This Multi-Generational Hiking Boot Combines Viberg’s Iconic Patterns

Jun 11, 2019

Category: Gear

The average guy would scoff at the prospect of boots during the summer, but when two industry powerhouses come together for an exceptional collaboration, we’re all ears. Division Road and the renowned footwear aficionados at Viberg have partnered up for a multi-generational throwback with the Hiking Hunter Boot — a collaborative effort drawing inspiration from the company’s prestigious past.

Referencing one of Viberg’s most transcendental silhouettes, the Hiking Hunter recalls the company’s classic 1980-era workboot pattern, while also tapping into numerous other outdoor styles prominent in the ’60s. Premium materials like Tobacco Chamois Leather from Horween, Goodyear Welt Construction, and a durable Commando lug sole keep the Hiking Hunter in contention with modern outdoor boots, while an oiled, natural matte finish ensures that it will age with grace. If you’re interested in acquiring your own pair of retro footwear, head to Division Road’s website. The Hiking Hunter’s are available now for $745.

Purchase: $745

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