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post #3631 of 7495

Ryden  I had the same feeling when I dragged my feet on the waxed flesh.  I am hoping an 8.5 in the waxed flesh comes available to buy.  Can't wait to see all the Lodens and waxed flesh getting some wear.   Kinda like Christmas around here   :)

post #3632 of 7495
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The main difference is that that pair has a constructed toe.

Great point, thanks. I am so psyched for the kudu boot. I hope we get enough people to get it off the ground

post #3633 of 7495
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Viberg Service Boot - Whiskey Shell Cordovan 2045 Last



There's a shortage of shell that color and these get made? They do make a statement.
post #3634 of 7495
Definitely not my style, but they are interesting, which counts for a lot in my book.
post #3635 of 7495
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Ryden  I had the same feeling when I dragged my feet on the waxed flesh.  I am hoping an 8.5 in the waxed flesh comes available to buy.  Can't wait to see all the Lodens and waxed flesh getting some wear.   Kinda like Christmas around here   smile.gif

There will be no person in those boots, since they've been paid for in full. If there is ever a and overstock pair they will be in size 9.5, since that's my size.
post #3636 of 7495
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There will be no person in those boots, since they've been paid for in full. If there is ever a and overstock pair they will be in size 9.5, since that's my size.

Are you serious? I will snap it in a second if that 9.5 overstock exists, haha

post #3637 of 7495
Damn loden looks incredible
post #3638 of 7495
loden looks so damn nice. great make-up gentlemen. Congrats!
post #3639 of 7495
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Am I only one who is not into that shiny glare look on workboots? 

 

You are certainly not!  I really find work boot last should look a bit... well... like work boots lol

post #3640 of 7495
^also agree, re: mirror-shined work boots.



congrats guys on the loden green.
'thought i'd share some pix .... @6mos of light wear





post #3641 of 7495
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they look a bit clownish tbh

Honestly I think it is the angle and the rolled up pants that give this effect. The 2045 with constructed toe looks great in person, as other pics also show. I imagine that these too kill in real life. Though I agree that they will look even better with more wear and less shine.
post #3642 of 7495
I think it's the wide angle lens,these whisky cordovans are a sz 8?maybe 8.5?…i tried photoing a pair of bobcats in size 15 at that angle and they make these look like a sz 2.
Did someone mention a group order of #66 hikers in that marvellous Loden green with fire n ice sole?shog[1].gif
Edited by Bootcan - 3/15/14 at 6:58am
post #3643 of 7495
^agree partly, it's the angle & high cuffs.
the constructed + [prominent] toe caps tipped the balance ... seemed to dominate/cover more than half of the vamp area w/c visually added volume up front.

NO CAPs shouldve been quite alright, IMO ... constructed or not.
post #3644 of 7495
Actually these just scream Viberg!!!!!..No one will ever ask"are those Vibergs".They in your face Vibergs! They're pretty awesome.
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I do not walk around with my Dr. Seuss socks exposed as the picture suggest, the socks may give the appearance of the clownish look.

Pleased with the overall look and construction of the whiskey service boots.

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