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Viberg debuts its take on the Jodhpur boot

The boot took a year of prototyping to get it just right.
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Viberg is introducing its take on the classic Jodhpur boot, a style that is said to date as far back as the 1920s when it was favored by polo players in India. It eventually became a fashion staple and is instantly recognizable with its unique strap and buckle closure system. Viberg's version features the signature two-piece upper and is wrapped in a full-length strap. The upper is made from a Bison-colored Janus calf suede from CF Stead and is built on a 2050 last and features Goodyear welt construction.


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