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Viberg Unleashes A Duo Of Shinki Leather Service Boots

Viberg has served its Service Boot in two new different flavors of premium Shinki horsehide for its hungry cult following. The Viberg Service Boot is coming up on a century of service. First crafted in 1931, it’s been housing worker’s feet in and out of the factory ever since.

Viberg went ahead and cut this run out on their 2030 last with Japanese Shinki Latino Horsehide, a fine, full-grain leather that soft/supple, with a firm temper, and is usually completely pristine. You don’t get much better than Shinki for small leather goods. Care for these will be virtually nonexistent – just brush them when they get a bit of dirt on them and oil them every few years if they’re really dry.

Details on this classic Service Boot include a smart-looking brogue cap toe, a Dainite brown sole, vegetable-tanned leather lining throughout, vintage grommets, and vintage speed hooks.

Stitchdown constructed in Canada, and sure to serve your paws well for years to come.

Available for $830 at Viberg