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Viberg Renders Its Service Boot In New “Zulu” Waxed Kudu

Using Kudu, an antelope found in southern Africa, Viberg has created two iterations of its classic leather service boot, both of which are the perfect departure from run-of-the-mill boots without straying too far from the path. In other words the Service Boot® 2040 – Zulu Waxed Kudu and Service Boot® 1035 BCT – Zulu Waxed Kudu are not just novelty boots made from an exotic leather.

The furthest thing from phoned in, the choice of Kudu was used because of the leather’s unique; appearance, texture, and qualities, all of which make it perfect for elevating the Service Boot’s iconic and timeless design. With a grain unlike any other and a luxurious suede reverse, there may be no going back. But like with all Viberg boots, this isn’t a problem because they were built for the long haul. Featuring Viberg’s famous “stitchdown” technique, look forward to a double row of stitching that attaches the upper to the sole.

Made in small batches in their Victoria, BC factory, these two boots may vary in some details – with the 1035 last featuring a more streamlined slick appearance with its Ridgeway sole, and the 2040 last going a little more rugged with the commando sole – these won’t be around for long so if there was a time to pounce, well…..

Available from $800 from Viberg

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