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post #2461 of 6349
Can I reserve an 8 right now??? I have to have those. I have been wanting a navy shell boot for some time now and that one is near perfect for me. What is the sole?
post #2462 of 6349
Any chance we can get full deets on those boots? Thanks.
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post #2464 of 6349

Jeez a $1000 now?  Going up faster than the stock market!

post #2465 of 6349
Man I so who's they didn't need the whole down on the 10th I don't get my year bonus till the 20th of January
post #2466 of 6349
Quote:
Originally Posted by guyferguson View Post

Here is a shot of our upcoming Service Boot in Navy Shell Cordovan. They will be available for preorder on Viberg.com as of Jan. 10. Price will be around $1000 and there will be 15 pairs total being offered. Estimated ship date is late March.


2030?
post #2467 of 6349
Yes, 2030
post #2468 of 6349
It's on the 2030 last. 10 blind eyelets. Fully lined in English Kip (first time we have offered a fully lined shell boot). Brogue Toe Cap. Dainite Sole. Natural Midsole.

The toe box has a very thin material in it that is a nice midway between our structured and unstructured boots. It will maintain the shape of the last without interrupting any of the natural lines. It's soft enough that you can push it down with your thumb but it will bounce back into place. It's something we are using on most of our boots now unless we want them purposely collapsed.

Payment will be due in full. Basically it will appear as an item on our shop and you will add it to cart and check out just like normal. The only difference is you will be able to choose any size and the boots will not ship immediately. We won't be offering any modifications to the design and unfortunately we will not be reserving any pairs. Official release time will be Noon (pacific) on Friday.
post #2469 of 6349

Hi Guy:

 

I wonder if Viberg will recraft their own boots?  It seems there is no info online.  What will be the price to recraft a 1940 service boot in Dainite  and where should I send it to? 

 

Thanks!

post #2470 of 6349
Thanks for the info guy, boot sounds killer
post #2471 of 6349
Well I will try to buy a pair I decided but with 15 only pairs I can only imagine how difficult it will be to get it done. To swing and take a chance had to cancel another order so fingers crossed
post #2472 of 6349
Quote:
Originally Posted by guyferguson View Post

It's on the 2030 last. 10 blind eyelets. Fully lined in English Kip (first time we have offered a fully lined shell boot). Brogue Toe Cap. Dainite Sole. Natural Midsole.

The toe box has a very thin material in it that is a nice midway between our structured and unstructured boots. It will maintain the shape of the last without interrupting any of the natural lines. It's soft enough that you can push it down with your thumb but it will bounce back into place. It's something we are using on most of our boots now unless we want them purposely collapsed.

Payment will be due in full. Basically it will appear as an item on our shop and you will add it to cart and check out just like normal. The only difference is you will be able to choose any size and the boots will not ship immediately. We won't be offering any modifications to the design and unfortunately we will not be reserving any pairs. Official release time will be Noon (pacific) on Friday.

Will you offer half sizes?
post #2473 of 6349
Here's a shot of my hikers from a hike I went on earlier today. I've had them since April, taken them on a good number of excursions, and they're holding up well.



Details (Click to show)
  • Chocolate bull hide
  • Tan deer skin lining, no Thinsulate lining
  • Gunmetal hardware
  • Unstructured toe box
  • 2030 Last
  • Vibram Sierra Sole
post #2474 of 6349
Those hikers are great looking!
post #2475 of 6349
Quote:
Originally Posted by Michael Haines View Post

Well I will try to buy a pair I decided but with 15 only pairs I can only imagine how difficult it will be to get it done. To swing and take a chance had to cancel another order so fingers crossed

At $1,000 you will be able to get a pair. They won't last super long but I don't foresee it being impossible. Perhaps I am wrong but that is a fair amount of money. The black cordovan scotch grains were around
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