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Alden Black Cordovan CapToe Navy Boots

Viberg X Haven Black Rough Out

Viberg Boondocker Rough Out CXL

Viberg Colour 8 CXL Service Boot

Thanks Guys! Manage to post pics already. Just FYI, Boondocker, Colour 8 CXL, Black Rough Out all in Viberg Size 7 and Alden in size 7.5 fitting slightly tight compare to my Red Wing 1907 size US8. A lot of breaking in to do.

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One more shot of mine and I'm cutting myself off.  Not usually

a big picture poster, I suppose these things have me a bit giddy.

 

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Go ahead, indulge.

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Originally Posted by guyferguson View Post

The Derby Shoe will be in production by February. We've already got a couple versions planned for viberg.com.

It would be great if this were actually available sometime soon.
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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

All I can say, is after my third day of breaking these bad boys in (Brown Chromexcel Service Boots) I like them even more than I did the first day I got them. Man these are some great looking, hard wearing, well crafted Boots.

Without denying that you've no doubt got some great boots there, I would say that it'll be a few years before you can really judge them to be "hard wearing."
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Originally Posted by linafelt View Post


Without denying that you've no doubt got some great boots there, I would say that it'll be a few years before you can really judge them to be "hard wearing."

Ok, but.based on what I've seen so far I don't see any reason why they wouldn't be. Here's hoping a thread doesn't fallout and these boots don't fall apart prematurely. LOL
 

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So somewhat(majorly) irritating thing happened.

 

I was walking along a sidewalk at a normal causal pace...and my toe caught the lip of the crack between sidewalk squares.  The Isthide on my brand new service boots broke right off in a spot.

 

Is this something I need to be worried about?  Getting moisture under the rubber?  The damage continuing as I walk?  The character doesn't really bother me.  Just as long as the integrity is still fully intact.  At the same time, I wouldn't have expected a piece of rubber like this to chip so easily....

 

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I've noticed that the itshide soles on my new brown cxls are pretty brittle too.  Got a chip near the toe and the edges of the rubber studs on the sole are chipping away as well.  Is that normal for itshide/dainite?

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Originally Posted by cdm137 View Post

I've noticed that the itshide soles on my new brown cxls are pretty brittle too.  Got a chip near the toe and the edges of the rubber studs on the sole are chipping away as well.  Is that normal for itshide/dainite?

I've never had that happen to any of my Dainite-soled boots, nor have I seen it happen to any. I can't imagine it happening to one of them. I've never handled Itshide, so I can't comment on any differences.
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Originally Posted by tylernim View Post
 

So somewhat(majorly) irritating thing happened.

 

I was walking along a sidewalk at a normal causal pace...and my toe caught the lip of the crack between sidewalk squares.  The Isthide on my brand new service boots broke right off in a spot.

 

Is this something I need to be worried about?  Getting moisture under the rubber?  The damage continuing as I walk?  The character doesn't really bother me.  Just as long as the integrity is still fully intact.  At the same time, I wouldn't have expected a piece of rubber like this to chip so easily....

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by cdm137 View Post
 

I've noticed that the itshide soles on my new brown cxls are pretty brittle too.  Got a chip near the toe and the edges of the rubber studs on the sole are chipping away as well.  Is that normal for itshide/dainite?


Wow, this stinks.

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Never happened to me neither on Dainite (I've had ~10 pairs of shoes & boots with dainite sole).
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Originally Posted by tylernim View Post
 

So somewhat(majorly) irritating thing happened.

 

I was walking along a sidewalk at a normal causal pace...and my toe caught the lip of the crack between sidewalk squares.  The Isthide on my brand new service boots broke right off in a spot.

 

Is this something I need to be worried about?  Getting moisture under the rubber?  The damage continuing as I walk?  The character doesn't really bother me.  Just as long as the integrity is still fully intact.  At the same time, I wouldn't have expected a piece of rubber like this to chip so easily....

 

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Originally Posted by cdm137 View Post
 

I've noticed that the itshide soles on my new brown cxls are pretty brittle too.  Got a chip near the toe and the edges of the rubber studs on the sole are chipping away as well.  Is that normal for itshide/dainite?

 

Question: how cold of conditions were you wearing the boots in when this happened?

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Why do people post nasty pics of their blistered feet??!! Question could be asked without a disgusting photo. Seriously.
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Originally Posted by anrobit View Post
 

 

 

Question: how cold of conditions were you wearing the boots in when this happened?

65 degrees.

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My studs are a bit chipped as well after a few days wear but nothing

extreme.  Will be interesting to hear what those in the know have to say.

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