Division Road and Viberg Sweeten the Service Boot with Honey Tanned Horsehide
Another exclusive boot to Seattle retailer, Division Road, Viberg‘s venerable Service Boot gets a sweet touch. Made in conjunction with menswear Instagrammer, Jeff Depano, the uppers use Italian horsehide that’s been tanned with actual honey. Normally, that’d attract hordes of ants. Instead, it’s just going to attract a gang of #usbootfreaks.
Capped off with a brogue’d cap toe, it’s dressed up enough for that wedding in the Redwoods that you have to attend. Once you’ve finished flexing on fools, making the bridal party ashamed of the sorry outfits they chose to wear on their most treasured day, the boots will last you for countless walks to your local cafe thanks to the stitchdown construction and Dainite rubber soles. Lace up with either the flat waxed laces, the rawhide leather laces, or, if you want to really confuse people, both. But, because the bee population is disappearing at an alarming rate, this release is limited.
Available for $750 at Division Road.