Rated 5 out of 5 by 4reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tom28301 Red Wing 2233 I have a very hard time finding boots/shoes that fit. Once fitted, I wore these Red Wing 2233 boots out of the store and have had no complaints. They didn't even require a break in period! Thank GOD in Heaven for RED WING boots and their American Made product! July 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by sam973 Boots in Amazonia ! Hello,I'm the happy owner of RedWings boots ... why ?- I feel completely secure on my motorcycle- they resist to the extreme climate of Amazonia (water, humidity, dust, latterite ....)- they still look nice avecn after one year of heavy dutyand above all, the team of RedWings (in Surinam) and a member of this company did prouve the serious i did expect ....(for info, i'm not paid by redwings :) ! .... I just want to share my experience : recommand a good product and a good company, that's all) June 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Boots An Icon boot I have own many pairs of 2233's. I work in the trades and am required to wear steel toed boots. These are by far my favorite, very simple, clean lines, and well made. I have great support from the in town dealer who conditions the leather and replaces the laces when needed. The Velva Boomer leather is amazing. Once broken in, and oiled it has great waterproofness and gets a good looking patina like no other ! I often get 3-4 resoles from them before the leather is too far gone. As the cold weather sets in i bundle up on wool socks and continue wearing these boots. Eventually i put them away late December and have to bring out my insulated boots (from Red Wing of course) because the weather is too cold. I could not be more pleased with Red Wing boots, and will always be a customer. March 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by HVAC21 Great iv had these boots for 8 months now I wear them just about every day there durable. Iv had my fare share of boots and these are the most comfortable ones iv ever bought you just got to break them in first. and for being steel to there light witch is nice when your on your feet all day. March 19, 2014