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Red Wing Heritage Men's Classic Work Leather Chukka Boot

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Price: $199.00 - $260.00 & FREE Returns on some sizes and colors. Details
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really perfect and fit my jeans.worth the price.i think every man should get one.the size is well done and color right.
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Briar Oil Slick
  • Leather
  • Made in US
  • Leather sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 4" from arch
  • Heel measures approximately 1"
  • Three-eyelet chukka with contrast stitching and low wedge contrast outsole
  • Goodyear welt construction

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The Red Wing Work Classic Chukka 3140 has a ruggedly handsome lookinspired by the company's work boot heritage. The leather upper of thismen's boot isdurable, and the casual design is suitable for work or play. A whitecrepe rubber Euro-traction Tred outsole keeps you steady on your feetand provides a sturdy barrier between your foot and hard ground in thisRed Wing chukka. The Red Wing Work Classic Chukka 3140 is the perfect shoefor looking busy while not doing anything.

For almost a century, Red Wing Shoes has been producing top-quality work boots and shoes. It started with a corner store in the quiet river town of Red Wing, Minn. Today, Red Wing Shoes produces thousands of handmade shoes every day, making their legendar

  • ASIN: B0032UYMEU
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 10 x 6 inches; 1.2 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: Work Chukka
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,202 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Erik Hemmingsson on January 1, 2012
    I have worn Red Wing boots (875) for many years, and recently bought the Chukka for lighter everyday use, but not particularly as a work boot. Overall, I think they are good-looking, rugged and versatile boots. Red Wing heritage boots are always going to be solid overall and will last a very long time indeed. I am sure I will use them quite heavily.

    Nevertheless, I was disappointed in the stitching quality and the rather uneven leather (suede) texture, although in fairness I expect a lot when I buy Red Wing boots. The quality is certainly a lot higher than the average boot junk sold by most manufacturers.

    So while I can recommend the work chukka as a good, sturdy all-round boot with reasonably stylish looks at a decent prize, I recommend that you inspect the boots carefully before buying, especially the leather and stitching. Unfortunately, this will be difficult to do if you buy over the web where the best deals are to be found.

    Oh, I almost forgot, expect really sore feet until they are worn in, since the leather is really thick and stiff, and the instep is very tight. It took me a very long time to break them in fully, approximately 6-8 weeks. Use protective tape and rest days, or your feet are going to get grinded into hamburger meat.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Gary Quam on August 15, 2012
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    I own 4 pairs of Red Wing shoes now, various styles for various purposes. None of these shoes are showing signs of wearing out yet, and the oldest pair I bought in 2006. Note, all of the Redwing shoes I own I made sure that they were made in the USA and I truly believe it makes a big difference in quality. After I received my new chukka's from Amazon, I made an attempt to get them on. I gave up and had to go buy a shoehorn. After getting them on, they really hurt and I was thinking about immediately sending them back. I had bought a 1/2 size larger than I normally wear, but they were really tight especially over my arch where they had an inner support liner stitched inside. After getting them on, I took a walk, but couldn't go very far. I wore them every day all day long for several days, and each day they got progressively better. After a few weeks they were very comfortable. Break in has always been a tough time for me, but I'm glad I kept at it. I get a lot of comments about my chukkas, and noticeable jealousy from some. These are high end shoes that not everybody will shell out the money for. I have one suggestion/comment. I wish Redwing would have included a leather tab on the back of the shoe for pulling it on. They are still difficult for me to put on without a shoe horn. I suspect I will enjoy these shoes for many years to come, and proud to wear shoes made not only in the USA, but my home state.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Deb on January 4, 2014
    Size: 8 D(M) USColor: Briar Oil Slick Verified Purchase
    I wear an 8.5 but got these in an 8 and they are perfect. Shoes look great with some fine Railcar denim.
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    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ticktocker on June 12, 2014
    Size: 9.5 D(M) USColor: Briar Oil Slick Verified Purchase
    I've owned many other Red Wing boots and this one has the same high quality, flawless leather and abnormal fit as the other Red Wing boots I've owned. For some unexplainable reason, Red Wing decided to make all of their footwear half a size bigger than normal. I can't understand why, but when you buy any Red Wing boot or shoe, you should order a half size smaller than your regular size. That is what gives it 4 stars instead of 5. Knowing that, I ordered half size down but many don't know that and Red Wing does not advertise that so I'm sure many people order their size only to return them or wear them and claim they are horrible because they are wearing the wrong size.
    It is comfortable, good looking, easy to match up to any style chukka that seems to have high quality leather that takes time to "break in". The break-in experience seems to depend on individual feet because some say they can't ever break them in and some (me) claim they can break them in, in a couple of hours. All I did was put them on one morning and by the end of the day, I forgot they were new Red Wings. Walking in the boot is the best way to break them in. Bending the sole and sweating on the leather is the best remedy for stiff boots. You can use all the mink oil and leather voodoo products you want but if you don't wear them until they feel good, you will not break them in.

    After all is said and done, I would recommend these boots. Just remember that they do run large and that you might have to break them in to start feeling the "wonderful" part that many claim about Red Wing Chukkas.
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    6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Richard Hewitt on November 25, 2014
    Let me start off by saying I really really want to love Red Wing Shoes. I'm from Minnesota and like to buy Made in the USA whenever reasonable.

    That being said, I bought a pair of Chukkas about 1.5 years ago and sent them into the manufacturer to get them resoled. The biggest reason I bought them in the first place was because I thought they would last 10+ years with proper care and I could get them resoled every year or two. Well, Red Wing sent them back to me saying they are not resolable because there is water damage. Let's be clear, I bought and wore them in Vancouver, BC where it is very rainy. But, this is everyday use in Vancouver. Additionally, I would oil them religously once a month and kept good care of them. So now, I'm stuck with a $300 shoe that can't be resoled like I was told it could.

    So, two suggestions for Red Wing. Either (A) build a shoe that you can wear in the rain and still have it resoled or (B) don't sell Red Wings were it rains. Look, this is everyday normal use in many parts of the country. If I knew a Red Wing would perform similarly to a Chinese shoe I would have saved myself $200.

    Terribly terribly disappointed. I really wanted to love you guys and even convinced friends to buy your shoes, but now I'll never buy a Red Wing again.
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