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post #271 of 7427
I am going with a 6.5-7 in various Alden lasts for a snug fit - I got a 7 for both of my Viberg's (mostly because they are quite narrow for my arch)...
post #272 of 7427
Correct. keep it in the marketplace.
post #273 of 7427

Public Service Announcement:  Vibergs (horsehide) for sale on Ebay:

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Viberg-Boots-Brown-Horsehide-US-9-5-10-/251255204666?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item3a7ffa2b3a

 

**Boots have been sold.**


Edited by linafelt - 4/5/13 at 9:50am
post #274 of 7427
^if only they were black...

How much would a pair like that cost if I had them made directly from viberg?
post #275 of 7427
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Originally Posted by gnu View Post

^if only they were black...

How much would a pair like that cost if I had them made directly from viberg?

 

Not sure, since they do not actually offer horsehide as an option.  They did a special make up for the Swiss store VMC in black horsehide, which apparently sold for $1000 US.  See link here for a pair of those reselling for $875:

 

 

http://supertalk.superfuture.com/index.php?/topic/129717-viberg-for-vmc-25th-anniversary-horsehide-1950-service-boots-size-9d/

 

 

Viberg will currently do a custom 1950 Service Boot, same build as the brown ones but on the cheaper cowhide leathers, for between $650 and $700.  But again, the horsehide is always more, and the wait for a custom build is 4 to 5 months.

 

I actually have a pair of the black horsehides which fit me better, and they are indeed a very fine boot.  But honestly, I like these brown ones better. The leather is just so rich and gorgeous, and the Dainite soles very cool.

 

After this, I will post a pic of my black Vibergs, which are NOT for sale..

post #276 of 7427

New black Vibergs, in horsehide.  I love them...

 

 

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post #277 of 7427
Nice boots
post #278 of 7427

I am considering order a pair of Viberg 1950 service boot and I am a standard US 9. can anyone here tell me what size should I choose?

post #279 of 7427
^ If you consistently wear a US size 9, then a size 8 should be good. I'm usually a US size 10, and have 3 pairs of Vibergs in size 9 with the 2030 last. I also have a 9.5 in the 110 last, which fits fuller, but isn't TOO big on me.
post #280 of 7427
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Originally Posted by Brattman View Post

^ If you consistently wear a US size 9, then a size 8 should be good. I'm usually a US size 10, and have 3 pairs of Vibergs in size 9 with the 2030 last. I also have a 9.5 in the 110 last, which fits fuller, but isn't TOO big on me.


thanks man, 1950 service boots is on which last?

post #281 of 7427
BTW, stay tuned. Something awesome coming soon. Just sayin'.
post #282 of 7427
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Originally Posted by whiteheadsimo View Post


thanks man, 1950 service boots is on which last?
You can have any boot put on any of their lasts. Are you ordering from a store, or directly from Viberg? If it's from a shop that carries Viberg, you're limited to whatever last the boots they carry were made with, but if you order directly from Viberg, you can have your boots made custom down to the smallest detail.
post #283 of 7427
I have a bunch of questions:

Which last is the most formal? The 2030?

I checked the Viberg Blog and they mentioned that they are going to begin doing Goodyear welts. I thought that Goodyear welts were the standard. What does Viberg currently use? Has anybody ever gotten a Viberg boot resolved. I always thought that Viberg boots were famous for the guaranty that the company put on them.

I have only one pair of Vibergs and was thinking about maybe getting another. How long do custom boots take? Can somebody with some experience fill be in on how long it will take and what do I have to do to get started?

Also, has anybody ever bought a cordovan boot from them? What's the difference between cordovan and horsehide?

One last question: has anybody ever gotten leather soles shoe from Viberg. I've seen a ton of Dainite, but never a traditional leather sole.

Thanks. Sorry again for all the questions
post #284 of 7427
I'm out of breath reading your post. If I make it up there, I'll see if I can find out for you.
post #285 of 7427
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Originally Posted by augustwest View Post

I have a bunch of questions:

Which last is the most formal? The 2030?

I checked the Viberg Blog and they mentioned that they are going to begin doing Goodyear welts. I thought that Goodyear welts were the standard. What does Viberg currently use? Has anybody ever gotten a Viberg boot resolved. I always thought that Viberg boots were famous for the guaranty that the company put on them.

I have only one pair of Vibergs and was thinking about maybe getting another. How long do custom boots take? Can somebody with some experience fill be in on how long it will take and what do I have to do to get started?

Also, has anybody ever bought a cordovan boot from them? What's the difference between cordovan and horsehide?

One last question: has anybody ever gotten leather soles shoe from Viberg. I've seen a ton of Dainite, but never a traditional leather sole.

Thanks. Sorry again for all the questions

Yes, it is a long post. It is indicative of how lacking Viberg's website is. Most of the info augustwest is seeking should be easy to find on their site, but unfortunately, it isn't. So how about it, Brett?
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