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Red Wing 8890 Charcoal rough and tough sz 12 NEW

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by SDude, May 6, 2016.

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  1. SDude

    SDude Member

    Jun 27, 2014
    New and unworn , very unique color way that ages beautifully

    Red Wing Shoes is always trying to innovate and develop new leather types and qualities. One of their latest creations is the Charcoal Rough & Tough. The color of this particular leather resembles stone coal which ironically refers to the rich history of Red Wing Shoes. Back in the days the shoes were meant for hard labor, for example coal shoveling on a locomotive. Red Wing chose to go for a 6'' Classic Moc Toe design to complement this innovative Charcoal Rough & Tough leather. We can't wait to see how this will age after a certain amount of intense wearing.
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