✕Size Reviewed: US 10.0 d
Length: Slightly Long
These are acceptable boots if you get them on sale. Otherwise you should consider Canada West Boots or Grant Stone. The Vibram 430 sole is good and long lasting, but the low block heel throws off the balance of the boot. In my pair the round toe has collapsed a bit, even thought the toe is structured—it doesn't look nearly as bulbous as the IRs. I wouldn't be ashamed to wear these, but I wouldn't buy them again.
✕Viberg | #45x | Unknown LastSize Reviewed: US 10.0 d
Black oil tanned leather, Vibram 1276 sole. Steel toe.
Length: Slightly Short
Width: Slightly Narrow
These are a steel toe work boot that, to my knowledge, Viberg no longer makes. They have a medium amount of arch support (although they are the only PNW boots I have experienced so I don't know how it compares). The blown polyurethane heel block adds a really nice amount of shock absorption if you're walking on a hard surface, but the #1276 Sierra sole is very grippy. I am saddened that these boots are no longer in construction because they were incredible value.