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 Nice...

Thanks!
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my pair

Great looking boots. Thanks for sharing. I hope others share theirs as well. Best thing is seeing pics out in the wild.
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my pair

 

what kind of leather are those?

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Thanks!

They look way better in the wild. A really nice looking shoe...

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AppleMark

My Service boot. Was skeptical about the heel, but i really do love these.


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Also scored these babies... also a service boot, rough out, w commando soles

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those are absolutely lovely; good pick up sklark & sleepy

 

Thank you

 

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What number are those and how can I acquire them. Shit looks tight bra

 

They were 27, ice mocha 50s service boot

 

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those look just like the ones i got, do yours have different colored eylets too?

 

Brass eyelets with speed hooks

 

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what kind of leather are those?

 

ice mocha chromexcel

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Anyone have some good wear pics of a deconstructed toe? I wanna see how that thing looks after some use and abuse (particularly in a captoe wink.gif )
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AppleMark

My Service boot. Was skeptical about the heel, but i really do love these. Theyre a keeper.

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Also scored these babies... also a service boot, rough out, w commando soles

Great looking pick-ups. I really like the heft and thickness of the suede.
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another round today (monday) ? anyone know?

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Anyone have some good wear pics of a deconstructed toe? I wanna see how that thing looks after some use and abuse (particularly in a captoe wink.gif )

 

 

Here are two, one from AJ Chen of Self Edge and another from the Freeman guy.

 

 

http://www.ajchen.com/2013/03/28/viberg-service-boots-18mo/

 

And

 

 

http://www.freemanbrand.com/articles/custom-viberg-service-boot.html

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Hi everyone, Great looking shoes you guys have been picking up.  Over the weekend I found this "game" of speed shoe buying on Monday's. I have read this thread and think i figured out my size due to the helpful examples people have provided.  I haven't tried out a Viberg boot but have a Wolverine 1000 Courtland boot and have tried on the Allen Edmonds Long Branch.  For those Viberg owners, do the Chukka's or the Service boots with the Dainite soles feel more like a Wolverine 1000 or the Alden Indy or Long Branch, as far as, cushioned sole/comfort. So basically is it hard or somewhat forgiving/comfortable as far as cushioned insole.

 

Hope this makes sense and thanks for any feedback.

 

Have a great week and good luck if more shoes pop up for sale today.

 

 

DuckOB

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Hi everyone, Great looking shoes you guys have been picking up.  Over the weekend I found this "game" of speed shoe buying on Monday's. I have read this thread and think i figured out my size due to the helpful examples people have provided.  I haven't tried out a Viberg boot but have a Wolverine 1000 Courtland boot and have tried on the Allen Edmonds Long Branch.  For those Viberg owners, do the Chukka's or the Service boots with the Dainite soles feel more like a Wolverine 1000 or the Alden Indy or Long Branch, as far as, cushioned sole/comfort. So basically is it hard or somewhat forgiving/comfortable as far as cushioned insole.

 

Hope this makes sense and thanks for any feedback.

 

Have a great week and good luck if more shoes pop up for sale today.

 

 

DuckOB

 

I had the Viberg chukka with the Dainite sole, and I have had a number of shoes with the Dainite stud sole. It is somewhat hard, more like the sole on the standard 1000 mile boot - which I have also owned. I recently, only briefly, had a pair of Viberg boots with the Vibram sole - they were much more comfortable - for me at least. If you are going for comfort I would suggest the Vibram - I have a special order in right now with Viberg using a Vibram #1743 Bologna sole.

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@centris, thx
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" If you are going for comfort I would suggest the Vibram - I have a special order in right now with Viberg using a Vibram #1743 Bologna sole."  Thanks seer for sharing your experience.... very helpful.  Have a great week!

 

DuckOB

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