Red Wing Shoes
 
 

923 Men's 6-inch Boot

Leather:
Black Turbo Vegas 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:
SuperSole® Welt 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:
DynaForce™ 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:
694 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:
Horizon™ SuperSole® 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 the USA with Imported Materials 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:
Boot Oil,Leather Protector,Shoe Cream 
Shank:
Fiberglass 
Non-marking:
Yes 
Defined Heel:
Yes-90 Degrees 
MSRP:
179.99 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.
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Sizes: A 10-12,13,14,B 9-12,13,14,15,C 9-12,13,D 6-12,13,14,15,16,E 8-12,13,EE6-12,13,14,15,H 8-12,13

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good boot Very good boot. Light and supportive of arches. Plenty of cushion for standing on hard surfaces all day. Long wearing sole and excellent construction and materials used. Overall an excellent boot! September 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by The gold standard for all workforce footwear I started in New Balance boots because they were one of the only ones available in wide widths. And it was also a top-quality boot. Then they officially merged their boot line as "Dunham" and it was still a quality product at first. But then I bought 3 pairs in a row, hoping I was just imaging the loss in quality... but no, the Dunham line is worthless now. I recently looked, and all their offerings are more for Hollywood photo shoots than real work.So I tried Wolverines. They seem to have a comparable rep to Red Wings and at the time (a little more than year ago?) Red Wings did not carry a black boot. Sorry, but company policy demands a black boot, so I bought Wolverine. It fit perfect in the toe, but was loose everywhere else, to the point I couldn't even lace them tight. Regardless of the loose fit (which I might dismiss as different companies size things differently), after a mere 5-6 months they were utterly falling apart.I was pleased to see Red Wings now offers a black boot, and FROM THE MOMENT I tried them on in the store I said "I'll never buy another boot again." It was beyond words how perfect these boots fit and feel. I've only had them for a couple weeks now, but I still have a love affair putting them on, still feel this is the last brand of boot I will ever buy.The only thing against Red Wings is price, and I think it deserves a mention of something I don't think people appreciate. If you take care of your boots, you should be able to resole them-- a service Red Wings offers for anywhere from $50-100. So your initial investment of ~$200 for one pair should translate into $300 for two pair and beyond if you just need a re-sole. It's possible you can really make them much more affordable depending on how you use them and maintain them.But for just comfort and fit... NOTHING comes close. June 5, 2014
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