Viberg + Division Road Horween Heritage Collection

Viberg has long been synonymous with the upper echelon of book makers. Now they are collaborating with Washington-based Division Road for the release of the Horween Heritage Collection. The collab consists of two pairs of work boots and two trench boots , both of which utilize the legendary Chicago Horween leather. The work boots pay homage to vintage era styling and feature split soles, a larger silhouette and taller heels. The trench boots are more of a low-profile and feature wedge soles from Vibram. All four of these boots are beautifully crafted and would make an excellent addition to any man's closet.
Buy From Division Road / $725
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