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Originally Posted by Aviv View Post

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

`It would be the softer pingpong structure, which affects the shape and rigidity considerably less.  Up to you guys, of course.

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Very cool that you put this together. Thank you.
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tend to vote but first want to make sure what size for 2005 if I'm a 10 in 2030, 9.5 in 2045 & 110
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Structured toe is the only way to go!

Can someone who already owns one of these boots tell me the circumference of the shaft once it's fully tightened? I have very skinny legs and want to make sure there won't be a huge gap between my calves and the boots.
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Originally Posted by DrapeauNoir View Post

Structured toe is the only way to go!

Can someone who already owns one of these boots tell me the circumference of the shaft once it's fully tightened? I have very skinny legs and want to make sure there won't be a huge gap between my calves and the boots.


This is the very reason why Viberg engineers don't work for me. There is always a huge gap. Twig legs like us need cowboy boots or Cuban style shit to look good...

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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
 
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Originally Posted by Aviv View Post

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

`It would be the softer pingpong structure, which affects the shape and rigidity considerably less.  Up to you guys, of course.

Voted! ping pong....I did not realize this was chamois leather...cool...for some reason I thought it was aged bark...I bet this boot would look really awesome in this color as reverse chamoise.

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Originally Posted by Kahuna75 View Post
 

Voted! ping pong....I did not realize this was chamois leather...cool...for some reason I thought it was aged bark...I bet this boot would look really awesome in this color as reverse chamoise.

Yeah, I'd totally drawn a blank on that.  The aged bark we used for a chukka - also an amazing leather, but I think that the chamois is more in keeping with the spirit of Easy Rider.

 

I like the grain side for the chamois because the nubuck finish is really the cool thing about this leather.  There are other options for roughout.

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

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@LA Guy is there a cap leather-wise on how many pairs we can make?

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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post
 

@LA Guy is there a cap leather-wise on how many pairs we can make?

Not as of now, no.  But in case there is, those who have voted now AND preorder earliest will be given first priority, followed by everyone else.

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Originally Posted by Kahuna75 View Post
 

Voted! ping pong....I did not realize this was chamois leather...cool...for some reason I thought it was aged bark...I bet this boot would look really awesome in this color as reverse chamoise.

Yeah, I'd totally drawn a blank on that.  The aged bark we used for a chukka - also an amazing leather, but I think that the chamois is more in keeping with the spirit of Easy Rider.

 

I like the grain side for the chamois because the nubuck finish is really the cool thing about this leather.  There are other options for roughout.

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

 Agree chamois is terrific for this boot- I have a boot in that and a reverse chamoise love them both...

post #16811 of 19291
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Originally Posted by Kahuna75 View Post
 

 Agree chamois is terrific for this boot- I have a boot in that and a reverse chamoise love them both...

In photos it looks incredibly similar to aged bark

post #16812 of 19291
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Originally Posted by Kahuna75 View Post
 

 Agree chamois is terrific for this boot- I have a boot in that and a reverse chamoise love them both...

Agreed.

 

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Originally Posted by NYDRH View Post
 

In photos it looks incredibly similar to aged bark

It has no red tones in in, whereas the aged bark has quite a bit.

post #16813 of 19291
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
 

Agreed.

 

It has no red tones in in, whereas the aged bark has quite a bit.

cool, thx. 

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Originally Posted by dekalog View Post

tend to vote but first want to make sure what size for 2005 if I'm a 10 in 2030, 9.5 in 2045 & 110

 

Within the same size, the 2005 felt shorter than the 2030.  1/2 down from brannock seemed to be good for the 2005.

post #16815 of 19291
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Originally Posted by dekalog View Post

tend to vote but first want to make sure what size for 2005 if I'm a 10 in 2030, 9.5 in 2045 & 110

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Originally Posted by Engineer05 View Post

Within the same size, the 2005 felt shorter than the 2030.  1/2 down from brannock seemed to be good for the 2005.
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IMO, sizing depends on what width u take.

@dekalog, seems you're on the wide side of E, since you're able to downsize from 2030 ... Therefore, u should take same size as your 2030.

2030 is too narrow for me. As from 1035 & 110, I sized up 1/2 for the Hopper.
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