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Tumblr Tuesday II

DATE: April 30, 2012 by Studio Tags: Tumblr Tuesday, Red Wing Shoes, Vintage

Each Tuesday we will share a selection of the finest Red Wing images with you as published on our Red Wing Shoes Amsterdam Tumblr site. The Tumblr blog is a nice gathering of all the lovely images we find, from all over the world, new and old, vintage- and beautiful worn in Red Wing shoes. 
Today, in random order, some boots on the street with a lovely rucksack, a little Red Wing 'rainbow', shot... Read more +

Red Wing Shoes 8131

DATE: April 26, 2012 by Studio Tags: 8131, Red Wing Shoes, Vintage

Another lovely pair of worn-in shoes from our friend Milco, here the Red Wing Shoes 8131. The 8131 is the lower version of the world famous 8-inch Moc boot... Read more +

Tumblr Tuesday I

DATE: April 24, 2012 by Studio Tags: Tumblr Tuesday, Red Wing Shoes

From of today we will dedicate the Tuesdays to Tumblr. A weekly selection of our tumblr page, with lovely images from all over the world, new and old, vintage- and beautiful worn in Red Wing shoes. Enjoy more on our tumblr page, and make sure to tag your tumblr posts with 'Read more +

Tanner Goods

DATE: April 21, 2012 by Studio Tags: Tanner Goods

Yesterday the189 shared this lovely short film, shot by Ryan Bush, documenting the process behind the creation of Tanner Goods leather accessories. A beautiful inside in the crafting process of their belts and all the steps they pass before they will worn by you. We are very proud to stock... Read more +

Red Wing and The Suit

DATE: April 18, 2012 by Studio Tags: Red Wing Shoes

We don't see it often, but when we see it, it is just perfect: Red Wing Shoes with a slim fit suit. As Menswear Style puts it: 'The simplicity of this outfit is fantastic', and it is the kind of style we'd love to see more. Bring it on!

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Vintage Red Wing Shoes 8271

DATE: April 16, 2012 by Studio Tags: 8271, Oro Russet, Red Wing Shoes, Vintage

We got our hands on a beautiful vintage pair of Red Wing Shoes 8271's, a boot we don't see often because it's actually only available in Japan. The 11'' Engineer Steel Toe was created in the 40's for the engineer workers on American railroads for feet protection. It protected the feet  for the steam of the fires within the locomotive engines and hot embers that fell from the locomotive's firebox. They... Read more +

Filson Red Label

DATE: April 10, 2012 by Studio Tags: Filson, Travel, Accessories
  • Filson Red Label

We are proud to stock the Filson Red Label 4 pocket duck cotton zippered tote bag from of today. The beautiful bags, made of tough 18oz. duck cotton, with genuine bridle leather trim that is long enough to slip over the shoulder comes in natural white and navy blue.... Read more +

Happy Easter

DATE: April 6, 2012 by Studio Tags: Red Wing Shoes, Amsterdam

We wish you all a great Easter weekend, lots of Easter fires (with a new world record the be set this sunday in Espelo with a pile of 43 meters) and lots of eggs. The Red Wing Shoes store Amsterdam will be open all weekend long!

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Red Wing Shoes 2941 by Benjamin

DATE: April 4, 2012 by Studio Tags: 2941, Irish Setter, Amsterdam

Our man Benjamin did a wonderful feature on Free/Man on the Red Wing Shoes 2941  7" Classic Round toe in Dark Chocolate. The Red Wing Shoes 2941 are the original Irish Setters.  This 2941... Read more +

Steve Mono

DATE: April 2, 2012 by Studio Tags: Steve Mono, Amsterdam

We are super excited to announce we will soon stock these beautiful bags by Steve Mono. The Spanish brand specialized in leather and canvas classic and basic accessories aim to create personal and intimate products you can feel as specially made for you. Here's just a little preview. Stay tuned...

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Made in the U.S.A.

DATE: March 29, 2012 by Studio Tags: Workwear, Red Wing Shoes, History, American heritage

GC featured this lovely illustrated map of Made in the U.S.A. brands. Eleven companies, founded between 1873 and 1999, four from the 19th century, the rest of the 20th, creating the best blankets, shirts, bags, jeans and boots. And as Red Wing Shoes we're proud to be featured as the 'Iconic producers of resurgent, Rust Belt-ready work boots'! Thank you for that.
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Red Wing Shoes 875

DATE: March 27, 2012 by Studio Tags: 875, Oro-iginal, Vintage

A few weeks back we received this lovely image of a clients' collection of Red Wing Shoes 875, 8133 and 8804’s. This classic Moc was originally designed to withstand hard labor and harsh conditions when worn by farmers and hunters, and was made with the different soles for the different kinds of labor. We have them only as the 875... Read more +

Red Wing Shoes 8103 Work Oxford Oro Russet Portage

DATE: March 15, 2012 by Studio Tags: 8103, Work Oxford, Oxford, Oro Russet

As spring is showing up and first sunbeams warming our skin, we'll feature a series of shoes that are more suitable for the warmer times. To start with the beautiful Red Wing Shoes 8103 Work Oxford Oro Russet Portage. The Red Wing Work Oxford was built to meet the demands of factory managers who needed a sturdy work shoe as... Read more +

Cory Piehowicz

DATE: March 13, 2012 by Studio Tags: Iron Ranger

Thru our instagram we found out about the amazing work of photographer Cory Piehowicz, a.k.a. Bandit Photographer. Actively digging in mines and browsing thru abandoned farms for antique denim and interesting stories he shares his finds on is blog between some lovely... Read more +

The Making of the Handsewn

DATE: March 5, 2012 by Studio Tags: Handsewn, 9142, 9143, 9157, 9158, 9167, 9168, Maine

The Red Wing Genuine Handsewn is completely hand made, in Maine. Once America’s footwear capital, Main has a rich shoemaking history that dates back to the mid 1800s. The Androscoggin River supplied power to many of the tanneries and factories of the early 20th century. It was on the banks of this river that massive brick buildings were built that formed the backbone of America’s industrial shoe production. It was in these buildings that hundreds of shoe companies were born, along... Read more +

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