Tuesday, January 24, 2012
An exciting new addition for the Spring/Summer 2012 season is Viberg Boots. The Viberg company was founded in 1931 by Edwin Viberg and specialised in the production of work boots.
Today the label is run in its third generation by grandson Brett Viberg. The shoes and boots by the traditional family company are made in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and impress with the best leather and high-quality craftsmanship.
Kicking off the spring 2012 season are three welted models each available in two colours.
The half-height 1940s Service Army Boot made from suede leather with straight toe cap and Dainite rubber tread sole comes in the colours Vintage Tan and Mocha.
Available in sizes US 7.5 - 11, price: 619,90 Euro
The 5-Inch Chukka Boot with sand-coloured Vibram sole is also made from suede leather and is available in the brown tones Vintage Tan and Mocha.
Available in sizes US 7.5 - 11, price: 519,90 Euro
The Oxford 145, a loafer made from smooth black or brown leather, with straight-cut toe cap, has a white Vibram Christy sole.
Available in sizes US 7.5 - 11, price: 569,90 Euro
The three models are available at the 14 oz. store from now on.
To order or for questions regarding availability or sizes:
+49 (0)30 280 40 514
Mon. – Sat., 11 a.m. – 08 p.m.
Delivery via UPS.