Service Boot 310 in Aged Bark Chamois Roughout
Service Boot 310 in Aged Bark Chamois Roughout
Service Boot 310 in Aged Bark Chamois Roughout
Service Boot 310 in Aged Bark Chamois Roughout
Service Boot 310 in Aged Bark Chamois Roughout
Service Boot 310 in Aged Bark Chamois Roughout
Service Boot 310 in Aged Bark Chamois Roughout
Service Boot 310 in Aged Bark Chamois Roughout
Service Boot 310 in Aged Bark Chamois Roughout
Service Boot 310 in Aged Bark Chamois Roughout
Viberg

Service Boot 310 in Aged Bark Chamois Roughout

$ 860.00
Size: 7.5
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  • Viberg's 310 last features the distinctive Munson last toe bump, combined with elements of vintage climbing boots, characterized by its heavily sprung toe. Originally crafted in 1931, the Service Boot is a timeless design inspired by standard-issue military boot patterns. These boots have a minimalist design, allowing the quality of the raw materials and meticulous construction to take center stage.

    This iteration features an Aged Bark Roughout leather courtesy of Horween Tannery. This tannage features a hairy nap and velvet soft touch. The boots are anchored by Dr.Sole Supergrip soles and fused together using stitch down construction. Finished with tonal stitching, branded leather insole, and brogue toe caps.
    • 310 Last
    • Aged Bark Chamois Roughout from Horween Tannery, USA
    • Antique brass eyelets
    • Reinforced toe-cap
    • Natural leather midsole
    • Stitchdown construction
    • Dr. Sole Supergrip sole
    • Includes round and leather laces
    • Handcrafted in Victoria, B.C., Canada
  • The 310 last is Viberg's Munson toe, climbing boot shape, constructed with a low profile silhouette, raised/curved shape, and standard E width that fits most feet. Viberg boots run large. Recommend to take one size smaller from your Brannock size. Please email us at sales@blueowl.us for an individual recommendation.
  • Founded in 1931 by Edwin Viberg on the ethos of “made stronger to last longer”, Viberg’s commitment to quality throughout the decades has cemented their position as one of the best boot-makers in the world. Family owned and operated for 3 generations, today Brett Viberg continues to innovate what is possible to produce in a small workshop, while upholding the time-honored hand-made tradition his grandfather begun.

Founded in 1931 by Edwin Viberg on the ethos of “made stronger to last longer”, Viberg’s commitment to quality throughout the decades has cemented their position as one of the best boot-makers in the world. Family owned and operated for 3 generations, today Brett Viberg continues to innovate what is possible to produce in their small, Victoria, BC based workshop, while upholding the time-honored hand-made tradition his grandfather begun.