Red Wing Shoes Amsterdam just released the first part of its Fall / Winter 2013 collection. The latest additions to the Red Wing collection are the Red Wing 3139 Work Chukka in Worksmith, Red Wing 4572 7” Classic Round Toe in Copper Rough & Tough and the Red Wing 8128 Brogue Ranger in Velva Retan.
The Red Wing Work Chukka Work Smith is a classic chukka model with workman functionality. The Chukka style has the typical three eyelets for quick fastening and a thin white cushioned crepe outsole. The look is casual and sportive, though it’s as tough as any other Red Wing shoe. The Worksmith leather is a deep copper red tone leather that will age beautifully.
The Red Wing Shoes 4572 are the original Irish Setters. The Red Wing 4572 Copper Rough & Tough is a 7 inch boot, based on the 1950s RW 708 model. The shoes are built to withstand the toughest work and weather conditions and are equipped with speed hooks that allow you to put them on and take them off with minimal fuss. The coffee-coloured cushion crepe sole provides outstanding support and comfort.
Last, the Red Wing Brogue Ranger style is very similar to the Iron Ranger but in a slightly classier, traditional fashion with the Brogue toe. Red Wing used the coffeebrown Velva Retan leather quality for the latest Brogue Ranger. The beauty of the Velva Retan leather is in its smooth quality and polish luster finish. With the dark enamel eyelets and brown/black laces, it has a modest and proper appearance. Soled with a Nitril Cork sole, celebrated for its flexibility and hardwearing quality. The Brogue Ranger is bound to become one of the future classics from the Red Wing Shoe company.
About Red Wing Shoes
Red Wing Shoes has been an authority in work wear shoes since 1905. Their leather boots are universally known for their indestructible quality. The brand uses its own leather, and both this raw material and the shoes themselves are still manufactured in the town of Red Wing, on the shores of the Mississippi river. Red Wing made a cross-over to lifestyle a few decades ago and has since become a staple in both the European and Japanese street scenes.