Heads up Viberg Heads, Division Road just got another exclusive with the longtime Canadian bootmaker and there are no strings attached. The brown split horsebutt Slippers use brown vegetable tanned leather from the area of the cowhide between the shell and flesh, which explains the rippling and spotting of the grain, and every pair has their own unique pattern. On a shoe style like a slipper, the leather really shines, especially considering Viberg went ahead and made their version a wholecut, meaning one single panel of leather. If you’re into leather goods with markings earned naturally, straight from the farm and tannery, these might be the slipper in your Cinderella story.
Made in Canada, the Slippers also feature a soft calfskin lining, 360-degree Goodyear storm welt, an unstructured toe and (dovetail) heel, and leather sole. The slippers also come slipped in a collab-branded dust bag so you can keep them free from dust and dirt so you can wear them in the house, but with slippers cut from such rugged leather, you’ll want to show them off.
Available for $560 at Division Road.