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Red Wing Heritage Men's Classic Work Chukka Boot - Leather


Price: $201.81 - $312.80
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Oro-iginal
  • Leather
  • Rubber sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 4" from arch
  • Heel measures approximately 1"
  • Goodyear welt allows the boot to be resoled

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Product Description

This chukka boot comes fully equipped, but we'd expect nothing less from Red Wing. Cushioned footbeds and crepe outsoles mean sure comfort, quality leather uppers and finely detailed stitching add style, while leather linings and an outsole that's easy to replace means this well-built baby is going to last. You'll like how the classic design pairs with slouchy or relaxed jeans.

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: 12 x 8 x 4 inches; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: Work Chukka
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12 of 13 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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3 of 3 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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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Deb on January 4, 2014
Color Name: Briar Oil SlickSize Name: 8 D(M) US 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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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By shakinfist on October 6, 2012
Color Name: Oro-iginalSize Name: 9.5 D(M) US Verified Purchase
Great fit, I'm usually a ten and went 9.5. Finish is gorgeous, sturdy but light. Made in America. Can't wait to get them broken in a bit more. Going to last a LONG time. Got a compliment from a stranger first day i wore them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Oscar L. on June 22, 2014
Color Name: Briar Oil SlickSize Name: 9 D(M) US Verified Purchase
Great looking boot especially the brown color, was better when received. Size was as I expected and had no original insole to replace so I put in a pair. Great feel and you need to break in this boot slowly wear them for a few hours but first mink oil them outside and inside to wear the leather. Just like any new boot you buy if you wear them too long will develop blisters, so take some time to break them in, I'm going through that process my self including the (Blisters) you will need a heel shoe insert to help you get the heel in, boot size runs tight at the end and I'm assuming they will get better as break in wears in.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C.C.I on November 13, 2013
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I ordered the Oro-Original in a size 11.5D i contemplated on going with an 11 based on other recommendations/reviews online I saw about going down .5 size. After I received the chukkas I'm glad I didn't. The indeed fit true to size even I still struggled to put them on until I produced a shoehorn. The Leather is stiff and hard. Its the highest quality boot i have ever purchased. The stitching is clean, the color tone of the leather is unique and will match any item of clothing you throw at it. The color is much lighter than the product shots its similar to red clay but a tint darker. IT LOOKS GOOD.

Breaking In..
The easiest way I broke these in to have them comfortable enough to wear with out attracting blisters and aching feet was simple and i didn't even need to leave my living room.

Break them in by putting them on, lacing them up, pace back and forth as long as you like, then take them off. repeat this til the chukkas get more easier to put on. This method does what you would accomplish if you were to put the shoes on everyday for a week but its cut down to a few hours. you're essentially putting and taking off the boot which loosens the interior stitching and leather insole and makes putting them on easier; opposed to putting them on in the morning and coming home with sore feet over several days because the stitching and leather haven't been stretched enough to give your feet space to glide in smoother.

Overall I am happy with this purchase and they look good with my chinos and washed denim. You won't be disappointed.
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