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post #76 of 8204
A new shoestore in Denmark has just launched a webshop and they're selling two very nice make ups of the hiker and the oxford (I'm not affiliated with the shop, so I figured it would be OK to post some pics of them here) The Oxford (my favourite) The Hiker I spent some time in the shop talking with the very ambitious owner, and I'm pretty sure, we'll be seeing great stuff from the store in the future. The shop is called Shoe Chapter - find them online
post #77 of 8204
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Couple recent shots of my 4H Service Boots. I've had these since a little before they dropped and have worn them quite regularly. They've been hit with rain, hail, snow, booze, beer and been stepped on countless times, yet they still look almost brand new.

Dropped by your store last year and saw the boots, simply amazing!
Plus watching the gentlemen reserve video featuring you with the boots made it all the more enticing!
Seriously considering getting a pair now!
post #78 of 8204
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The shop is called Shoe Chapter - find them online
thank god it's in århus and not copehagen.
post #79 of 8204
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Originally Posted by BIGBERTHA View Post

Viberg is the business. I've bought four pair so far...call me an addict. My brothers and I hit Viberg last night and came home with boots. I picked up the brogue toe cap (my fourth pair) that were still warm from handcrafting. My brother got the same hikers I have, but replaced red laces with leather ones. I like it. My little bro picked up some black (look blueish) engineers...at least I think they're engineers. My other bro picked up a pair of service boots...will try to find pics of them and post later.









Wow! Just noticed these servicemen boots. Incredible. How much are they and where do I sign up for a pair?!
post #80 of 8204
X-post from other Viberg thread -- Maybe we should merge the two?

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post #81 of 8204
I saw this thread bumped so I figured I'd post some pics of my Viberg x Four Horsemen saddle oxfords. These are from when I first got them a couple weeks ago.
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post #82 of 8204
Beautiful!

BTW I saw a wonderful make-up for Manufactum in Germany with SHELL CORDOVAN!! I have never seen that before by Viberg.
post #83 of 8204
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Originally Posted by Simontuntelder View Post

A new shoestore in Denmark has just launched a webshop and they're selling two very nice make ups of the hiker and the oxford (I'm not affiliated with the shop, so I figured it would be OK to post some pics of them here) The Oxford (my favourite) The Hiker I spent some time in the shop talking with the very ambitious owner, and I'm pretty sure, we'll be seeing great stuff from the store in the future. The shop is called Shoe Chapter - find them online


I checked the prices and its over $665 for a pair of Viberg Hikers. Less for the Oxfords.

 

post #84 of 8204
i've got 2 pair, can think of 2 pairs that i would kill to have made up custom. best footwear, if not the best clothing period that i've ever handled. worth every penny
post #85 of 8204
My Viberg 1950's, in horsehide.

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post #86 of 8204
I'm not normally into the upturned toe, but those 1950's look awesome!
post #87 of 8204
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I'm not normally into the upturned toe, but those 1950's look awesome!

Thanks bud.

Leffot has some new stock in, but only the hikers for some reason. Wish they did other styles...
post #88 of 8204
I really like the hikers, but at $705 you could buy 2 Danner Lights and still have money left over.

I'm ready to kop a hiking boot, but at that rice point, especially when I could get 2 Danner Lights.....how good are the Vibergs, anyone? Would be great to get a comparison from someone who has owned/ tried both.
post #89 of 8204
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I really like the hikers, but at $705 you could buy 2 Danner Lights and still have money left over.
I'm ready to kop a hiking boot, but at that rice point, especially when I could get 2 Danner Lights.....how good are the Vibergs, anyone? Would be great to get a comparison from someone who has owned/ tried both.


For half the price of the Viberg, you could buy a Parachoc Galibier Super Touring boots. Arguably still the finest handmade boots ever made and Paraboot remains the world leader in building high quality waterproof all-leather boots with Norwegian welt construction.

post #90 of 8204

 

Bumping this thread.. Viberg makes some great boots and deserve a lot more attention.

 

We've picked up some 1950 Service Boots, and will have a small run of the Scout boot in a few weeks.

 

1950 SERVICE BOOT - BLACK CALFSKIN WITH DAINITE SOLE - $830

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1950 SERVICE BOOT - BROWN COWHIDE WITH 4014 CHRISTY SOLE - $680

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1950 SERVICE BOOT - BUFFALO SUEDE / SMOOTH WITH DAINITE SOLE - $600

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