As the shoemaker’s first-ever model, the Viberg Service Boot has come in many different iterations over the years, but none perhaps quite as unique as the latest pair offered by the Canadian heritage brand.
Unlike its conventional veg-tanned predecessors, the leather for the current release has been specially tanned fully in natural olive oil, giving the boot a beautiful cream-toned finish — a lighter shade perfect for the spring weather to come. Boasting a stitch-down construction, the model couples smooth leather panels with a marbled midfoot riding up to the ankle, which offers a playful textured aesthetic all the while retaining its rugged tone. Completing the look are two-toned chocolate-brown leather laces running through vintage brass eyelets, a brogued toecap, as well as a chunky white Vibram Moreflex sole on Viberg’s very own 2030 last.
For those interested, you can now grab a pair of Viberg’s Natural Olive Tan Service Boots over on its website, retailing for $690 USD.
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