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In an attempt to hark back to the 1940s and the means for creating leather goods for service men, the Type III Service Boot by Brett Viberg of Viberg Boot was created for Nick Horween of Horween Leather in appreciation for the heritage craft of which the Chicago leather legend is known for. Classic in its silhouette, the boots are a replica of past models that utilized leather types of old: Mechanical leather and Chromexcel — two such types that were commonly supplied by Horween Leather for the U.S. troops of yesteryear.
Source: FREE / MAN