Style No. 213 by Red Wing Shoe Company

On October 20, 2011, in Mens, Shoes, Uncategorized, by Ryan & Ben

Whether your collar is white, blue, or somewhere in between, every man needs a solid pair of work boots.  While many think of work boots as big, bulky, and generally not very fashionable, they are simply looking in the wrong place.  In our opinion, some of the best looking boots on the market today were designed to stand up to the rigors of a hard days work.  The perfect example of this comes from the Red Wing Heritage Collection and is simply known as Style No. 213 ($260).

Based on Red Wing Style No. 214 which was introduced in 1959 (the only difference is that No. 213 is two inches shorter), these boots were made specifically with factory workers in mind.  They needed to not only be able to take a beating, but also be comfortable even after spending the entire day standing up.  Luckily for us, the Red Wing designers back then had impeccable taste.  Crafted of high quality Oxblood Mesa Leather and a brown neoprene outsole, these boots feature a moc toe that is reminiscent of your favorite boatshoes yet far more suited for this time of year.  Whether you are wearing them to work, or just out and about, Style No. 213 is one that will always be a good look.


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