This Service Boot is the most iconic product for Viberg that dates back to 1931. The 310 last has a generous fir for almost anyone and sprung toe is very characteristic for the boots built on this last.
The 310 last is defined by a distinct boxy toe shape, known as a sprung toe, which creates a natural rocking motion with each step. The sprung toe was designed in the early 1900s as a way to make stiff-soled industrial boots more comfortable to walk in. Our 310 last is inspired by the characteristics of two vintage lasts; a British climbing boot and a mid-century work boot, with a distinct "bump" in the toe. We combined elements from each of these profiles to create the 310 last, which has a very unique shape and fit. Very comfy. Very good last but what makes this boot unique is the used leather hide.
Kudu leather has a lot of character — natural little scuffs and markings from the wild life of the Kudu that will only be enhanced and highlighted over time, helping you achieve that perfect broken-in boot look it can often take years to achieve. At this moment we can only suggest how it will look like after one or five years. But it will look good, for sure.