Viberg Boots

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

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  1. Hill

    Hill Senior member

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    I think it's cool. Adds to the character of the boot. Nice pickup.
     
  2. ShootThePier

    ShootThePier Senior member

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    If you grabbed em at the sample sale, then you got to choose.
    My bad for assuming this was something you received from a pre-order.
    Still looks like it hurt the horse. There I go assuming again. I doubt Horween sent s hide to Viberg this way.
    Could the scar have happened in boot construction?
     
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    Wearing the kangaroo zip up service boots from Haven. Man that dye transfers all over your hands. Leather is really soft and a bit stretchy. In fact my big toe pushes up a bit & you can see it. It's not uncomfortable, and that may bother some, but I don't mind. Even with the zipper though, they are a little difficult to put on without a pull tab. Still, I like the clean lines and murdered out colorway. Pant hems fall cleanly.

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    I saw a sample of the zippered boots at the sample sale. Wonder if Viberg will continue with that design. I thought the zipper was really awkward.
     
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    Yeah, it's unlike any I've seen. I see what they were trying to do, and it's nice that it follows the lines of the tongue, but it takes some getting used to.
     

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