If the Rw moc toe and White`s semi dress size US10E is fit for me,the nike running shoes is US11,Is it mean that the UK10E of Viberg 1950S is fit for me? or UK 9.5E?
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Not to take anything away from Alden, but pretty much every component of our boots is heavier. Plus our boots are stitchdown, which is by nature a heavier product than welted. No tax for anyone on the sample boots!
The 2030 is narrower and shallower in the toe. It's actually a bit longer as well, but unless you have a narrow foot you probably won't fill it out all the way.
Thanks for posting the fit pictures everyone! The boots all look great. You can definitely be looking at a serious break in period, but it's worth it. My first pair of service boots are about 4 years old and definitely my most comfortable non-sneakers. None of the the boots sent out have had any significant defects or anything. If there is is a cosmetic flaw it should be noted or visible in the photos. Structurally these "sample" boots are all 100%.
Round 2 of the sale is going up today at around noon (pacific) and will feature 20 styles. A wide variety of styles and sizes again. I'm really trying to keep the other thread clutter free so please post here if you have any questions. We've included more information this time around including the last, box toe vs. no box toe, and any glaring flaws. Hopefully this will cut down on the number of emails.
Will there be round 3 of the sale in this year?
I think the same size will be much too long.
I don't have very wide feet, so maybe I'll go for the 10.5. That would quite a step down compared to other shoes I own (44 in Common Projects, 11.5 in Quoddy, 12 in Vans, etc).
I'm not incredibly familiar with the Viberg lasts, I was just referring to the 1950 Service Boot. Love the profile of that boot.