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New Arrivals: Red Wing Leather Belts

DATE: November 19, 2013 by Menno van Meurs Tags: Red Wing, Red Wing Shoe Store, Red Wing Shoe Store Amsterdam, Red Wing Shoes, Leather, Handmade, Craft, Belts

Great news everyone, we can proudly announce the arrival of the long waited Red Wing Belts. A product that matches our boots in quality, beauty and style. Where the similarities are well visible with familiar colors such as Oro, Oro-Russet, Amber and Black.
Made with S.B. Foot Tannery Oil tanned full grain leather from the finest heavyweight U.S. kettle the... Read more +

Living the Dream in West Virginia

DATE: November 6, 2013 by Menno van Meurs Tags: Americana, Architecture, Craftsmanship

In 2012 photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz quit their jobs and set off to build a glass cabin in the mountains of West Virginia. The back of the house is made out of used windows which reminded me of Jens Risom's Block Island Retreat . Most of the windows the couple collected for their house were found or scavenged from all over the country. Every single corner of the house was built by hand. Olson and Horwitz defined their dream and... Read more +

Red Wing Iron Rangers on a Camping Trip

DATE: November 1, 2013 by Mitch de Vries Tags: Adventure, Iron Ranger,
On an early Saturday morning two guys stood in the dewy grass of the Beaver Bend State Park in Oklahoma. It’s the start of a beautiful camping trip. Both appropriately wearing a pair of Red Wing 8111 Iron Rangers. In the days of climbing, hiking and flyfishing the Iron... Read more +

George's Boots

DATE: October 25, 2013 by Menno van Meurs Tags: Craftsmanship, Video, Handmade

We at Red Wing Shoes proudly dedicated our lives to handmade quality boots.  Well so did George. The only difference is that George has been making shoes himself for over 40 years now. Because he feels that his carreer is coming to an end, he tells us about how he would like to pass on all the knowledge he has gained in his years as a shoe maker. Knowledge that he had to find out about himself because there was nobody to teach him. Unfortunately... Read more +

Peter Bellerby, the Globe Maker.

DATE: October 17, 2013 by Menno van Meurs Tags: Video, craft, globe maker, made by hand, craftsmanship

When Peter Bellerby searched for a globe as a present for his father's 80th birthday for two years so, he finally decided to make one himself. At that time there was only one person in the world making hand made globes, yet still Peter believed it would not take him that much effort to create the perfect birthday present. Bellebry estimated it would take about four months to finish one globe which a[[eared to be completely wrong - to say the least. His initial plan was to... Read more +

Customized Red Wing 9877 Gold Sequioia's

DATE: October 11, 2013 by Menno van Meurs Tags: 9877, Red Wing Shoes, Irish Setter, Gold Sequoia,

Stumbling around the internet we bumped into these customized Red Wing 9877's. Although they have just been released here in Europe, they were available to the Japanese market for quite a while. These slighty worn 9877... Read more +

The Leather Will Teach You

DATE: October 7, 2013 by Menno van Meurs Tags: Red Wing Shoes, Craftsmanship, Video, Factory Visit

The Red Wing Shoe Company has released a beautiful film giving us an insight look of the craft that goes into the cutting of the leather for each Red Wing Shoe. Leather cutters Robert Cody and Dave Trulin, who have been long with the Red Wing Shoe Company, tell us everything about what it is they need to do, the tools of their craft and the qualities they have to master... Read more +

Introducing the Red Wing Shoes 4590 Iron Ranger in Chocolate Muleskinner

DATE: October 3, 2013 by Menno van Meurs Tags: Iron Ranger, 4590, Rough-Out, Red Wing Shoes, Red Wing Shoe Store Amsterdam

For this fall the Red Wing Shoe Company introduced the Iron Ranger in a new type of leather, the... Read more +

Red Wing Shoes Presents the Ultimate Winter Gear: Meet the 2930 & 2931 Ice Cutter

DATE: September 24, 2013 by Menno van Meurs Tags: 2930, 2931, Ice Cutter, Red Wing, Boots, Vibram

The Red Wing Shoes Ice Cutter is without a doubt the ultimate winter boot. Back in the days the Ice Cutter was used by people fishing in the Mississippi River. These men would cut holes in the ice during the rough Mid-West winters so... Read more +

The "Japanese" Red Wing 9877 Gold Sequioa

DATE: September 23, 2013 by Mitch de Vries Tags: Red Wing Shoes, Japanese, 877, 9877, Irish Setter, Gold Sequioa, Boots

We are excited to bring you more in-depth details on the 'Japanese' Red Wing 9877. The Red Wing 9877 ‘Irish Setter’ features unique details that were seen on the earliest versions of the iconic ‘Irish Setter’ hunting boots collection from the 1950s.

In the 1930s the Red Wing Shoe Company was... Read more +

Red Wing Shoes Fall Winter 2013 part 2

DATE: September 17, 2013 by Mitch de Vries Tags: Irish Setter, Red Wing, Red Wing Shoes, Ice Cutter, Iron Ranger

We are happy to officially release the second part of the Red Wing Shoes Fall Winter 2013 collection. This drop includes the new Red Wing Shoes Ice Cutter, the new Red... Read more +

(Re)Introducing the Red Wing Chelsea Rancher

DATE: September 13, 2013 by Red Wing Amsterdam Tags: Chelsea Rancher, 2918, 2917

It's been a long time, but we are happy to announce we have our beloved Chelsea Rancher boots by Red Wing Shoes back in our Amsterdam store. The Red Wing Chelsea... Read more +

Introducing the new Red Wing Brogue Ranger 8128 Velva Retan

DATE: August 30, 2013 by Red Wing Amsterdam Tags: Brogue Ranger, 8128,

As you may have noticed, the Red Wing Shoes from the Heritage collection for this fall /winter season collection were released last week. Now we would like to take the opportunity to provide you with some in-depth information about these new styles. 

The Brogue Ranger Read more +

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