Im in if there is a partial structure.

I have yet to ask Guy about that.  If he thinks that it would not change the appearance too much, I will take it to a "pay to vote" poll.  

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

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Originally Posted by abe13 View Post

First post. I finally pulled the trigger on a pair of service boots in mocha vintage. They arrived yesterday and my initial inspection left me concerned with the inside upper of the right boot (see pic). They seem dry and "wrinkled" (maybe cracked).

I intend to wear these things hard so I'm not as worried about the appearance as much as the quality. I understand imperfections are inherent and to be expected, but I am wondering if this is acceptable out of the box? I am new to this game so any advice is appreciated. Cheers!



If it is enough to have to ask, then I would say return for another pair, indicating your reason for the return. Who knows, you may need/want them to look pretty at some point in their life.
Then again I'm one of those people that if I find an ugly spot on the wall, every time I look at the wall I will look at the ugly spot first.
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I have yet to ask Guy about that.  If he thinks that it would not change the appearance too much, I will take it to a "pay to vote" poll.  

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

ok cool, thx

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If it is enough to have to ask, then I would say return for another pair, indicating your reason for the return. Who knows, you may need/want them to look pretty at some point in their life.
Then again I'm one of those people that if I find an ugly spot on the wall, every time I look at the wall I will look at the ugly spot first.

On the other hand, for a leather like "vintage mocha", that could actually just a be a feature of the leather.  (full disclosure, I don't know anything about that specific leather.)

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First post. I finally pulled the trigger on a pair of service boots in mocha vintage. They arrived yesterday and my initial inspection left me concerned with the inside upper of the right boot (see pic). They seem dry and "wrinkled" (maybe cracked).



That, my friend, is vintage ballsack leather. The rarest of rarest.

Seriously, looks like a veiny ballsack.
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That, my friend, is vintage ballsack leather. The rarest of rarest.

Seriously, looks like a veiny ballsack.


i'd send it back and wouldn't think twice.

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That, my friend, is vintage ballsack leather. The rarest of rarest.

I'll take nothing less than unicorn ballsack.
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Originally Posted by Understatesman View Post


That, my friend, is vintage ballsack leather. The rarest of rarest.

Seriously, looks like a veiny ballsack.
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I'll take nothing less than unicorn ballsack.

 

ahh so that's where the term "baller boots" comes from :hide:

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