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post #2806 of 6458
What the what???!!!! Must kop of the decade!

Edit: ok maybe I got a bit excited, but that's still a fuggin steal; I'm jealous, bro biggrin.gif
Edited by b-ewing - 1/23/14 at 9:51pm
post #2807 of 6458
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Originally Posted by unipair guy View Post
 

Guy,  do you know what country derby boots will be coming out soon?  I am dying to get a pair of those. 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Michael Haines View Post

Sorta like the MTO we are doing with the waxed flash


Hoping to get that model in regular calf and leather soles.  Burgundy would be great in my opinion.

post #2808 of 6458
No Vibergs in my closet. Yet...
post #2809 of 6458
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Originally Posted by BootSpell View Post

No Vibergs in my closet. Yet...


So which ones did you order?

post #2810 of 6458
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Originally Posted by poly800rock View Post

picked these bad boys up today while at the freeman sporting goods sample sale. Was walking out and noticed these in my size. sale price was $250 plus and extra 40% off. Been limiting my spending and just refub my old boots, but these were a must cop at $150 out the door.



I'm so gutted I missed those when I was there - please tell me those weren't an 8?
post #2811 of 6458
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Originally Posted by poly800rock View Post

picked these bad boys up today while at the freeman sporting goods sample sale. Was walking out and noticed these in my size. sale price was $250 plus and extra 40% off. Been limiting my spending and just refub my old boots, but these were a must cop at $150 out the door.


They are very nice and an excellent price you bought them for, I am wearing my Viberg today , pictuers later.
post #2812 of 6458
These are my first pair of Viberg boots,
The boots are very well made they are really comfortable and light, I can hardly feel they are on my feet. They make for one of the most comfortable boots I have.. They’re very light and easy to walk in. The grip on the sole is very good without having to worry about falling or slipping. These are dear for what they are but they’re worth it as they’re one of the most comfortable boots I have. I bought a size UK 8.5 which is a touch loose I had no choice as the gentlemen who sold them to me had bought them for himself, I will wait a while before I decide if I need to use an insole. The colour is dark brown the shade on the picture is not exact.
Time will tell how they hold out but for now I am happy.

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post #2813 of 6458
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Originally Posted by poly800rock View Post

picked these bad boys up today while at the freeman sporting goods sample sale. Was walking out and noticed these in my size. sale price was $250 plus and extra 40% off. Been limiting my spending and just refub my old boots, but these were a must cop at $150 out the door.
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WOW! Awesome score. Congrats!
post #2814 of 6458
Good Friday Morning

Viberg x 3Sixteen.

Showing some nice shades of brown and olive after a mile walk in 9degrees F this morning.


post #2815 of 6458
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Good Friday Morning

Viberg x 3Sixteen.

Showing some nice shades of brown and olive after a mile walk in 9degrees F this morning.

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That's some great color Saz

post #2816 of 6458
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Originally Posted by BootSpell View Post

No Vibergs in my closet. Yet...

So which ones did you order?

Sorry man, wasn't clear. I haven't ordered yet. Still trying to decide what I want. Definitely a boondocker or service boot but need to decide on what last I like, structured toe or not, leather, etc. then of course it's where do I get it.
post #2817 of 6458
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Originally Posted by zazaza View Post

145 oxford in Gray roughout via superdenim.

The comfort level on these is retarded.

ACK! So you bought the shoes I've been eyeing for the past year. haha. (I hesitated because I didn't want to pay the ridiculous import duties and carrier fees, regardless of the sale. Ohhhhhhhh, well. :) )

post #2818 of 6458
Question for those that have gone for an unstructured toe. I like the look but am worried that the lack (or perceived lack) of room in the toe box might bother me. I've typically liked a roomy toe box so don't know if I'd like feeling the leather pressing on the top of my toes.

Any feedback on this?
post #2819 of 6458
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Originally Posted by BootSpell View Post


Sorry man, wasn't clear. I haven't ordered yet. Still trying to decide what I want. Definitely a boondocker or service boot but need to decide on what last I like, structured toe or not, leather, etc. then of course it's where do I get it.


Have you also considered the leather choices?

 

Chromexcel, Horse Hide, or Cordovan? Of course there are others.

post #2820 of 6458
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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

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Originally Posted by BootSpell View Post

Sorry man, wasn't clear. I haven't ordered yet. Still trying to decide what I want. Definitely a boondocker or service boot but need to decide on what last I like, structured toe or not, leather, etc. then of course it's where do I get it.


Have you also considered the leather choices?

Chromexcel, Horse Hide, or Cordovan? Of course there are others.

The waxed flesh looks appealing as I don't have anything in that. I like the roughout but I already have the OSB roughout Trenches. Horsehide is an option. I'm just afraid that one Viberg pair might not be enough and my boot budget is busted already.
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