Rated 5 out of 5 by 3reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ironhead40 "Iron Tough" boot I have been an union Ironworker in NYC for almost 20 years and, have worn a few types of boots in that time. It was about five years ago, I bought my first pair of Redwing 877's and never looked back since then! Lets face it when you are walking on steel beams at times no wider then a few inches wide several hundred feet in the air, you want a dependable and comfortable boot! That is exactly what the 877's gives you, your feet almost married to the steel!Ironworking is physically demanding and punishing work and we need equipment that can with stand the punishment and the 877's are the right boot for the job bar-nun! The break in period is not bad at all if you oil them up well, I recommend wearing them around the house for a few hours before hitting the job site. As a union member we try to buy as much as possible that is union and made in the USA. When you walk into a Redwing store and show them your union card you get a discount and that my friends is very refreshing in todays world!As long as office building are being built and bridges being spanned, the Redwing 877's will be the only boot on my feet! So Redwing as long as you keep making them I will keep wearing them!! April 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brandon1971 I want a 6" tall version of the 877 I wish my favorite boot came with an optional 6" of height and upper lace hooks instead of lace holes. February 22, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by DarrellG24 Best Steel Working Boots Ever Made Hands Down! I was very skeptical at first. Well who wouldn't be seeing the price, but it had the best quality of any shoe. Not just boot, but any shoe I have ever worn. I am an ironworker. I feel the iron well beneath my feet and they never hurt. Sad to admit but they have spoiled my feet. I actually am sore from a day of wearing tennis shoes. Therefore I highly recommend them, but you need more than one pair when you're getting one repaired you can wear the other pair. November 13, 2014