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Thanks, fellas. Natty Waxed Flesh. The 1035 doesn't fit me well but I can give them another shot.

 

7.5?  Not like I need another waxed flesh boot though :rotflmao:

post #17492 of 19319
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7.5?  Not like I need another waxed flesh boot though rotflmao.gif


ditto
post #17493 of 19319
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Old run from Inventory.  Another shot here - http://vibergboot.tumblr.com/post/63389564358/viberg-for-inventory-black-multi-tone-145-oxford.

This was on the 110.  When I saw these, I ordered a very similar MTO on the 110 with a structured toe.   I still wear them regularly and love them.   I really miss the old 145 oxford on the 110 last.  That was an excellent makeup

post #17494 of 19319
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7.5?  Not like I need another waxed flesh boot though rotflmao.gif
Haha. Yup, 7.5
post #17495 of 19319
3sixteen restock on mini ripple though now aged bark not natural cxl..so not a restock 🤔

https://www.instagram.com/p/BIGQquyDEcR/
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The aged bark looks good. These are unstructured toe, correct?
post #17497 of 19319
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The aged bark looks good. These are unstructured toe, correct?

 



Yup unstructured. Wish mine were aged bark, but that's what I get for being an early adopter. The original prototype was done on copper task rough out, but they ran out of that for the production run.
post #17498 of 19319
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Originally Posted by DuckOB View Post

The aged bark looks good. These are unstructured toe, correct?

 



Yup unstructured. Wish mine were aged bark, but that's what I get for being an early adopter. The original prototype was done on copper task rough out, but they ran out of that for the production run.
Thanks for confirming I am a big fan of the Cxl as well Navy rough out would look nice 👍
post #17499 of 19319
Man, those aged bark RO mini ripples look great. Agree, does not pay to be an early adapter.
post #17500 of 19319
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Anyone else have trouble returning boots to .com? I just had a pair returned to me by USPS by way of Canada Post for the second time. First time Viberg rejected the package due to brokerage fees (I clearly marked to the package as a return). Not sure about the second time but I'm out $120. Thinking I should just sell and take the further loss.

PS: I've successfully sent back two pairs before without difficulty.


Could it have to do with Canada Post's workers strike?

post #17501 of 19319
There is no strike, post workers still working
post #17502 of 19319

The 3Sixteen boots look nice (as usual), but they're only stocking up to a 12, and I'm a 13 in Vibergs.

post #17503 of 19319
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The 3Sixteen boots look nice (as usual), but they're only stocking up to a 12, and I'm a 13 in Vibergs.


So does Brooklyn Calgary's.

 

Those aged bark 2030 stitch downs look pretty pretty good. I've been avoiding the 2030's....

 

I've got 6 pairs of Vibergs yet no 2030's.

 

Ebony Latigo, Brown Oil Tan, Brown Waxed Flesh and Brown CXL Chukka 110's.

 

Is the Aged Bark 2030's a radically different leather/color/bootsy?


Edited by metranger8694 - 7/20/16 at 9:51pm
post #17504 of 19319

Any idea on how to soften the back part of my Vibergs. Got a new pair and they bite the back of my ankle like hell. Haven't come across a boot that has such a strong back stiffner! Thanks for your help.

post #17505 of 19319
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Originally Posted by lifeinabox View Post

Anyone else have trouble returning boots to .com? I just had a pair returned to me by USPS by way of Canada Post for the second time. First time Viberg rejected the package due to brokerage fees (I clearly marked to the package as a return). Not sure about the second time but I'm out $120. Thinking I should just sell and take the further loss.

PS: I've successfully sent back two pairs before without difficulty.

 

My experiences with USPS have generally been terrible...with the exception of the time I returned a pair of boots to Viberg...

I was so unfamiliar with the customs process I called USPS and some person walked me through the forms etc to make sure I didn't get hit with customs fees.

 

How did it amount to $120? Did you have to pay the fees yourself to even get the boots back? I think my shipping was around $20 to send them back.

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