If you know Amekaji-heritage clothing and boots, you know the name John Lofgren. His footwear has become a staple of this hobby and his engineers are considered by many to be one of the models that kicked off the current engineer revival we have been experiencing lately. Lofgren engineers were my first pair of Amekaji-heritage… Continue reading John Lofgren Interview
In my last boot review, I discussed Urban Shepherd Boots, a fairly new boot company aiming to take a bite out of the highly sought after sub-$300 boot market. Today, I will discuss another brand aiming to make themselves a king of this category. Mark Albert Boots was started by Mark Albert not long ago.… Continue reading Mark Albert Boot Review
Is it time for me to eat my words? By now, I think most people are aware of my now infamous What Happened to Viberg article which is my most read article on my website by a wider margin than the gap between Pandemic’s beloved Star War: Battlefront II and EA’s disastrous version. While that… Continue reading Viberg Service Boot Review
In the last review, I took a look at my Red Wing boots, concluding that I liked them despite their many flaws and the fact that they are expensive for what they are. Red Wings are ubiquitous in the denim world and in my opinion, are undeniably overrated by a large swath of denim heads.… Continue reading Motor Leather Lace Up Boots Review (Moto Japan)
*Keep in mind that this article was originally written several years ago and the information is now outdated in some ways. Specifically, Truman does not seem to be nearly as big of a deal as they used to be and probably aren't doing much to take away sales from Viberg at this point. Some updates… Continue reading What Happened to Viberg?