Red Wing Shoes have been around since 1905. Their boots are made using the Goodyear welt construction, an elaborate method of stitching, that makes the shoes both durable and comfortable. The process also allows of resoling the boots, guaranteeing a long life span for the footwear.
The Clara Boot is inspired by Red Wing’s first boot for women, the Gloria, which debuted as a camping, hunting boot for women. The reimagined shorter version became the Clara. A classic moc toe, with a genuine leather-stacked heel, also showcases RedWing’s innovation in premium leather and welting.
The Harriet boot is a modern take on the chelsea boot. It was inspired by the men’s Beckman Chelsea, a classic, timeless silhouette. The Harriet features a stacked heel and premium Red Wing Mahogany leather.
The Moc Boot is inspired by red Wing’s iconic work boot, and is completely rebuilt for women. It was originally designed and built to withstand long days on the farm and in the factory. The lightweight sole featured a minimal tread design to reduce the mud from clinging to the boots, while providing underfoot comfort. The modern update is lightweight, comfortable, yet tough. It features polyurethane traction tread outsoles and premium Red Wing leather, keeping the original purpose in tact.
These are all currently available at both rime locations