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Handmade in Canada since 1931

Service Boot® 2030 - Brown Chromexcel®

£689
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In the US & Canada, Viberg Boots size differently so we recommend sizing down 1 full size, or if you have wide feet, 1/2 a size down. Unless noted, all widths are size E.

Worldwide, take your standard size. If you need sizing help, reach out on chat.

Based off of a Vintage Canadian Military Parade last. This last features a low profile silhouette and elongated almond-shaped toe. This last accommodates most foot shapes in the standard E width. Due to the research and development of the 2030 last, this tends to fit almost every type of foot.

Our 2030 is our most commonly used last and is a good basis of comparison when looking to fitting our other lasts.

The timeless design and rugged durability of the Stitchdown Service Boot® are synonymous with the Viberg brand and have been since 1931. 

Chromexcel®, known for its unique pull-up, has been produced by Horween for over 100 years. The recipe involves chrome and vegetable tanning and requires 89 individual steps and a minimum of 28 days to complete. The result is an incredibly durable leather with a refined & rugged finish that gets better with age.

Small batch, limited run production from our factory in Victoria, BC.

• Horween Chromexcel® (USA)
• Dainite Sole
• Brass Eyelets
• Natural Midsole
• Stitchdown Construction
• Built on 100% leather Viberg "Chassis"
• Leather Toe Puff

The Original Pull-up Leather

Horween Leather Company has been producing its proprietary Chromexcel® tannage, famous for its patina, since 1905. The secret to this chrome & vegetable tannage lies in the recipe of wax, oils, and greases infused into the leather that moves with wear to produce a unique pull-up.

Old World Craftsmanship

Like Viberg, Horween uses time-honored production techniques developed nearly 100 years ago. The Chromexcel® tanning process involves 89 individual steps and a minimum of 28 days to complete. The result is an incredibly durable leather with a refined & rugged finish that gets better with age.

Industrial DNA

Developed for use in mechanical gaskets during WWI, Chromexcel®, in addition to a unique pull-up, is among the most durable leathers that Horween produces.