RED WING SHOES
MOC TOE ORO LEGACY 875
Practically identical to the iconic 877, the 875 is simply a shorter iteration. It‰۪s six inches of premium Red Wing Oro Legacy leather combined with Goodyear welt construction, a Traction Tred rubber outsole and triple stitched quality.åÊRed Wing‰۪s Classic Work boots were designed and built to withstand the daily rigors of the work day on the farm and in the factory. The lightweight crepe sole featured a minimal tread design to reduce the mud that would cling to a farmer‰۪s boots but still provide the underfoot comfort the work day required. Red Wing would brand the crepe sole as the Traction Tred sole. These classic boots featured a moc toe design. The name came from the word moccasin, the Algonquian Indian word for shoe. This combination of the u-shaped moc toe leather upper and the white crepe sole would become the iconic boot style for the Red Wing brand. It is one of the oldest Red Wing styles and a best-seller.åÊA new pair of Red Wing Heritage boots should fit comfortably tight on your foot, with enough room to freely wiggle your toes. Over time the full grain leather upper, leather footboard and cork midsole mold to your feet, creating an enduring and customized fit over time with each wear. The 875 is built using the no. 23 last which includes extra room in the forefoot and instep for easy entry.
- Made in USA
Around the turn of the 19th century a Red Wing, MN shoe merchant named Charles Beckman saw a local necessity for shoes specifically designed for the demanding work of industries such as mining, logging and farming. The rigors of these jobs required footwear which was tough enough to outlast harsh working conditions, but Beckman envisioned a shoe that was also comfortable enough for the hardworking people who wore them.
Since then, Red Wing boots have literally formed the foundation of the American workforce for over a century now. These are boots designed to represent “the American ideals of prosperous work and excellence.” The Red Wings we carry are made exactly as they were up to eighty years ago. They’re not going anywhere except onto your feet and off to work.