Viberg’s ‘Terrain’ Boot Collection Was Inspired By Loggers From The PNW

Since its founding in 1931, Viberg has been crafting hard-wearing work boots that combine both premium materials as well as striking silhouettes. And the best part is — with a clientele that ranges from firefighters to ironworkers to servicemen — they not only look the part; they’re made to last.

With the launch of its two-piece ‘Terrain Collection,’ Viberg is paying homage to the 1970s loggers of the Pacific Northwest and the extreme conditions they faced on a daily basis. Available in two styles — ‘Hiker’ and ‘Paschena Bay’ — each boot features an upper cut from a single piece of C.F. Stead Roughout leather, with the former being of a Light Visone Kudu variety and the latter a Fallow Eco Veg. Elsewhere, you’ll find gunmetal hardware, a Commando sole, and Goodyear welt — a combination that offers both long-lasting durability as well as excellent all-weather performance. And when you consider that you can even get them fitted with Thinsulate insulation, they make for quite the retro redux. They’re available now for $750 at the link below.

Purchase: $750