Viberg might be known for their Serious Footwear, but like Stefon’s favorite New York clubs, their second spring drop has a little bit of everything: sneakers, deck shoes, slip-ons, Chelseas, white-bottom oxfords, side-zip boots and an acid house DJ set from the kid in Honey I Blew Up the Kid, only he now goes by Young Coconut Water now.
(Only one of those is unconfirmed, but I’ll let you decide which.)
Of particular note—probably because I’m still allergic to boots—are the deck shoes, sneakers and slip-ons, which are made with a lightweight, Dyneema bonded leather Viberg is calling Hyperlapse, and happen to be available in four versatile colorways.
Because I’m not a monster, however, I still appreciate all the good things happening with the stitchdown options. It’s a diverse range of classic styles, packed with subtle tweaks and made with a host of incredible materials, materials that include a waxed deer, a used horsehide, a matte calfskin and an oiled natural horsebutt—the last one sourced from Shinki Tannery in Japan. Of course, it is.
They’re all available from $450 at Viberg.