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- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately 5.5" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1"
- Platform measures approximately 0.75"
- Boot opening measures approximately 6" around
- Made in the USA
- 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
- Product 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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Top Customer Reviews
I went with 10 D first, but had to return them for a wider fit. So, I went with a size 10 2E. Out of the box the width was great, the fit was a bit roomy, not loose, but not quite as snug as I wanted them to be. Simple fix, by putting an insole in the shoe the fit became snug. Vuallah, like a glove and no heel slipping. Just Awesome.
Another thing, about the color selection. I had a hard time deciding between going with brair oil slick, or with a more classic leather color. So, when I found these advertised as "brown" on Amazon, it seemed like a good compromise, although I was curious as to what they'd be because I didn't see "brown" on the official Rewing heritage website. As it turns out it appears to me they are the Briar Oil Slick, and they look great.
Made in the USA, baby!
First off, size, everyone knows they are a 1/2 size big, so no surprise there.
Color, I got the charcoal rough and tough. They really sort of a dark gray, with brown undertones. The beauty of the color is, I can wear these boots with either black or brown accessories. The white sole had me a little worried at first, but it really isn't noticeable or out of place.
Comfort, I use an insole in almost all the boots I buy, same here. After a couple days of wearing them around the house, they were good to wear out. After three weeks and maybe a dozen wears, I feel like I could wear these boots forever.
The verdict, another great pair of boots from Redwing. Only one problem, I want a pair in each color...
Size wise I read a bunch of mixed information. I ordered 1 full size down originally but I had to send them back for only a 1/2 size down. So make sure you order 1/2 size smaller than your normal sneaker size. To give you more context, I wear size 9 in Nike tennis shoes, so 8.5 Red Wings worked perfect.
Okay here is the most important part, the break-in period (I can only speak to the "Charcoal Rough and Tough" model I purchased)... the leather on these boots is quality thick leather. It is no joke and breaking them in is no joke either! I'm used to wearing soft leather Frye and Kenneth Cole boots that aren't necessarily built for work... so breaking in these Red Wings was hell, I'm not going to lie to anyone. Every forum you read online you will discover this is almost a given with Red Wings, you earn them. For me the piping at the top of the boot was digging into my ankle bad until they finally broke-in.
Here are a couple tips to help others. If you have problems with the piping digging into your ankle like I did, then for the first two weeks leave the top two eyelets of the boot unlaced. Once they're broke-in you can lace them all the way up with no issues at all.
This is a big recommendation here. I used "Sofsole Leather Lube" (you can find it here on Amazon) on my boots to soften the leather. This helped the most, and also add protection to the boots in the process.Read more ›
they just dont compare in quality or craftsmanship so if redwing is what you want then I would say just to pay the extra money and buy these from your local redwing store.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So these 8890's Charcoal Rough and Toughs just arrived. They are gorgeous as expected. I have and wear daily a similar boot, 1907 Copper Rough and Tough and I love them. Read morePublished 6 days ago by lbrentg
Excellent service by seller. Shipping was fast and came a few weeks before suggested delivery dates. Boot does fit large. I'm a USA size 10. I went with a 9. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Adonis Cnut
Breaking them in is a pain in the arse, but damn are they a good shoePublished 15 days ago by Nathan Hennon
This was the norm 30 years ago. A little pricy but well worth it. Will take about 6 months to break in as I remember.Published 1 month ago by Martin J Johnson
Excellent support, very soft and nice feeling leather, the soul is very balanced and strong. It looks heavy in the picture but is very light on!Published 1 month ago by Armen Akain