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post #6901 of 7453
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Originally Posted by im eddie View Post

@Farhad19620

The rough out's leather hard/sturdy?

They look soft and wondering if the leather is tuff like post at top of page describes

The leather on these boots is quite thick and strong, the boots are by no means soft!
post #6902 of 7453
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Originally Posted by meso View Post


I'm cheesed. Was supposed to arrive Thursday afternoon. Been stuck on this for nearly a week. I'm in LA, anyone else have this happen?

2014/08/10 13:20 USSFOA,USA International item is in transit to the delivery office.

 

Mine arrived yesterday with no problems or customs...

post #6903 of 7453
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Originally Posted by meso View Post

I'm cheesed. Was supposed to arrive Thursday afternoon. Been stuck on this for nearly a week. I'm in LA, anyone else have this happen?

2014/08/10 13:20 USSFOA,USA International item is in transit to the delivery office.
Mine say the same thing. Estimated delivery was yesterday and they haven't moved
post #6904 of 7453
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Originally Posted by LIMBERLION View Post

Mine say the same thing. Estimated delivery was yesterday and they haven't moved

Where are you punching in the tracking number? If it's Canada post, it only tracks up to the border, then you have to punch the same tracking number into USPS.
post #6905 of 7453
Viberg newbie here. How often do they restock their own store? I was all set buy the service boot in brown cxl for my birthday but they are sold out.
post #6906 of 7453
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Originally Posted by Diabolical View Post

Where are you punching in the tracking number? If it's Canada post, it only tracks up to the border, then you have to punch the same tracking number into USPS.
Just tried the usps and it's still in San Fran
post #6907 of 7453
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Originally Posted by lifeinabox View Post

Viberg newbie here. How often do they restock their own store? I was all set buy the service boot in brown cxl for my birthday but they are sold out.
There will be a restock soon. They are supposedly busy with a lot of orders for the holiday season.
post #6908 of 7453
Arrived today. Nut brown derby boots. The two rows of trim stitching are white and gray -- nice touch.

Obligatory shitty iPhone pic:

post #6909 of 7453
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Originally Posted by meso View Post

Arrived today. Nut brown derby boots. The two rows of trim stitching are white and gray -- nice touch.

Obligatory shitty iPhone pic:


Very Nice!!!

post #6910 of 7453
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Originally Posted by jp2k1 View Post

Fashion/style/music/aesthetics, pretty much anything you can think of wouldnt move forward if everyone followed "rules"

At first glance the white Vibergs seem to be unusable, but I thought that about the white suede Alden indies that were around little while back and then there were some pretty nice fits posted with those.
post #6911 of 7453
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Originally Posted by cold war painter View Post

At first glance the white Vibergs seem to be unusable, but I thought that about the white suede Alden indies that were around little while back and then there were some pretty nice fits posted with those.

They seem pretty close to jumping the shark to me..
post #6912 of 7453

Hi this is my first post, but I bought a pair of service boots from Viberg in Brown Horse Butt from the sample sale this week and received them yesterday. Although I have shoes from Red Wing, AE, Rancourt, and Wolverine, this is my first pair of truly luxury boots so I have a couple questions about what I received.

I've attached pictures detailing the damage on the boot I received. There's some creasing and unevenness in the leather, which I understand comes from buying a sample boot, but there appears to be large gash on the left toe and some strange crease. Will this increase in size over time and how will it affect the boot in the long run?

I've bought seconds from other companies for much less and I was under the impression that gashes or tears in the leather were not acceptable. The sample picture and description were grossly inadequate since they only mentioned a flaw on the left toe and the pictures also hid where the gash is located. I guess I'm just a little upset that I spent $700 on this when I could have gotten a first Alden cap toe in shell instead. What are my options now?

 

EDIT:

I've emailed Viberg and hopefully they can help me out. I really don't believe these boots should have even be sold and in particular I felt I was deceived by the simple description and the angle of the pictures that minimized the extent of the flaws. I have seconds from AE, and Wolverine that don't have issues as serious as this. At least I could return those, too.

EDIT 2:

Sorry there is more info in the album link. The boot was described as:

"Service Boot – Brown Horse Butt, Brogue Toe Cap, Dainite Sole, Unstructured Toe, 2040 Last, Size 9, Flaw on Left Toe"

I had assumed from the picture that the flaw on the left toe meant the wrinkling. The gashes and cuts were hidden based on the angle of the shot as shown below.

EDIT 3:

Update on the sample boots that I received with the gash. I emailed Guy at Viberg with a curt email and he responded very graciously. I will either be returning them for a full refund or I can keep them for half off. I'm leaning toward returning them, but I'll sit on it for another day. All in all, Viberg's customer service was very responsive and they will stand by their product.

 

Album pictures (more in link):

https://imgur.com/a/PQvrS

Stock photo on site:

Inside of left boot:

 

 

 


Edited by asininetime - 8/18/14 at 11:50am
post #6913 of 7453

"Caveat Emptor"  I also bought a pair of the "Sample" boots "Country Derby" hand cut, commando sole etc. Only issues are minor scuffing and lack of one heal pad... But given what I paid in retrospect I would have preferred to just pay the extra $200 and been completely  satisfied.

 

Had the pair I bought been in the shape yours are to say that I was "Just a little upset" would be a gross understatement....

 

That stated we live and learn and move on !!  Viberg is a great product and as I now have three pair can attest to...

 

Enjoy they are just "Boots"

post #6914 of 7453
Damage is real bad man i would contact them
post #6915 of 7453
is that horse butt supposed to be so veiny? im assuming no since most of the boot is perfecftly smooth and round. the captoes alone look like they were made from ball sack. looks like shit

did the cut refer to that affected area or a single gash?
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