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If those mahog shell are 12s let me know, lol.Hey Mofos, long time no see. I ordered the brown J&FJ in EE after not buying any Vibergs in a few years. I’m not a fan of my Mahogany shell pair I have and been looking for an alternative pair for a while now. These should get a lot more wear.
Cloe natural shell is now 1450$
Yeah its cheaper if you use non-horween shell, but I would also expand to most ID makers if you want to use non-horween shell. Its that venn diagram of horween shell + stitchdown that's crazy expensive.Cloe natural shell is now 1450$
Shinki is $900
I have to weigh my flamepandas I have - they are extremely heavy and tanks. My personal opinion is you are getting a Viberg++ in terms of quality and qc.
aesthetic is more similar to Vibergs than your carmina And enzo
yeah I wish I could have used horween shell - but FP did not have any horween shells thick enough for an unstructured boondocker. ?Yeah its cheaper if you use non-horween shell, but I would also expand to most ID makers if you want to use non-horween shell. Its that venn diagram of horween shell + stitchdown that's crazy expensive.
Second here for Alden shell, having handled them in person. Also I love how Alden gives their stockists full creative control over custom makeups. It's like Viberg stockists in the late 2010's on steroids.I'm losing interest in the shell cordovan Vibergs, Any other good makers out there?