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vintage Red Wing boots

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Trapp, May 18, 2013.

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  1. Trapp

    Trapp Well-Known Member

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    Red Wing Boots
    Vintage
    size 10

    Actual measurements

    Length: 11 7/8"
    Width: 3 7/8"
    Height: 8.0"

    Check out the hide on these boots. It's by far the best leather I've seen on a pair of Red Wings. The original sole was replaced a few years ago with the current red wing wedge sole. They haven't been worn much since then so most of the life remains in the current sole.

    These are vintage so I recommend throwing what you know about Red Wing sizing out the window for these. They are tagged as 10a but they have eased over time to fit my 10D feet with thin socks. I have high arches and wide feet (I'm really more of a 10E) so these would be a good fit a true 10D.

    I've been selling off a large bulk of my wardrobe, and these are some of the toughest to let go. The leather is just that nice.

    $135 shipped CONUS, or best offer
     
    Last edited: May 19, 2013
  2. alittleweather

    alittleweather New Member

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    Hi there,

    Have your boots sold?

    Thanks!
     
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