1940 RS-3 MCB
A 2017-Original Design and Build from Gabbard, the 1940 RS-3 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 a HALF-Shifter placement over the Cap Toe on the LEFT side only and handmade by Gabbard the R.S. "Ribbed Shifter" was built to protect from foot fatigue and guide the rider effortlessly when shifting through the gears, the "Ribbed Shifter" is a one of a kind design concept from MYG HANDMADE.
Built on the rare 40-MCB wooden Last and modified with leather buildup techniques to fit the clients kustom 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: Horween Chromexcel Tanned 5.5 oz Full-grain.
R.S. Ribbed Shifter: 4 rows of 1.5mm x 2.0mm Harness Leather Strips stitched and cemented over a 5.5oz Leather Cap Toe then cemented over a 1.2mm Veg-Tanned Leather Cap Toe reinforcement cover, then cemented over another 5.5oz leather Cap Toe.
MYG signature XXX Back-curve Heel Counters with 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.
LEATHER COLOR: BROWN
THREAD: 277 GOLD, Double stitched, Double row.
TOP HEIGHT: 6 inches with (7) Antique Brass Eyelets and 2 Speed Hooks.
HEEL COUNTER: KREOSOTE signature XXX Back-Curve Heel Counters.
CAP TOE: Structured (4oz Leather Toe Puff)
IN-SOLE: Leather 10-11 Iron, 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 insole.
MID-SOLE: Leather 10mm Veg-Tanned
OUT-SOLE: Rubber Heavy Duty Full Sole
OUT SOLE STITCHED: Gritzner Handcrank.
HEEL: 1 Inch Leather Stacked + Rubber Heel.
The 1940 RS-3 MCB Boot has a 6 to 8 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 (email@example.com) To communicate further about the measurement process procedures.