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Waxed flesh at 6 months
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Originally Posted by Hill View Post

Waxed flesh at 6 months

Awesome.

 

My other Vibergs are becoming orphans as I almost always wear this pair.

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If there's anyone interested in an alternative soled boondocker, there's a size 10 unworn stitchdown, 2045 last with leather sole on the bay.
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Cleaned and conditioned Context HorseButt after a few wears, and some weather.


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Originally Posted by metranger8694 View Post

Awesome.

My other Vibergs are becoming orphans as I almost always wear this pair.

Same here, especially if it rains. Only wish I could wear them a little harder but I'm not much of an outdoors person. Walking to and from the subway is about as much action as they see, but I'm really liking this leather.
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Cleaned and conditioned Context HorseButt after a few wears, and some weather.

These look amazing. Thanks for posting these photos.
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might as well add my context boots too - less the shine:



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Custom horsebutt engineers, from Viberg's Instagram.

 

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Custom horsebutt engineers, from Viberg's Instagram.



Are these a new release, or just a one off for someone? They leather looks very interesting.
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Speaking of Engineer Boots. it's time to vote on the HoF remake of the unforgettable Hopper Boot (partially structured or unstructured toe):

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/522310/viberg-for-styleforum-hof-gmto-the-hopper-boot-put-your-money-where-your-mouth-is-vote/0_50

 

 

 

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Structured toe will ruin that boot. Don't be fools.
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Just partially so.
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Structured toe will ruin that boot. Don't be fools.

I have looked at well worn boots with unstructured toe and not a fan at all...ideally if you can retain the shape of the original hopper then that's perfect...otherwise I would take a shot with the partial that raises the toe some. My old biker boots had a big ole structured toe and I loved them
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I have looked at well worn boots with unstructured toe and not a fan at all...ideally if you can retain the shape of the original hopper the that's ideal...otherwise

I agree, I dont like the collapsed toe for aesthetic and more importantly for comfort purposes

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Either way it is very cool to get another go around of these...no if we can just get that horse but....lol
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