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post #391 of 7023

27. 1950 ice mocha, brogue cap toe, vibram 269 sole, SCORE!!!

post #392 of 7023

Guy, can these be viewed/tried on locally at the Viberg location by Uptown?
 

post #393 of 7023

props to Guy and the Viberg team for great communication, extremely quick responses. I messed up on sizing at the beginning but was able to mend the situation with their help! Will next week be when I get my Viberg and TOJ?!!

post #394 of 7023

Is it going to be made clear whether or not a boot is a factory second?

post #395 of 7023
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congrats, that harness leather is incredible.

It's by far the nicest and most unique leather I've ever seen. And I have a stack of White's leather samples sitting on my desk right now.

post #396 of 7023
LOL @ the Viberg Boot sample sale. This is about as high tech as it gets when buying Vibergs.
post #397 of 7023
I'm wearing 8.5 us in redwings 9111 and 9206. What size should I get for viberg? The size are noted in uk?
post #398 of 7023

Stoked there's nothing interesting in 9.5-10; saves me stress and money. 

post #399 of 7023
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Stoked there's nothing interesting in 9.5-10; saves me stress and money. 

Yeah same glad there isn't any
post #400 of 7023
Not buying anything, but damn was it fun to look through those listings.
The walnut cordovan boots were nuts.
post #401 of 7023

I wish I had checked SF a few hours ago when I was doing homework. Looks like all the boots I wanted in my size would be out.

 

Anyone have any information on the lasts they use? I googled it but couldn't find anything.

post #402 of 7023
FYI: Before you pay. I owned this boot and had it in my possession for 6 weeks. The cordovan is pretty uneven and the boot is literally the equivalent to am Alden 7.5/8 C. Incredibly narrow and very small
post #403 of 7023
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FYI: Before you pay. I owned this boot and had it in my possession for 6 weeks. The cordovan is pretty uneven and the boot is literally the equivalent to am Alden 7.5/8 C. Incredibly narrow and very small

Well you ad said something completely different then

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Horween has always made the best cordovan, but Viberg will not use anything less than the absolute most pristine shells. In order to get Walnut, Whiskey or Ravello shells, Horween has to start with the highest quality shell. Any lower quality shells with inconsistencies can be dyed dark to #8 or Black.
post #404 of 7023
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Originally Posted by Gcbrown3 View Post

FYI: Before you pay. I owned this boot and had it in my possession for 6 weeks. The cordovan is pretty uneven and the boot is literally the equivalent to am Alden 7.5/8 C. Incredibly narrow and very small


That is contrary to what others are saying about this boot/last. Have you tried on other versions of the service boot? How do they compare?

post #405 of 7023
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That is contrary to what others are saying about this boot/last. Have you tried on other versions of the service boot? How do they compare?


Regarding this last I'd recommend your Red Wing size or 0.5 bigger even.

They are indeed very narrow in the toe.

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