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Red Wing Heritage 6 Inch Iron Ranger Boot

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The cork sole, at first hard, wears to perfectly fit your foot like a glove after extended wear.
This is my second pair of Iron Rangers, the quality and fit are superb just as my first pair.
After about 2 weeks of wearing them the leather moves with my ankle perfectly and give some support when needed.
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  • Leather
  • Manmade sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 6.5" from arch
  • Heel measures approximately 1"
  • Platform measures approximately 0.50"
  • Marks and scratches are common in these types of leathers. They can be removed easily by rubbing your finger on the leather.

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Red Wing Iron Ranger Boots... casual boots for everyday wear! Lace up these chore-busters for your weekend projects! Durable tan leather uppers feature contrast stitch details for a stylish look. Non-marking soles are oil-resistant for years of wear. Details: Cap toe design; Durable stitch-down welt; Each Boot weighs 24 ozs.; State Size and Color. Order yours today! Men's Red Wing Iron Ranger Boots

Handcrafted in the USA with durable stitch-down welt construction and premium quality leather, the Iron Ranger boot from Red Wing will offer years of comfortable wear. This robust boot is built on a non-marking, oil-resistant sole and handsomely detailed with contrast stitching, a cap toe, and high polish hooks and eyelets.

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  • ASIN: B0032UYNKI
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: USA
  • Item model number: 6" Iron Ranger
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,194 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    183 of 195 people found the following review helpful By TODD PIGNATARO on November 8, 2010
    Once a loyal customer to another popular bootmaker, my wife approached me last year about giving Red Wing a trial run. She'd found some handsome looking boots shortly before Christmas. They were not insulated (unlike any other boot I'd ever owned) and expensive -- about three times what we usually paid for boots. I was initially apprehensive. Snow and brutally cold winters are a trademark for almost 1/2 the year here, so uninsulated boots seemed impractical. These boots, however, she pointed out had one prime quality luring us into our local Red Wing store: they were handmade in Minnesota, USA. Subjective Red, White and Blue pride aside, these boots exemplify the supreme superiority of American craftsmanship vis-a-vis foreign footwear. They're now a year old. Wore them all last winter, through the spring, even some days in the summer and now back to day-in and day-out wear. They are worth every nickel. After a coat of mink oil polish this weekend in preparation for the upcoming snows, the boots look brand new but feel even better. That's because the leather is supple. Think of that baseball glove from your youth, worn in from years of love. These boots are already there. The waterproof leather keeps the water out and your feet are never too warm or too cold. Rule Number One: Always Listen To Your Wife. Rule Number Two: See Rule Number One, and while you're at it, get your feet into the right pair of boots. Yes, Virginia, there is a vast ocean of difference between the American hand-crafted, sewn leather Iron Ranger at $250-$300 that I'll wear for years to come and the run-of-the mill $100 overseas, machine-glued together hiker I'd once found serviceable, albeit for a year or two. That difference in quality, craftsmanship, wearability, comfort and American pride is worth the extra 150 bucks or so...and then some.
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    170 of 199 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on April 2, 2011
    Purchased these boots in Amber Harness brown in a Red Wing store in Oklahoma City. I want to love these boots. Unfortunately, I don't.

    First of all: GO DOWN AT LEAST 1/2 SIZE FROM YOUR "NORMAL SIZE"!!! A lot of other reviewers have said this, and they are exactly right. These boots run BIG.

    These are awesome looking boots. They look with amazing with jeans, and go with any other casual outfit you can come up with. They are substantial boots - not too big, not too small. They don't have the ridiculously chunky "frankenstein" look of some work/hiking/motorcycle boots. The leather is very high quality with a uniform color and oil finish. Construction is VERY high quality. Triple-stitched seams and welted outsole of this quality are rare in a boot at this price point. Best of all, they are made in USA. Nice.

    THE BAD:
    NOTE**I was measured by a Red Wing salesman, and I spent about an hour trying on multiple sizes and widths. I am absolutely sure that any of the issues reported below are NOT due to an improper fit!**

    My main issue has to do with the (lack of) contour on the back of the boot, the heel counter, and the lack of arch support.

    If you look at a true side view of the Iron Ranger, notice that the seam from the heel to the top of the boot is basically straight. That is, there is very little curve up and over the top of the heel. Compare pics of the Iron Ranger side by side with the Red Wing Beckman (or Red Wing Gentleman Traveler) or White's semi-dress and you will see what I mean. The Beckman/Gentleman traveler has much more of a contour over the heel and along the back of the ankle/achilles.
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    28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Occasional Buyer on June 28, 2010
    Bought mine at the Red Wing Store in Red Wing, MN. Retail minus $30.00. Very handsom, classic and good looking boot. The craftsmanship and leather is all top quality.

    First week I struggled with the typical expected boot break in discomfort. After 30 days I was ready to give up on ever acheiving comfort. After about two months and two times with mink oil(they have never been water wet) I finally broke the leather.

    The leather is as soft as can be and a pleasure to touch with the hand. I will be wearing these as my "good" boots for meeting and job site review days and Friday night casual jean boots. My reasoning is that the leather is SO soft and beautiful that it would be a shame to really tear them up just yet.

    It's a fine boot, probably more suited for casual use, not construction. I will stick with my absolutely fantastic Red Wind 2414's for really gettin' down in the trenches!

    They run large. I bought 1/2 size smaller with the intention of adding RW insoles. If I did it again I would go a full size under because the insole as not really required.
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    70 of 95 people found the following review helpful By Jerad Koepp on January 6, 2014
    Men who last wore boots like this plowed and built America. This is a heritage boot of superior craftsmanship that easily justifies the price. If you are looking for a boot to match your over-sized wrist watch, greasy hair, and wears like a trainer please pass on. If you are looking for a boot to match your knit cap and look cute with your Subaru--pass on. These boots don't appreciate irony. If, however, you are the sort of person who shaves with a straight razor, eats steak for breakfast, and can turn a slab of oak into a fine coffee table with your collection of antique hand tools then look no further. Fine leather that ages and molds to your foot is exactly what men should look for in a boot. Soft feet are signs of a soft man. If breaking in a pair of boots that will be faithful and age gracefully is too much then please, stick with your Keens and your fair trade coffee. These boots are so handsomely constructed you could wear them in your workshop forging iron and later while relaxing in a club sipping a glass of Scotch. These boots are the real deal; the apex where style meets ruggedness. Unlike other expensive, designer logo department store boots made by children or machines for only a few dollars, these are hand stitched in The United States of America. Owning these boots may be the only American thing on your person. If a man takes care of these boots like he does his tools, they will last long enough to deserve resoling and put back into service. Be a man, buy American, buy these boots.
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