Viberg bootmakers recently paired with Division Road Inc. to whip up a banger of a new collection in the form of three exclusive pairs of Canadian-made boots. Calling back to not only the company’s history but also the greater history of the work boot, the new Service Boot is offered up in two variations – Natural and Brown Waxed Flesh.
Produced by the famous Horween Tannery in Chicago, these leathers resemble the ever-popular Chromexcel. Except in this case the wax is applied on the rough side of the leather. This results in a semi water-resistant leather that’s still able to evolve with age. The Natural boot features a 2045 last and antique brass eyelets. The Brown Waxed boot takes a similar shape but features an added brogue toe cap, a 310 1950’s Service Boot last, and commando lug sole.
The third boot in this mix is the black roughout Scout Boot. Taken from the classic Viberg 105 logger dating back to the early 1950’s, this 6″ boot is all class and comfort with a wider 1035 last and Vibram 2060 sole. It too features brass hardware, stitch-down construction, and comes with rawhide and flat waxed laces.
Find all three only at Division Road Inc..