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post #166 of 276
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Just wondering why is there a shoe on the order page? is it just to show the color and the wax texture to be expected on the boot?

That's a different leather; it's an example of the unstructured toe box on the 2045. 

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Just wondering why is there a shoe on the order page? is it just to show the color and the wax texture to be expected on the boot?

It's there to show the 2045 last, before it is worn.  The shape of the toe, unconstructed, is rounded, like the unconstructed 110, and not like the constructed examples that we have seen elsewhere.  This is the first non individual run of Viberg boots on the 2045 last, so there are no pictures of brand new boots in this last around, that I know of.

post #168 of 276
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Originally Posted by misterjuiceman View Post
 

That's a different leather; it's an example of the unstructured toe box on the 2045. 


Ohhh the unstructured toe boxes are different depending on the last? I'm so newb. So basically I shouldn't be expecting a toe box similar to this? I was hoping to get something like that...without the cap toe of course

post #169 of 276
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Ohhh the unstructured toe boxes are different depending on the last? I'm so newb. So basically I shouldn't be expecting a toe box similar to this? I was hoping to get something like that...without the cap toe of course

That's a heavily worn boot on the 2030 last, so it'll look a bit different. 

post #170 of 276

Ok I'm feeling this boot....it should fly as a casual boot in the office with jeans?

post #171 of 276
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post #172 of 276
Well I pulled trigger
post #173 of 276
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Originally Posted by Michael Haines View Post

Well I pulled trigger

Nice!!! I think these will be a great casual boot that ages really well
post #174 of 276
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Originally Posted by Michael Haines View Post

Well I pulled trigger

Nice!!! I think these will be a great casual boot that ages really well

 

Alright, MH!  How about you, rydenfan?  Did you commit?  I'm actually glad they're closing the window a week early.  But not glad that Fok is having surgery, of course.

post #175 of 276
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Alright, MH!  How about you, rydenfan?  Did you commit?  I'm actually glad they're closing the window a week early.  But not glad that Fok is having surgery, of course.

I'm in! Placing my order tomorrow
post #176 of 276

Hey all,

 

I'm looking for a little advice on this... I want to get in on this order, but I'm a little concerned about the sizing and last. I own a pair of Vibergs: 

 

http://vibergboot.wordpress.com/2012/06/27/horween-navy-latigo-brick-dainite-sole/#comments

 

Mine are a six eyelet boot, but otherwise the same as the photo. I sent in tracings for these, and was told a size 12 would fit me best. My current boots are comfortable, but I've noticed a little "buckling" of the leather around the eyelets when I tie my boots. That is, after I tie them an walk around, the leather around some of the eyelets tends to pop up or form little...hills? Please see the photos below for an example.I don't know if this is normal, I noticed this after wearing my boots a few times. Makes me wonder if I ordered boots that are too small...

 

I never thought to ask what last these boots were on (my first mto, newbie mistake) and now don't have a frame of reference for comparison. I emailed Viberg at info@viberg.com, to see if they still have my info, and have yet to hear back.

 

FYI: I wear a 13D in OSB trenches and rough outs, a 13D in Chippewas, and a UK12 in a Tricker's Eaton on 4497 last. 

 

I don't know if I should buy this latest mto in a 12 or 12 1/2? 

 

Any and all advice would be sincerely appreciated. 


Edited by westie187 - 2/3/14 at 11:12pm
post #177 of 276

Wrong photo. Apologies... it's late.


Edited by westie187 - 2/3/14 at 11:11pm
post #178 of 276
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Originally Posted by westie187 View Post
 

Hey all,

 

I'm looking for a little advice on this... I want to get in on this order, but I'm a little concerned about the sizing and last. I own a pair of Vibergs: 

 

http://vibergboot.wordpress.com/2012/06/27/horween-navy-latigo-brick-dainite-sole/#comments

 

Mine are a six eyelet boot, but otherwise the same as the photo. I sent in tracings for these, and was told a size 12 would fit me best. My current boots are comfortable, but I've noticed a little "buckling" of the leather around the eyelets when I tie my boots. That is, after I tie them an walk around, the leather around some of the eyelets tends to pop up or form little...hills? Please see the attached photo (downloaded) for an example.I don't know if this is normal, I noticed this after wearing my boots a few times. Makes me wonder if I ordered boots that are too small...

 

I never thought to ask what last these boots were on (my first mto, newbie mistake) and now don't have a frame of reference for comparison. I emailed Viberg at info@viberg.com, to see if they still have my info, and have yet to hear back.

 

FYI: I wear a 13D in OSB trenches and rough outs, a 13D in Chippewas, and a UK12 in a Tricker's Eaton on 4497 last. 

 

I don't know if I should buy this latest mto in a 12 or 12 1/2? 

 

Any and all advice would be sincerely appreciated. IMG_1690.jpg 2,329k .jpg file  

Can you post a picture of the boots? The attachment doesn't contain them.

post #179 of 276
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Wrong photo. Apologies... it's late.

This is the wrong photo as well. 

post #180 of 276

IMG_1702.jpg 2,179k .jpg file This is should help: My actual boots. Sorry, very long day. IMG_1701.jpg 2,318k .jpg file  

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