Viberg’s Latest Boot is Cut from a Single Piece of Leather
Viberg is back with more leather lovin’, but this time around, the North American bootmakers are dipping their feet into wholecut shoes. Built on their 2030 last, this boot is about as sleek and smooth as they come, and a solid effort for the brand’s first wholecut leather product.
The Wholecut Boot is constructed from black washed horsehide, a relatively matte leather with a subtle grain that’s sure to develop a charming patina. Lined with kip leather, the nearly seamless upper is set upon a contrasting leather sole with a dovetail heel—a unit that can be easily replaced when the time comes, thanks to recraftable goodyear welt construction.
Wrapping things up, these black beauties are finished with a pair of tonal laces that thread through subtle blind eyelets, making them one of Viberg’s suavest boots to date.
Available from Viberg for $710.