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post #91 of 1844
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Originally Posted by Fallen Angels View Post
has anyone here bought the rugged classic Redwings from jcrew? i'm considering them for f/w, so i'm wondering what the sizing is like and if i'll need to size down. so if you own a pair, i'd really appreciate some size advice or any general thoughts/opinions about the boots. thanks in advance.
I own the 1907 which I believe is the same fit as the jcrew model (875 should also be the same I would guess). If you have a Red Wing store I'd go try on some 875s. Otherwise, I found through trial and error with my 1907s that they fit true to size. I wear a 12 in sneakers and 11.5 in most dress shoes and ended up staying with the 11.5Ds in the 1907. I actually bought the 11s first because I heard from some people these run a little big, but found they were too narrow and shorter than I expected. I believe they do run true to size if your feet are normal to wide in width.
post #92 of 1844
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Originally Posted by Tarmac View Post
They just get smaller. Pretty much any insole, no matter how cheap, will probably be an improvement. A shoe manufacturer will never put a $10 insole in your shoe, but you can.

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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
If you're gonna get insoles get the more expensive $15-20 gel ones. The cheap $3 foam insoles suck and they wear thru pretty fast. It's a good way to fill the space if the shoes are ½ size too roomy

Thanks for the replies
post #93 of 1844
This is a bit off-topic, but could anyone recommend a good online store that sells Redwing 875s?
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post #95 of 1844
Was that link supposed to take people to google?
post #96 of 1844
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Originally Posted by erdawe View Post
Was that link supposed to take people to google?

somehow, i don't think so. if you paste the text of the link in, it actually takes you to an online store selling the red wing 875.
post #97 of 1844
huh, must be a weird internet glitch.
post #98 of 1844
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Originally Posted by erdawe View Post
Was that link supposed to take people to google?

I'm guessing he mixed up the tags. The link was probably supposed to appear as "google.com", but once clicked upon it would then take you to the store that sells the boots.
post #99 of 1844
it was a joke. theres thing new fukin thing called internet search. I heard guggle is big
post #100 of 1844
go gettem tiger
post #101 of 1844
What kind of socks do people wear with these? I was planning on getting a pair of wool socks to wear this winter, but that's probably gonna be to hot for late summer and fall.
post #102 of 1844
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Originally Posted by Jekyll View Post
What kind of socks do people wear with these? I was planning on getting a pair of wool socks to wear this winter, but that's probably gonna be to hot for late summer and fall.

I don't think these boots need special socks. o_O?
Anything goes, man.
post #103 of 1844
Are these made in the US?
post #104 of 1844
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Originally Posted by Chrispy View Post
Are these made in the US?

Yes. ...at least my tag says so and everything I've read on retailers sites says so.
post #105 of 1844
Can anyone tell me the difference between the 1911 and the 1914? They both look exactly the same to me.
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