This transatlantic collaboration has given rise to low and high footwear options, both of which blend elements of classic hiking and Monkey Boot silhouettes.
The Japanese mag, celebrated for its coverage of vintage fashion, has put its own spin on a pair of shoes from celebrated English shoemaker, Tricker's.
Despite being steeped in heritage, Viberg doesn't rule out modern developments, and C.F. Stead's chrome-free leather is certainly forward-thinking.
The Halkett is based from a 1940s-era Canadian Military Officer pattern and is a bit dressier than the classic Service Boot silhouette.