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Viberg Boots

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by ysb, Feb 9, 2011.

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  1. Raneleigh

    Raneleigh Well-Known Member

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    I think you can go either way...leave them natural or dye brown. I'd like to match the Half Japanese if possible.

    It's very cool that you designed the Sinister and Spymaster. You should be proud of that. I tell everyone my friend Barry designed them and they don't believe me at first either.
     
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    @lifeinabox@SoyBoy2 I've worn the 3sixteen boots 3 times now. They have such a unique look! The mini ripple sole with stacked leather mid and aged Bark rough out creates an excellent casual boot. The sole is quite stiff, but I imagine that will improve with time. The 2040 is an excellent last for me and is sleeker than I expected. I was under the impression that it would be similar to the 2045, but for me it fits closer to a 1035/2030. I'm extremely happy with the purchase.
     
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    The stacked leather sole is surprisingly stiff on the 3sixteen boots. The uppers are soft tho. As someone else mentioned, they fit a bit tighter than my other pair of 2040s for some reason. They still broke in fine over a few days.
     
  5. Tayo OG

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    Do you guys find that the cap toe boots in a 2030 last fit smaller than the plain toe 2030? I got a size 9 in the dark brown snuff kudu from division road that was too small in the cap toe, but the plane toe size 9.5 I bought direct from Viberg seems too roomy. I'm a 9.5 D tts on the Branock device. I don't want to cause unnecessary creases by having a shoe that's too big. Maybe the 2030 just isn't my last?
     
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    Just got these Viberg Derby Shoes (Dust Black Calf), does anyone have any fitpics or experience with the derby shoes? It's on the Viberg 2030 last. I'm a 8.5 in New Balance, and a 8.5-9 in Oak street bootmakers, and I got these in a 8.5.
     
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    I go a full size down from my NB size for 2030, but I use thin socks.
     
  8. ericleavitt

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    Whenever brands recommend sizing down over 1 size i get very weary, because whenever I've done that the outcome was just way too tight. I really hope these fit... considering I bought them off grailed...
     
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    I think they're going to be too big for you. I wear 8 in Viberg 2030 and 8.5 in OSB.
     
  10. ericleavitt

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    Woops just realized my new balance are 9, my two pairs of clarks are 9, and my osb in 8.5s are slightly tight, and my OSB's in size 9 are like the perfect fit.
     
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    I've got the horsehide derbies on the 1035. Love em.

    I'm a brannock 11.5 narrow side of D. And all is perfect on a 10.5..

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    Navy + Gunmetal Rivets @Epaulet
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    Would someone kindly give sizing advice to me, I have several different brands of trainers/running shoes but have never purchased boots before.

    I'm looking at a plain toe service boot, I guess that would be the 2030 last. I'm figuring I'm between 8-9 based on what I have been reading.

    Here's a list of shoes I own
    Asics GL3 - 9.5
    Adidas UB - 9.5
    yeezy 350v2 - 9.5
    yeezy 750 - 9
    diadora n9000 - 8.5
    New balance made in USA
    998/997/990/990v2 - 8.5

    Hope someone can give feedback based on this. I'm currently trying to find a US retailer with free returns so I can just try a pair with no obligations.
     
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  15. trevorplease

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    I just got my brannock size, left 9.5C/D and right 9D

    Would you still recommend me the 8 or would I go 8.5?

    Any other could give an input?
     
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    I'd probably go 8.5 due to the left foot. Esp. that you are talking 2030, which some folks go up a half size.

    You could always mitigate any largess with thicker socks.
     

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