Red Wing Heritage Unveils Two New Leather Boots for Fall

Apr 22, 2014


Boot weather is right around the corner, and Red Wing recently unveiled two new boots from their heritage line that will fit perfectly in any discerning gent’s wardrobe. The new releases come in Brick and Walnut colors, and are crafted from Red Wing’s own Settler leather, a traditional full-grain leather made from heavyweight U.S. cattle hides.

These new Red Wing Heritage boots were released exclusively through Barneys, and for the launch, they enlisted the creative direction of the Coveted Man to photograph the boots in Red Wing, Minnesota. A few of those images are shown here, and to see the entire visual story, visit here.

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