Viberg Service Boot - 2030 - Dainite - Kudu
The Waxed Snuff Naked Kudu Service Boot is an updated interpretation of Viberg’s original work boot, designed by company founder Edwin Viberg in 1931 and inspired by a standard issue military boot pattern used by several nations during WWII. This boot features a true antelope leather from the UK's own C.F. Stead Tannery that specializes in developing uncorrected Kudu leathers with full aniline finishes to highlight the traits of the wild animal hides, which exhibit real scarring and scratches that are typical of these plain-dwelling animals. With its renowned natural and irregular pebbled grain characteristics and texture, a white wax coating in the tanning process yields a semi-gloss finish with an added layer of protection. Molded on the ever-popular 2030 Last for a sleek silhouette, the boot is completed with a brogue cap toe, vintage brass eyelets and a Dainite sole. Each detail is elegantly assembled by exacting Viberg craftsmen using stitchdown construction, yielding a boot that's perfect for those looking for a darker brown color and a rough-yet-formal aesthetic. Durable with visual depth, this is a versatile style piece that will fit into a wide range of wardrobe arrangements while standing the test of time.
- Waxed Snuff Naked Kudu - C.F. Stead (UK)
- Exclusive to Division Road
- 2030 Last
- Brogue Cap Toe
- Partial Structured Toe
- Antique Brass Eyelets
- Natural Midsole
- Dainite Sole
- Flat Waxed & Rawhide Laces
- Stitchdown Construction
- VB x DR Collaboration Dust Bags
- Handcrafted in Canada
For those who are buying Viberg for the first time, be aware that they fit closer to UK rather than US sizes. As a general rule when sizing for Viberg, we suggest you select (1) size down from a common US boot and shoe, or (1.5) sizes down from a US sneaker.
For additional information consult our Sizing Guide.
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Founded in 1931 by Ed Viberg, the Canadian company is now in its 3rd generation of being entirely family owned and operated. Ed's son, Glen Viberg, has been on the factory floor for over 40 years, working each station and ensuring quality on every run that leaves the factory. Viberg uses traditional manufacturing methods and only the best materials sourced from around the world. There are over 200 steps of production, all performed in their Victoria, B.C. facility by skilled craftspeople.... View All Viberg Products