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- Traction tred sole
- Shaft measures approximately 5.5" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1"
- Platform measures approximately 0.75"
- Boot opening measures approximately 6" around
- Moc-toe boot featuring white Traction Tred rubber outsole, triple stitched quality and Goodyear welt construction
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A crepe wedge serves as the foundation for this durable, yet handsome moc-toe boot.
This boot from Red Wing Shoes is made to complement a casual lifestyle. The rugged look features a thick, treaded outsole, while the leather upper is waterproof. The Norwegian welt construction adds strength and durability.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0018DW7QS
- Item model number: 9075
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 21, 2002
- Domestic 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.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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I work at target so the main usage is logistics/retail working. the truck is very hard on clothing but not as hard as a job that these type of boots were made for. (Like construction or similar job) it feels good to be working and making my own money to make the decision to purchase quality items. i always do a lot of research before spending a large amount of money on something, as anyone should do.
Update: few weeks later the shoes are comfortable with thick socks, I recommend the thickest red wing socks, makes a huge difference in comfort. Besides some scuffs the shoes are still amazing. I've conditioned the leather and they look amazing. Ill add a picture of them after wearing for a few weeks.
Update: about 6 months later. I couldn't br happier with how they hold together even with how they get beat up every single day. Ill add a picture, and just remember this is after 6 months of a lot of abuse..
So what are they? They are old school. They are what your grandfather would have bought in the downtown department store in the 50's. If they were a Biblical verse, they would be Old Testament. They are leather construction, leather lined toe, leather insole boots with an outer sole that can be replaced when needed. This is a hard, tough boot that WILL take time to mold to your foot. Buy something snug with room in the toes and let them destroy your feet for a short while. It will pay off. Mine were a tad snug, but already feel pretty good out of the box and get better each day.
I typically wear an 11.5 to 12 in most shoes. I saw these ran large and went with an 11. Pretty perfect fit for me. If you know what you want and have time to try 2 or 3 pairs on, that's fine. If you are unsure and want it done right, find a good local retailer and purchase them there. You are paying retail for their expertise and assistance.
Also, these are made in the USA and you are paying a premium for that. I've also seen a few reviews where people complain about the sole wearing out too fast. That doesn't surprise me at all. They're pretty soft on the edges and don't look like they would hold up under a lot of abrasive surfaces under your feet. I plan on swapping these out as soon as I wear them down. You could go with a harder wearing sole at that point and have boots that will last years until the next sole is needed.
The uppers alone are worth the price for the quality of construction. They are made from a beautiful leather with a nice hand. They can be cleaned and reconditioned over the years. This is not a leather sneaker styled like a boot and then farmed out to the lowest bidder. This is an old school, handmade, hard wearing leather upper that will definitely last longer than the stock soles and most likely outlast the replacement soles as well.
Also, some people got very old boots, possibly even factory seconds. Different sellers have different items. I got very lucky with a good price on boots that were only a couple of months old. If you get a pair that are years old, or have some issues, well that's what prime returns are for.
I started wearing these for work too. They perform great! I am throwing 100s of pounds of concrete and pushing it around for 40 hours a week. I wear these every other day at work, so they can breathe. They clean up easy, just by wiping them with a cloth.
July 5th, 2017:My boots have turned 1 year old today with over 1,000 hours of wear and no resoles! They look like I bought them last month(I take good care of them). I do all my work on concrete floors and ladders, never have my feet hurt. I do use my superfeet black the whole time because they ended up getting too loose from all the movement my feet were doing to stretch them over time.
I am still trying to get the wedge sole back to the white color, it is very off-white with black marks appearing quite often. I tried a premixed bleach/cleaner today, but might try pure bleach tomorrow.
If you work on hard surfaces, wedge outsoles and flat outsoles are the way to go, both for comfort-ability, and the health of your spine.
I will upload a picture of when I got them and them now in a bit.