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1940 RS-1 MCB




Made to Measure (MTM) Boot

(42 month waiting list)

Full Payment at time of Ordering.


Original Design 2016 and Build from Gabbard, the 1940 RS-1 MCB series "Ribbed Shifter" (Motorcycle Boot) is the most uniquely aggressive and hand-crafted Kustom (made to measure) Workwear Cap Toe boot of its kind.


Designed with strips of Harness Leather the HALF-Shifter placement over the Cap Toe  RS "Ribbed Shifter" was built to protect from foot fatigue and guide the rider when shifting through the gears, the "Ribbed Shifter" is a one of a kind design concept from Gabbard of MYG / KREOSOTE . 

Built on the rare 40-MCB wooden Last and modified with leather buildup techniques to fit the clients custom measured foot exactly. 
Engineering a fit for the future, this boots design offers a true level of comfort and style that will last you a lifetime.

LEATHER UPPERS: American Horween Chromexcel 5.5 oz Full-grain.

R.S.RIBBED SHIFTER: 4 rows of 1.5 mm x 2.0 mm Harness Leather.

HEEL COUNTER: KREOSOTE signature XXX Back-Curve Heel Counters. 9 separate pieces of Leather mapping the heel to support the Achilles tendon and allow the foot to be locked into place as the rider shifts and walks. 

WIDTH: Kustom

LENGTH: Kustom 
THREAD: A&E #277 weight  Black, Double stitched, Double row. 
TOP HEIGHT: 6 inches with (6) Antique Brass Eyelets and 2 Speed Hooks.

CAP TOE: Structured with 3oz Veg Tanned Leather. 
IN-SOLE: Leather 11 Iron 1/4" Hand-cut Channel and Holdfast, 360 degree German Hand-Welted and Hand in-seam stitched with Waxed cotton-poly Thread, 6 inch Steel Shank, 1/8 inch blue-cloud padded Insert.
MID-SOLE: 10 mm Leather Veg-Tanned

OUT-SOLE: 10 mm Rubber Heavy Duty  

OUTSOLE STITCHED: Gritzner Hand-cranked.

HEEL: 1 Inch / Leather Stacked with Rubber Vibram 700 series Heel.


The 1940 RS-1 MCB Boot has a 42 month waiting list.


After placing your purchase order, go to the Customer page on this site and view the Measurement guide Tech Info and then Direct Message Gabbard ( To communicate further about the measurement process procedures.

1940 RS-1 MCB

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