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Originally Posted by sazon View Post

A - Why are you considering not keeping?

I spoke too soon - I do have a gap in my boot rotation (non cordovan brown tone). Let's see how they look when I get them. I need some variety in my shoe life anyway.
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I might try going down a size. I have a bunch of different sizes for different shoes.

 

You might want to try Alden trees, since Alden also has such a low profile.

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alden trees are just stock woodlore trees
post #2104 of 6458
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Originally Posted by Alcibiades View Post

I have the olive 3sixteen Vibergs coming. 33% chance I will keep them, so look out for a pair in the marketplace

Let us know how it fits compared to your Aldens as I more of a E width like you as well
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Let us know how it fits compared to your Aldens as I more of a E width like you as well

My Vibergs have "left Canada" according to CanadaPost. Hopefully they get here Friday or Saturday.

I went with size 9.5; I wear 9.5E in Barrie. I think that should work. I go with size 10 in most shoes/boots that don't have wide sizes (C&J, Marlow, etc)...
post #2106 of 6458
Last time my Vibergs were shipped from canada it took a full 7 days. With thanksgiving next week I am expecting this round next fri or sat.
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Got these 3Sixteen/Viberg collab boots yesterday. I was on the fence about the partially structured toe, but I had to nab them to make sure. 

 

Yup, they're awesome. Blacked-out is the way to go. The raw edges of the regular black CXL boots didn't do it for me.

 

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I just received my Viberg service boots in Black shell cordovan.

Great looking boot imo.

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^^ Whoa, looks the boot fairy has been spreading some love around..  More pics of both of these please.  And comparison with sizing, fit, and feel to other boots you've worn...?

 

Thanks!

post #2110 of 6458
I can't decided if an 11 2030 is too narrow for me. comparative sizing: 11E Barrie, Trubalance.
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i'm US 8E on Indy = UK 8 on 2005 last.
IMO, you need a 2040.
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Originally Posted by scb View Post

I can't decided if an 11 2030 is too narrow for me. comparative sizing: 11E Barrie, Trubalance.

It may be. I found the 2030 to be very similar to a barrie D. I also found a trubalance E width very similar to the110 last.
post #2113 of 6458
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It may be. I found the 2030 to be very similar to a barrie D. I also found a trubalance E width very similar to the110 last.


Agreed---2030 is very slightly wider than the same size Barrie in D, and wider in the heel, I'd say.

post #2114 of 6458
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Agreed---2030 is very slightly wider than the same size Barrie in D, and wider in the heel, I'd say.

I agree completely on the heel width being slightly wider than the Barrie. I find the 2030 to sit between the Barrie and Trubalance in terms of width. I find it more narrow than the Turbalance but slightly wider than the Barrie.

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Just wanted you guys to know that this poll is ending this Sunday.  We will most likely go forward with The Tan Bison Scout boot on the 110 last, Loden Green Serivce boots with a brogued captoe on the 2030 last, and just four pairs (that's all the leather available) of heather grey roughout chukkas on the 110 last.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/369843/viberg-for-styleforummarket-mto-round-2-poll/0_50

 

Hope you guys see something there that you'd like.  The descriptions are all there.

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

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