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Viberg Boots

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

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  1. rolling green

    rolling green Senior member

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    Seems the 2045 and 110 are similar but if we want to stick with what is pictured above and with the original boondocker style then 110 would be the choice. The toe box shape is similar enough (110 seems more symmetrical) that it wouldn't be a deal breaker for me. Having owned the boondocker I can say the 110 last is ideal shape for this casual makeup but as long as it has the unsructured toe I'm fine either way. Does anyone have any pics outside of the viberg site between the 110 and 2045?
     
  2. kennyx

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    I prefer the 2045.
     
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    seems 2045 = "Munson" last.
     
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    I am jealous, on both counts!
     
  5. Scottystyles

    Scottystyles Active Member

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    Ok, these are my Brown Wax Flesh 2045 last, and my Boondockers 110 last. Both are size 9 (us10).

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  6. misterjuiceman

    misterjuiceman Senior member

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    Anyone have a picture of a 2045-lasted boot with an unstructured toe? All of the pictures I've seen have a pretty severely upturned toe.
     
  7. kennyx

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    I definitely like the look of the 2045 more. What's everyone's thoughts on Commando vs. Cat Paws vs. Danite sole?
     
  8. rydenfan

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    Fok,

    2045 & commando. I say start the thread and get it going :)
     
  9. Lazyrufus

    Lazyrufus New Member

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    Hey,

    So I am not only new to the forum but also cursed with feet in between a size 12.5 and 13UK. I currently own 1000 Miles and J Crew Chippewa Service boots in size 13US and both fit well. I want to take a step up; would Viberg work for me?

    The 2045 last works for me looks wise, the question is, would I fit in it?

    I have read most of this thread and the one over on Iron heart but it seems as if my feet are bigger than everyone else's who wants or owns Vibergs so there's not much info regarding the fit at my sort of size. Any help would be appreciated.

    Cheers
     
  10. Michael Haines

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    The Derby is the one I'm holding out on or a rough out boot or actually both
     
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    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    We'll do a thread on a derby once I talk to Guy.

    Cheers,

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  13. Scottystyles

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    Both my Wax flesh and boondockers are an unstructured toe box. For ref, my black shinki horsehide are partially structured. Generally speaking , partially give you a little more breathing space on your toes (purely from experience) and are a little more crush resistant. Not sure if the turned up front has anything to do with the toe box structure. But someone else or the gurus them selves ie, Brett, Guy, or Morgan would prob clear that up.
     
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    Is there any difference between the Boondocker on Viberg's site or on Leffot? It says "Manufactured in limited quantities and available exclusively at viberg.com." But that isn't the case? My apologies if this is an ignorant question.
     
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  16. WorldofDarkness

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    Hi everyone, new to SF. I found these boots by accident while browsing heavier denim, and fell in love with the look.

    http://www.ironheart.co.uk/hardware/ihvb-04-b-o-t.html

    They're "endangered" and completely out of my size. I don't think they will be restocked.

    I noticed there have been others with the same style, maybe some different tweaks here and there or color.

    Where can I purchase one that looks like this? I couldn't find it on Viberg's official website.

    Thanks
     
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  17. Sombrero

    Sombrero Well-Known Member

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    Very much pro-derby shoe. Would definitely get in on that.
     
  18. Michael Haines

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    I'm right there with you
     
  19. Distorbiant

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    Ashen, is that you?
     
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    Does anyone know if they sell their samples? Shot an email over to info @, but no response.
     

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