Service Boot® in Bruciato Maryam Horsebutt
Viberg is still owned and managed by the same family since its creation in 1931.
They use traditional manufacturing methods and only the best components sourced from around the world: custom brass nails from Japan, heavyweight insoles from Spain, Vibram outsoles from Italy, eyelets and hardware from the USA and more.
Much of the manufacturing process looks the same today as it did when Edwin Viberg founded the company nearly 100 years ago. They have managed to preserve his methods and quality, while selectively introducing modern materials and techniques.
Their uncompromising approach to quality extends all the way through to the leather sourcing philosophy. They travelled the world to find tanneries that embody the same old world ideals and small batch production that they aim to preserve. Their leathers come mostly from small, family run tanneries in the USA, UK, Italy, France, Japan and other countries. They work directly alongside these suppliers to form real, sustainable partnerships and develop unique and exclusive products.
This boot is built on the 2030 last, which is a last that has is roots in the Canadian military troops. It has a low profile silhouette and an almond shaped toe.
This particular version for SS22 comes unlined, ideal for people who wants to wear boots in a warmer environment.
- Last-Call: No Return or Exchange
- Maryam Horsebutt TPR (Italy)
- Brogue Cap Toe (BCT)
- Unlined in the Shaft, Lined in the Vamp
- 2030 last, E width
- Stitchdown construction
- Natural midsole, 100% leather Viberg Chassis
- Gunmetal eyelets & speed hooks
- Partially structured toe
- Ridgeway brown sole
- Flat and Round Cotton Waxed laces
- Dust bags
- 1oz bottle of Viberg shoe cream
- Made in Canada in the Viberg family factory
Note: Imperfections on the leathers are normal and expected as the leathers used by Viberg are not heavily finished but keeping their natural finishes as much as possible. (unlike leathers from luxury brands)
Luca is 1m80, 74kg, wears size 10 or EU44/US11/UK10.Luca wears Shoes Like Pottery sneakers and most flat sneakers in EU44/US11/UK10.
Luca's foot measures approximately EU45 on Brannock device, therefore he sized Viberg as the general recommendation suggests, which means 1 size down from Brannock device (or by taking your UK size).