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post #3796 of 6260
I received the Boondockers on Friday. They are on the 2045 last with an unstructured toe.

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Originally Posted by Diabolical View Post

I received the Boondockers on Friday. They are on the 2045 last with an unstructured toe.


I love those and can't stand that my size was sold out. I gotta be ready the next time they show up. So how do you like them.
post #3798 of 6260
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Originally Posted by Michael Haines View Post

I love those and can't stand that my size was sold out. I gotta be ready the next time they show up. So how do you like them.

They're great, I wasn't sure how I would feel about the 2045 last but they look great in person. I sized the same as the 2030 and the fit is good. Not as snug as the 2030 but not sloppy loose either, fits similar to Alden's Trubalance.
post #3799 of 6260

Has anyone ever successfully made it past the blister phase, if you had blisters at all? 

 

The fit on my service boots feels perfect. Left foot = no issues. Right foot = huge blood blister.


Edited by Chop Chop - 3/23/14 at 3:23pm
post #3800 of 6260
https://www.dropbox.com/sc/431hqgzitjbnffx/mYQFLfeQQE

New members to my little boots' club, all with the assistance from Style Forum members. Thanks to John, Oli, Danny and Akeem.
post #3801 of 6260
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Originally Posted by 300zxtt8 View Post

https://www.dropbox.com/sc/431hqgzitjbnffx/mYQFLfeQQE

New members to my little boots' club, all with the assistance from Style Forum members. Thanks to John, Oli, Danny and Akeem.

Please upload the images. We get a lot of spoof links, and I nearly deleted your post mistake.

Cheers,

Fok.
post #3802 of 6260
Sorry! Could not figure out how to post pictures.
post #3803 of 6260
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Originally Posted by Chop Chop View Post
 

Has anyone ever successfully made it past the blister phase, if you had blisters at all? 

 

The fit on my service boots feels perfect. Left foot = no issues. Right foot = : 

I'd say combine wearing the boots for shorter periods of time and using moleskin on the hot spots.

It can take time to make these kind of boots your own, don't rush it.

Also, wear only socks with at least 70% wool content (merino or other high quality), they handle sweat and stink much better than anything else. 

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Originally Posted by 300zxtt8 View Post

Sorry! Could not figure out how to post pictures.

You can use the little picture icon in your editor. You can also upload multiple pictures simultaneously.
post #3805 of 6260

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.

post #3806 of 6260

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.
post #3809 of 6260
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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."
post #3810 of 6260
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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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