Charles Beckman’s revolutionary Red Wing boots have and are still setting trends and standards since 1905. When it comes to men’s work boots, the Red Wing brand has a reputation for high standards that is unrivaled. Also, the styles of these 100 % American made classics will always stand the test of time and fashion.
The Heritage Collection is a hallmark of quality that remains constant for over eighty years. The design and specifications of these boots are unchanged and are testament to the enduring quality of the brand. One of the gems of this collection is the men’s classic 6-inch round toe leather work boot. The following are the specifications for these boots:
- Goodyear welt construction
- Oro Legacy leather upper
- White Traction Tred sole
- Triple stitched
- Crepe wedge
This style in the Heritage Collection was premiered in 1919. The strategic design was intended to provide wearers with the same comfort that an Oxford afforded. Comfort and durability are engineered in this design.
The men’s classic 6-inch round toe leather work boot is suitable for any trade. It was originally made for farmers but over the years workmen in just about every industry have come to recognize and accept the comfort and durability that they provide.
With these boots you will discover that you will break them in quite quickly; from the moment you put them on they will provide immediate snugness. And while the Heritage boot is already tailored to provide maximum comfort in the standard setup, Red Wing went above and beyond in its design, generously providing extra space for inner soles to be added for an enhanced wearing experience.
The only negative thing that most people say about Red Wing products is that they are generally the most expensive work boot on the market. While the initial purchase price (average $200-300) is a bit hard swallow, the majority of Red Wing wearers say the combination of durability, comfort, and versatility make the boot well worth the investment.