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Custom Viberg Service Boot

Back in the spring, I decided to have a pair of custom Viberg Boots made for myself. This is never an easy task as there are so many options to consider regarding not only the components to the boot, shoe, which leather you'll go with, but even just choosing the model can be a challenge.

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Article: Custom Viberg Service Boot

Reader Comments (3)

great boots! did you order the boots through the website or did you have to contact them directly to have this particular style made? i really like this style but i do not see this style in their available custom list.

November 21, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterjoseph

Yes, you do have to contact them directly to order a pair. They currently only stock their workboots on their main site at workboot.com.

November 21, 2012 | Registered CommenterDarian Hocking

Hi Darian,

Nice pictures of your very comfy looking service boots broken in and greased up for the wet weather here on the island.

We have some good news for those who LUST over Viberg Boots then suffer the embarrassment of a “Soft-off” after hearing the wait time. We are proud to announce that by early march 2013 Viberg will launch a site carrying ONLY our Lifestyle Collection as well as a re-vamped CBB (Custom Boot Builder) in some form or another as we iron out the wrinkles.

So far, we have a limited supply of around 7 pair of a modified Boondocker with brown thread. We also have a small supply of two separate Service Boots in-stock. One style is two-tone like Burg & Schild’s orders and solid black Chromexcel with toe caps. Best way is to call or email me directly inquiries@workboot.com

Jason Viberg

December 7, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJason Viberg

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