Red Wing Shoes
 
 

4449 Men's 11-inch Pull-On Boot

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:
Non-woven 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:
SF-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:
Silicone 
Shank:
Non-metallic 
Non-marking:
Yes 
Defined Heel:
Yes 
MSRP:
229.99 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
  • mgMetatarsal Guard
  • nmtNon-Metallic Toe
  • wWaterproof

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

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by love these boots I'm on my 2nd pair of these boots. There by far the best style of boots I have ever own. July 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Metatarsal guard seems too thin Left boot noticeably fit more snug than right. Which is normal I've been told because most people's left and right feet are not exactly the same size. Internal metatarsal guard seems too thin compared to an external guard. Hope I never have to find out the difference. Boots are comfortable. I do a lot of walking on asphalt/concrete and the heels and soles over this past year seem to resist wear better than the ones on my 2230 Red Wing boots which I had re-soled and re-heeled after a year and a half. Boot material is not leather but after a year seems just as durable as my leather 2230. It seems to resist abrasions and nicks better than leather. June 1, 2014
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