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Red Wing Munson Last Iron Ranger 9D (8012)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Inhwan Eric Lee, Dec 5, 2015.

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  1. Inhwan Eric Lee

    Inhwan Eric Lee Member

    Apr 27, 2013
    Thanks for looking!

    Selling Red Wing's Iron Ranger in Munson Last (8012) size 9D.

    This model was only available in a limited number of countries such as Holland, Japan, and South Korea.

    The biggest difference between this model and the original Iron Rangers is its last and leather.
    The Muson last was inspired by that of classic military boots back in 1912.
    These boots are made from Burgundy Settler leather and they have a subtle brogue detail on the toe-cap.
    The outsole is the same as regular Iron Rangers - Cork sole.

    The color is burgundy, which is close to the color of Beckman Black Cherry model. When you compare this with Beckman next to each other, colors on both are pretty similar but 8012 has a bit more red in it.

    I bought these from Korea a while ago for about $420, but I haven't really had a chance to wear them. It's been just sitting in my shoe drawer for a long time.
    It has been worn less than 10 times, mostly indoors.

    You can see from the photos that the outsole doesn't really show much wears.
    It's got some scuffs around the toe and heel area but it's the type of scuffs that you can easily get from normal wears of 1 or 2 days.
    I am pretty sure you can easily remove the scuff with some shoe creams.

    The boots still have tons of lie in them. They are very stiff as new so they still need some break-in period. They will look amazing when they are beaten up enough.

    When it comes to the size,
    I feel like the size is about the same as regular Iron rangers. Probably a little bit roomier than the regular ones due to its last.
    They run about half size bigger than your true shoe size.
    Width is D.

    Retail price specified on Redwing Amsterdam website is € 379,95 = $425.
    I am selling them for $290 + shipping. I am open to reasonable offers as well.

    Feel free to let me know if you have any question!
    Last edited: Jan 18, 2017
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