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I don't see a new post...pic?

 

Sorry, I am on a borrowed computer and for some reason it won't let me copy the pic.  It is from two weeks ago, still on the first row of their Instragram photos.  Here's a link:

 

http://instagram.com/p/mland4LpkE/

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Nice eye linafelt!
Hot damn a proper workboot on the 310 last.
What leather is that? A waxy tan?
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Nice eye linafelt!
Hot damn a proper workboot on the 310 last.
What leather is that? A waxy tan?

 

Yeah, looks great.  The leather is "copper task," which seems to be used quite a bit in roughout form, but there is a chukka floating around made with it smooth side out. 

Not entirely sure what sort of leather it is, though it looks pretty thick and as if it would age very well..

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Natural Essex coming along nicely.
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Do you have any photos without filters and in sunlight? Looks a beautiful apricot color!
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Year old Ice Mocha Service boots today

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Do you have any photos without filters and in sunlight? Looks a beautiful apricot color!



No filter... In sun.
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I just wanted to stop in and say that I really love Viberg makeups and the new cordovan offerings are awesome. $1100 is no where in my realm of a shoe budget at the moment, hopefully I can check back in 5 years to be able to put a pair in my collection (though by then I am sure they will be $1500).

 

Congrats to those who grabbed the no 8 boots and to those who are planning the for the upcoming release in Brandy. The brandy pair would be my preference, I love idea of the lighter tones for a workboot. The perfect combination to really get some wear and develop amazing patina.

 

 

In the meantime I do have a pair of Boondockers on my short list of wants.

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Can anyone identify this boot for me?
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I've seen mixed things from searching, but can anyone comment on sizing in regards to wide feet?

 

I'm a 7.5E on a Brannock device and take a 7E in Barrie. I saw that a couple guys take a 10E in Barrie also take a 10D in 2030 last, but was wondering if anyone else has done the same (or different). Hoping I can buy a standard make up from a retailer rather than having to go MTO for a wide fitting. Thanks!

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I've seen mixed things from searching, but can anyone comment on sizing in regards to wide feet?

 

I'm a 7.5E on a Brannock device and take a 7E in Barrie. I saw that a couple guys take a 10E in Barrie also take a 10D in 2030 last, but was wondering if anyone else has done the same (or different). Hoping I can buy a standard make up from a retailer rather than having to go MTO for a wide fitting. Thanks!


That's because the 2030 runs wider than Barrie. I'd even say a full width wider. I'm a 7.5D/E in Barrie and the 7.5 2030 has quite a bit of wiggle room but is the right length.

I measure 8E on Brannock.
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That's because the 2030 runs wider than Barrie. I'd even say a full width wider. I'm a 7.5D/E in Barrie and the 7.5 2030 has quite a bit of wiggle room but is the right length.

I measure 8E on Brannock.

Thank you! Good to know.

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Yeah, looks great.  The leather is "copper task," which seems to be used quite a bit in roughout form, but there is a chukka floating around made with it smooth side out. 
Not entirely sure what sort of leather it is, though it looks pretty thick and as if it would age very well..

Ah yeah, cool.
Looks like a british tan with a dry/distressed look!
I like the non-roughout version better. Probably ages amazingly.
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Do you have any photos without filters and in sunlight? Looks a beautiful apricot color!



No filter... In sun.

Timeframe of wear since purchase date?
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Lately, I cant get enough of these boots.

Wearing them AGAIN today.

 

 

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