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Just received the Division Road Port Vitello Calf boots. The leather is really beautiful, and of course pictures can’t quite capture it (phone camera anyway). It almost has a purple tint to it. I think this is the same leather as the Colour 1071 Calf, as the full name listed on DR’s site is Port 1071 Vitello. Let me know if I’m wrong.

Finishing is very clean. I’m quite happy with these. About to do the old dog walk break-in.

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You are right, it's the same. It's one of the cooler options I saw at the MTO & sample sale.
 

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Just received the Division Road Port Vitello Calf boots. The leather is really beautiful, and of course pictures can’t quite capture it (phone camera anyway). It almost has a purple tint to it. I think this is the same leather as the Colour 1071 Calf, as the full name listed on DR’s site is Port 1071 Vitello. Let me know if I’m wrong.

Finishing is very clean. I’m quite happy with these. About to do the old dog walk break-in.

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They look great. The finishing on my camel version is really good as well.

The worn in photos they have in their Instagram really show off how well they age.
 

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Just received the Division Road Port Vitello Calf boots. The leather is really beautiful, and of course pictures can’t quite capture it (phone camera anyway). It almost has a purple tint to it. I think this is the same leather as the Colour 1071 Calf, as the full name listed on DR’s site is Port 1071 Vitello. Let me know if I’m wrong.

Finishing is very clean. I’m quite happy with these. About to do the old dog walk break-in.

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Please do it in shorts and post pics!
 

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They look great. The finishing on my camel version is really good as well.

The worn in photos they have in their Instagram really show off how well they age.
Now that I've worn them a little bit, I'm noticing that the left toe cap is slightly crooked. Probably only apparent from the point of view of the person wearing them. At least I'll be able to tell which pair are mine. ;)

The worn photos they had on their Instagram were definitely a deciding factor in this order.
 

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Has anyone tried their sneakers? Specifically, I was wondering about getting these for day hikes in Banff this summer: https://viberg.com/products/sneaker-grey-hyperlapse
Excellent idea, or should I stick with tried and true actual outdoor gear trail shoes?
 

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Has anyone tried their sneakers? Specifically, I was wondering about getting these for day hikes in Banff this summer: https://viberg.com/products/sneaker-grey-hyperlapse
Excellent idea, or should I stick with tried and true actual outdoor gear trail shoes?
For what it’s worth, I tried this exact pair on at the sample sale (it was cream colored) and they felt great. Good stability/ comfort from what I could tell by the few steps I took. Personally, I’d rather a pair of NB / Salomon for 1/4 the price.
 

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Has anyone tried their sneakers? Specifically, I was wondering about getting these for day hikes in Banff this summer: https://viberg.com/products/sneaker-grey-hyperlapse
Excellent idea, or should I stick with tried and true actual outdoor gear trail shoes?
I had a pair of sample sneakers on a different sole and wouldn't wear those hiking. However, did you see the hype video for the sneakers?
 

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I had a pair of sample sneakers on a different sole and wouldn't wear those hiking. However, did you see the hype video for the sneakers?
That’s the reason shell costs so much these days
 

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I had a pair of sample sneakers on a different sole and wouldn't wear those hiking. However, did you see the hype video for the sneakers?
That video might have documented the only time a pair of Viberg sneakers have been used for purposeful jogging and exercise. ;)
 

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Has anyone tried their sneakers? Specifically, I was wondering about getting these for day hikes in Banff this summer: https://viberg.com/products/sneaker-grey-hyperlapse
Excellent idea, or should I stick with tried and true actual outdoor gear trail shoes?
I’ve been wearing mine for 2 months now. I would say that horizontal stabilizing is lacking but the sole is amazing for support. The sole definitely earned it’s rollingait name. I have the seed colorway and I’m more concerned about ruining the outer suede in an intense hike. I’ve walked trails in them but wouldn’t do anything more. That’s my 2 cents.
 

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