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This is that Seidel tannery aged bark right?New makeups from Cultizm. Aged Bark and a Black Pebble Grain w/ side zip.
Yeah looks like a Lactae Hevea Country crepe soleThis is that Seidel tannery aged bark right?
Also, black boots have a metal side zip. Doesn’t look bad but not for me. also I thought that the soles were Itshide but they aren’t. They’re that mysterious one from a photo from a couple weeks ago.
@honestpanda is correct. Viberg had used some other leathers Seidel used to make but no longer do before they started using aged bark. Think it was called copper task and there was another one before that.I think it’s always been Seidel
You have no idea what you’re talking aboutI would not recommend them being tight initially. If anything I’ve found boots to get slightly shorter from increased toe spring after wearing them. If they are short lengthwise I’ve found them to be worse as I wear them. If they are too tight width wise then the leather has almost never stretched to be comfortable. I would go with slightly loose