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Viberg Boots

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

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  1. Atomkun

    Atomkun Well-Known Member

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    @fin666

    Yours looks awesome too and I would put Danite soles on mine if I gonna send it for resole in the future.
     


  2. b-ewing

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  3. seer

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    Quote: I know envy is a sin, but these boots are just stunning!
     


  4. Finn666

    Finn666 Well-Known Member

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    thanks a lot guys! @Atomkun @b-ewing @seer

    super happy with them i have to admit. here´s my other pair btw. ...

    IronHeartxViberg collab:

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  5. seer

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    Quote: I'm an old fart, so they are not my style - but they are super cool!
     


  6. Distorbiant

    Distorbiant Senior member

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    Do you guys think a Dainite, Commando, or Vibram Christy sole would look best on a black suede service boot?
     


  7. seer

    seer Senior member

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    I would go for the Dainite with natural edging. It would make a nice contrast.
     


  8. Finn666

    Finn666 Well-Known Member

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    dainite is THE sole to go for imo!...best for all seasons imo.
     


  9. Distorbiant

    Distorbiant Senior member

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    I've never worn a dainite sole before. What do they feel like?

    I was kind of turned off about how they don't perform well in winter conditions
     


  10. seer

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    I have had them in winter here in New England - and they were fine. And they don't track mud or snow into the house.
     


  11. Finn666

    Finn666 Well-Known Member

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    well tbh. haven´t worn mine in winter yet, but shouldn´t be so bad...and the feel?! feels like every other "normal" sole imo.
    nothing special and you don´t really notice that there´s a different profile as on a normal gum sole...

    but if you´re looking for some "good" soles for winter, then i´d suggest a vibram 100 sole.

    vibram 100 vs. vibram 430
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    does anyone have any reviews about the commando sole? in the photos it looks a bit clunky and ugly, not sure what to expect.
     


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    How long should I expect it to take for Viberg to get back to me after emailing a custom quote request?
     


  14. seer

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    I waited a week and heard nothing. Then I e-mailed Morgan directly and he got back to me in a day.

    [email protected]
     


  15. rydenfan

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    Thank you
     


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