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Viberg Engineer Boots in Black Oil Tan Roughout and Smoothout - Size 9

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by thebluecasket, Jun 18, 2016.

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    Brand New // Viberg Engineer Boots in Black Oil Tan Roughout and Smoothout, Size 9

    Man, these are some badass boots. Brand new and in excellent condition. I believe the leather is black oil tan roughout and smoothout, though I'm not entirely sure. I love the nap of the black roughout paired with the smoothout heel counter, backstay, and strap. Not to mention the nickel hardware that really sets these off. Pair that with the chunky Vibram wedge sole and you've got a pair of boots that are absolute beasts.

    I tried them on, but sadly they're a hair too big for my feet. I'm a 9D, and while these are a size 9, I'm pretty sure it's built on an E-width last, as basically all other Vibergs are. If you're a 9.5D, these are probably made for you (or if you're a size 9 with wide feet).

    Feel free to let me know if you have any questions, and don't be hesitant to shoot me an offer.

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