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post #4501 of 6458

And there is this:

 

 

http://www.3sixteen.com/collections/footwear/products/viberg-for-3sixteen-carolina-service-boot

 

 

Still plenty of sizes left. 

A nice boot, though 2030 is not my thing..

post #4502 of 6458
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post


In this shell hungry day and age.... Everything seems to go quickly. Could have been a small run, maybe.

The most recent Tanker preorder was ~24 pcs, per Steven.

This looked like less, closer to 12-16.

post #4503 of 6458
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Originally Posted by bkotsko View Post

The most recent Tanker preorder was ~24 pcs, per Steven.
This looked like less, closer to 12-16.
I was going to say maybe 15pcs.
post #4504 of 6458
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

Or I can sell you a pair of unworn Leffot Naval boots for substantially less than this boot wink.gif

Sell? You sell shoes/boots?
post #4505 of 6458
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post

I was going to say maybe 15pcs.

Crazy when you think about it. That is color 2 status.
post #4506 of 6458
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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post

Sell? You sell shoes/boots?
No. He's all talk....LOL. Except when it comes to buying!
post #4507 of 6458
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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post


Sell? You sell shoes/boots?

Yes, I do. I am really trying to thin the herd a bit as there are some things that just don't get worn. I am trying a 1 in for 1 out rule, although right now I am running closer to 3 in 1 out but at least its a start... I also try and say if I don't wear something for 90 days after I acquire it then I must move it...the problem with that logic is right now that would include:

 

#8 Leffot Naval Boot

Whiskey PTB

Ravello LWB 

 

Not sure I can make good on that rule...

post #4508 of 6458
Leffot has a large e-mail list and an active blog, their cordovan preorders sell like hotcakes

I've been there during trunk shows where they sell dozens, if not hundreds of Edward Green, G&G, etc

They do brisk business there
post #4509 of 6458
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

Yes, I do. I am really trying to thin the herd a bit as there are some things that just don't get worn. I am trying a 1 in for 1 out rule, although right now I am running closer to 3 in 1 out but at least its a start... I also try and say if I don't wear something for 90 days after I acquire it then I must move it...the problem with that logic is right now that would include:

#8 Leffot Naval Boot
Whiskey PTB
Ravello LWB 

Not sure I can make good on that rule...
Well if #3 goes out...you know who to call.
post #4510 of 6458
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Originally Posted by ferrari909 View Post

Would it be possible to have the Nigel Cabourn boot where we choose our size and yes/no to the distressing.  I have no idea how the distressing is done but I am assuming it's not too much extra work for Viberg to do.  It seems like it's about half and half with respect to the distressing so maybe this is a way everybody could get what they want.  

We can't get the distressing, unfortunately. The recharge would also have been substantial. Really though, wear the boots into the field for a day, and they will be plenty distressed.
post #4511 of 6458
Got my French calf boots, very nice all around and fit seems pretty solid, just a bit snug now so should loosen up. Calf is quite nice, has a nice shine on it already and is pretty soft but feels sturdy.

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Only issues I see are on right toe where shoe doesn't seem to be stitched down even so small bump on toe (not really visible unless up close but I do get a little OCD) and leather seems a bit uneven if that makes sense? Though will need to see after a few wears Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



post #4512 of 6458
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Got my French calf boots, very nice all around and fit seems pretty solid, just a bit snug now so should loosen up. Calf is quite nice, has a nice shine on it already and is pretty soft but feels sturdy. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show) Only issues I see are on right toe where shoe doesn't seem to be stitched down even so small bump on toe (not really visible unless up close but I do get a little OCD) and leather seems a bit uneven if that makes sense? Though will need to see after a few wears Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Superb.

They build a beautiful boot.

Congrats.

post #4513 of 6458
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Originally Posted by bkotsko View Post

Superb.
They build a beautiful boot.
Congrats.

Thanks!
post #4514 of 6458

^ Those are really something.  One of the nicest Viberg's I've seen (picture of, at least).

post #4515 of 6458
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Originally Posted by budapest12 View Post

^ Those are really something.  One of the nicest Viberg's I've seen (picture of, at least).

Thanks, quite dressy. I think the mahogany ones will be another level though
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