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Viberg goes back to the 1920s for its Bernhard Boot

The boot arrives after seven years of development.
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Viberg Bernhard Boot

Viberg knows good things take time and that's the approach they took with their new Bernhard boot. The style is the end result of seven years of sampling and development and was inspired by a rare design from the 1920s from founder Brett Viberg's own personal collection. The boot features a snuff calf suede upper from the UK with brass eyelets, a brown crepe sole, natural flat welt, and Goodyear welt construction. The boot will also come in a Mocha Vintage leather this Friday.


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