Viberg Service Boot - 310 - Vibram Gloxi - Black Oil Tan Roughout
The Service Boot in Black Oil Tan Roughout is an updated interpretation of Viberg's original work boot, designed by company founder Edwin Viberg in 1931 and inspired by a similar pattern used by many nations as a standard issue military boot during WWII. This full-grain Black Oil Tan produced by Seidel Tannery is impregnated with a high content of oil and wax to protect against water and dirt, and flipped on the Roughout side for a sturdy and renewable nap. This substantial boot utilizes the historic 310 Last, sometimes referred to as the 1950’s Service Boot because of its rockabilly sprung toe and motorcycle boot profile, yet it was originally designed to replicate a natural heel to toe gait for safety in industrial work environments. Created to be an aggressive and modern moto-inspired boot, we included a separate counter and leather heel pull for balance and function, a straight cap toe for proportional refinement with a fully structured toe for protection in the harsh conditions in which this boot is design to function. For tonal and textural interest, we applied gun black eyelets, a smooth grain bellows tongue, and a black all season, all terrain Vibram Gloxi-cut sole. These stylized design elements provide contrast to the warm toned natural midsole to enhance and balance the proportions of this piece. Elegantly assembled by Viberg craftsmen using stitchdown construction, the result is a commanding boot built to part crews and crowds with unshakable purpose.
- Black Oil Tan Roughout – Seidel (USA)
- Exclusive to Division Road
- 310 Last
- Cap Toe
- Structured Toe
- Gun Black Eyelets
- Leather Heel Pull
- Natural Midsole
- Vibram Gloxi-Cut Sole
- Black Rawhide and Flat Waxed 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