Red Wing Shoes
 
 

4216 Men's 6-inch Boot

Leather:
Spice Tramper Leather More Information
Leather is the major component in boot durability, wear, and performance. RWSC tans its own leathers at our S.B. Foot Tannery in Red Wing, MN.
Construction:
Direct Attach More Information
Construction refers to the method used to attach the completed upper to the bottom. Our construction methods are determined by work use and work conditions. Learn more about construction methods.
Insole:
Bontex® More Information
The insole is the supportive layer directly between the outsole and the footbed. Insoles vary in thickness to complement the features of the boot. Learn more about insoles.
Last:
691 More Information
The last is the solid form around which the shoe is built during the shoe-making process. The fit of a boot depends on the design, shape and volume of the last.
Outsole:
Rubber-PU Auger - Black More Information
The outsole is commonly referred to as the "sole" of the shoe. It is the most functional part of a work boot, where the shoe meets the ground.
Country Of Origin:
Made in China More Information
Today, 98.8% of all footwear purchased in the United States is manufactured offshore. RWSC continues to manufacture over 60% of our Red Wing brand products in the U.S.
Care Products:
Leather Protector,NaturSeal™ 
Shank:
Non-metallic 
Non-marking:
Yes 
Defined Heel:
Yes-90 Degrees 
MSRP:
209.99 More Information
Our suggested retail price for our footwear. This is a guide, and actual prices are determined by the retailer. Please use the links above to find your local retailer today.
  • ehElectrical Hazard
  • nmtNon-Metallic Toe
  • wWaterproof

Sizes: D 7-12,13,14,15,EE8-12,13,14

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by red wing 4216 a co-worker has a pair,when i first saw them i said WOW!!!! a couple month's later i had to get a pair.they replaced a pair of red wing boots ( i prefer boots,for the last15 yrs) but LOVE these shoes the lace system gives me infinite adjustment,i can wear it loose like a boot or tighten up when need to on uneven terrain,just awesome !!!.very comfortable shoe,minimal break in period. October 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Highly recommended! I absolutely love these boots. Once you get past the initial "breaking in" stage (that exists with any new boots) theses are probably the most comfortable boots I've ever owned. I love the metal lace up system too. I can take them off in a flash, and I've never owned another pair that I can tighten with one hand. If I had to find something I would change about them, I might consider making the ratcheting mechanism a bit quicker so that it takes fewer turns to get them fully tightened, but I'm really nitpicking. Great pair of work boots! September 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing The BOA lace system is Great. I work with ladders all day and i never have to worry about laces getting loose or stuck in rungs of the ladder.when it comes to comfort i noticed i would keep my boots on long after the work day was completed. i am very pleased with these boots and plan on purchasing a pair of sneakers in the future. September 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great boots Using the Red Wing 30-day comfort guarantee, I traded in a different pair of pull-on boots for a set of these. The custom fit of the lace system makes these a great boot to wear everyday. If you have a hard to fit foot like I do, these are a great boot to look at. July 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Really dig that Red Wing started using the BOA system I've been wearing Red Wings for the last 8 years since I started working in the power industry at a geothermal facility. I'm on my feet and in boots for 12 hours a day 7 days a week (84 hour bi-weekly shifts). It's important to me that a boot be comfortable right out of the box with minimal break-in time, have a secure ankle hold, and be able to withstand an incredible amount of abuse. My boots go through a daily regimen of: standing on 400°F steam lines, soaked in puddles and immediately trudge in ankle deep desert sand, chemical exposure from acids to caustics, and yearly temperature fluctuations ranging from 10°F to 120°F.(I can not stress enough how imperative it is that a high quality boot be comfortable straight out of the box. The amount of hoof time that is called for in the power industry does not allow weeks on end for discomfort due to a poorly fitted boot. Before purchasing anything that's going to be attached to you for the next few years, day in and day out, make sure that you get professionally sized and fitted and find a "last" that you are happy with.)If I properly care for my boots with a weekly clean/condition/oil they can last a little over 2 years before the sole is gone and halfway separated from the upper. Other companies don't even get me a year of use before I need a replacement. Red Wing boots are always comfortable, just make sure you find a "last" that suits your foot and generally it will always feel spot on in any other style boot.I'm very familiar with the BOA system. I've had snowboard boots with it for over the last 6 years and I only exclusively use this lace system over the traditional. You can get them infinitely tighter than by hand and it's so much quicker for you workers out there who constantly have to take your boots on and off. The only problems I've encountered with them (on boarding boots) is the eyelets will snap off before the laces themselves give way.I have only had these boots for a few months now and so far they seem to be what I was looking for. I wish they would have used a higher quality leather as this stuff just feels like suede and every bit of dirt and grime sticks to it like a magnet as opposed to my older 2246's. I'll comment back once I've had a while longer to evaluate their performance and longevity but so far I am not disappointed and they are definitely worth the buy. May 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good boots I'm a land surveyor so I'm on my feet all day and these boots are comfortable and whether I'm standing in one spot for hrs or trekking for hrs, in the city or swampland at the end of the day my feet aren't killing me. March 17, 2014
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