You might be having a rough week, but I bet it’s not as rough as these Viberg x Division Road Service Boots in Black Oil Tan Roughout leather. The North-American connection between these two brands always results in great boots, and their latest collaboration is certainly no exception.
Sourced from Seidel Tannery in Wisconsin, this luxuriously textured black roughout leather is imbued with oil and wax to fend off water, dirt, and other dangers. The real perceptive one’s might’ve noticed that these boots appear to be a slightly different shape than Viberg’s usual Service Boot, and that’s because they are. They’re constructed on Viberg’s 310 last, which features a more curved toe that’s capped and finished with subtle pinking. This results in a more rugged silhouette that’s popular amongst motorcyclists and rockabilly-heads.
The Vibram 705 split sole helps accommodate this profile, and is fully re-craftable when the time comes. Each pair is expertly built with stitchdown construction by Viberg’s master bootmakers and comes complete with antique brass eyelets and cowhide laces.
Available exclusively at Division Road for $725.