- Sep 30, 2020
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No idea, earlier in the year they were excited about preorders for both shell and non-shell, but its been a while and no releases. I know Horween is incredibly behind on shell releases now as well.When are the shell releases coming out? Or was that schedule they had earlier nixed?
were those a size 9? I saw them passed around on grailed a few times I think and regret not snagging them lol
Those look fantastic on you. My foot floats around too much in sz9 1035, unfortunately.
There’s a niche, Japanese-craftsmanship fetish (really, a Japanese everything fetish) in western circles that a lot of vendors like to take advantage of, so they tack on a premium a lot of the time. Having lived in Japan for 4 years, likewise there’s a similar niche for certain American goods, particularly modern fashion goods that I saw and that my Japanese friends asked if I could procure.What makes a shoes price sky rocket just because the listing says “Japan” on it? I will add a example I'm so confused
I'm happy to see them putting out new 310 makeups. I really love me some 310! Just made a deal with a forum member and bought these beauties:up earlyOur most iconic silhouette dates back to the 1930's when Ed Viberg created it as a work boot for agriculture. Ed’s original pattern closely resembled the standard issue military boot, common to many Allied countries during WW2. We have since reworked the original pattern to find the perfect...viberg.com
Almost all the ebay listings for Vibergs from Japan are 3rd party resellers. What they do is they list the pairs and use the pictures from one of a few Japanese domestic auction sites and then they buy the pair and ship it to you. A chunk of change of what you're paying is essentially their fee. Viberg's market presence in Japan is wild as Brett has always wanted them to have a foothold there. There's a lot of old models floating around there and they're often more workboot-y than what is produced today.What makes a shoes price sky rocket just because the listing says “Japan” on it? I will add a example I'm so confused
- I thought these were the case but it doesn’t look like it says they are “made in Japan” after all. Still don’t understand the price.
Is this the sweet potatoes? Nice color on this pair regardless I like what they did with the tongue. Idk what leather it has on it but it looks nice