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Viberg Boots

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

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  1. Kahuna75

    Kahuna75 Senior member

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    Well I am able to wear a Chelsea or side zip boots with denim, chinos or even wool/tweed/flannels etc. So I find it pretty versatile to dress up or down.

    As far as better with time...to me suede always looks better beaten up. They look great initially but with some wear they will improve. Plus the horsehide rough out should take on a really unique character.
     
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    Ok, so I'm not crazy to have thought these were unstructured? thats what Guy told me at the sample sale...but when I posted recently that the shells were unstructured somebody else replied that all shells are partially structures...I dont even know anymore...

    These are definitely my most voluminous 'bergs in the toebox/vamp, but if I try to put in a thin insole or thick socks, they are too tight right on the top of my foot where the tongue starts. Can't seem to win. Maybe my foot is shaped funny?
     
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    ... so much, he'd gift them to his clones.
     
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    Ended picking these 310s up in brown waxed flesh for a winter boot. Really dig the shape, it can see how it's sorta polarizing haha.
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    How does 310 fit compared to 1035? 1035 fits be pretty perfectly at 11.5. 110 and 2030 are too tapered in the same size.
     
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    310 is not tapered at all
     
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    natural shell

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    Those are nice, dude.
     
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    those look great, would love to see the natural under sunlight.

    @Mghart that black waxed looks really good on 310 last
     
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    I don't recall anyone posting pics of their Route 10 Chukkas so below are mine.

    I went with my normal size 10.5. These fit bigger than my other 110's and I was "this close" to selling them. But with tongue and heel pads and thick Norse projects socks, they are just fine.

    They are supposed to be Natural CXL but the leather seems closer to Brown CXL at the moment. But they are real purdy methinks.
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    In the socks pic it looks closer to natural. Other two pics definitely look brown. They look great.
     
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    People thought I was crazy to suggest kudu rough out too...[​IMG]
     
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    @rydenfan those look terrific...Is the Kudu Viberg uses super soft? My AE kudo boots are like soft slipper boots...love them.

    went with the Horsebutts today...
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    yup! I pretty much refer to them as slippers
     
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    they look great....
    Boy I could use a pair of grey boots. HAHA
     
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    Yeah, those kudus look amazing. I really hope Viberg releases a 2030 version or Chelsea or side-zip at some point in that leather. I'd be all over it.
     
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    Rydenfans in the wild pic of those smoke reverse kudu's got me to jump on them at .com. I believe he designed them for a SF GMTO?

    He definitely can design a great boot.

    Here are a couple of pics I've posted before of them but in case you missed them:
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    Its a very nice.
     
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    ^^

    Those grey Kudu look insane. Damn..
     

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