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Red Wing Post nummer 4

Red Wing Post nummer 4 ute nu!


Fullmatad tidning från Red Wing Shoes. 
Nyheter, tips och skvaller! Nej, kanske inte så mycket skvaller. Men massor med tips och läsvärda artiklar.

Nummer 4 fokuserar på skovård. Här får du lära dig hur du bäst sköter dina Red Wing Shoes. Engelsk text.

Hur får jag tag i denna tidning?
Du är varmt välkommen att komma förbi oss på Gamla brogatan i Stockholm och hämta ditt exemplar.
Eller så kan du här på webbshopen, när du beställer Red Wing Shoes-produkter, kryssa för att du vill ha ett exemplar!
Lägg produkter i varukorgen och gå sedan till kassan. Där kommer du att se ett erbjudande om tidningen!

Men vad kostar en sån här tidning, med alla fina färgfoton och allt?
Du får den gratis, kompis! 

2017-12-13 @ 16:14:41
Eat Dust is a Belgian denim brand based in Antwerp that is fueled by friendship and mutual interest. Eat Dust officially began life almost 7 years ago when Rob and Keith started the company out of their garage. They’d been friends for a few years before that and had pretty much been talking about doing something for themselves since the day they met. The guys chose the name Eat Dust over beers in their local bar and sketched-out their signature handlebar stitching on the back of a beer coaster, it was from that moment, Eat Dust really ‘kicked off’. Today it’s still just Rob and Keith running the company but thankfully they’ve also had a lot of friends help them out along the way. Eat Dust is not into making fashion, Eat Dust is about proper garments that will stand the test of time. http://www.eatdustclothing.com/


Keith. Photo: Jelle Keppens


Rob. Photo: Jelle Keppens


There has always been a natural bond between Eat Dust and Red Wing Shoes, based on mutual interests in quality, style, craftsmanship, materials, motorcycles, design, art, traveling, and work. We often see each other at different events in different places around the world. We usually meet at occasions at which fine drinks, nice food, loud music, and good times play an important role. It was at one such occasion that the first idea of a collaboration was born. Rob and Keith are long time Red Wing fans and have always had a special love for the Pecos style, so it was a natural decision to work together on a special Pecos boot. It was not long into the designing process that the decision was made to go with a two-tone red colored Pecos. Based on this idea, the Red Wing Shoe Company owned S.B Foot Tannery made the two special tanned leathers Oro-Russet Portage and Oro-Russet Abilene that now form the base of the Eat Dust x Red Wing Pecos, style #4327.

Don’t wait too long to get your Eat Dust x Red Wing Pecos, style #4327! This is a limited one-time production and only available at select locations.
2017-11-29 @ 08:46:15
Black Friday 24/11! 
Vi klär oss i svart, dricker svart kaffe och lyssnar på Johnny Cash, the man in black.
Det är vår Black Friday.
Titta gärna in till oss på Gamla Brogatan 23, vi bjuder på kaffe. Svart.



Bonus:

2017-11-23 @ 17:23:57
Gamla brodagen

Välkommen till Gamla Brodagen 24 augusti på Gamla Brogatan i Stockholm!

Afterwork 15.00-21.00 med bar och tilltugg samt fina erbjudanden från Gamla Brogatans alla butiker.

2017-08-22 @ 15:28:25
På torsdag 4/5 så kommer vi att köra en Trunk Show i Stockholm, våra vänner på SOSO Clothing finns på plats från kl 15 ända fram till kvällens timmar!

SOSO Clothing är ett svenskt denimmärke som låter kunden bestämma hur dennes jeans, chinos, skjorta, jackor ska se ut. SOSO fokuserar på denim i otvättat material, slitstarkt med lång hållbarhet. SOSO Clothing kommer att ha med massor av sommarens hetaste tyger så man får känna och klämma innan man designar sina favvoplagg.

Passa även på att skaffa kängor som funkar grymt bra ihop med dina nya jeans från SOSO.

Kolla in eventet på Facebook

Varmt välkomna!
SOSO & Red Wing Shoe Store Stockholm



2017-05-03 @ 16:34:14
Öppettider i påsk!

Långfredag 12-16
Påskafton 11-17
Påskdagen 12-16
Annandag påsk 12-16
2017-03-22 @ 10:25:12



New Iron Ranger 8083



Worn Iron Ranger 8083


Winter can be tough on your boots. Salt, mud and snow can wreak havoc on leather, requiring vigilant care to ward off the inevitable scuffs and discoloration. And while all leather can benefit from occasional TLC, there’s one that shrugs off abuse better than most: roughout.

Roughout leather is the underside of a hide’s grain, so the grain remains intact. To better visualize roughout, imagine a loaf of bread where the crust is the full grain. The roughout is the soft side of a slice at the end of the loaf; a split grain would be like the inner slices. This gives roughout a surface texture that not only wears well but doesn’t require as much care to keep looking good. Since it is a thick, full-grain leather, roughout also provides superior support and durability, a feature that made it popular with midcentury mountaineers as well as the military who used it for boots during World War II. Roughout combat boots also didn’t require as much care in the field, an added advantage for soldiers.

Of course, all of these traits make roughout an excellent choice for Red Wing Heritage boots, such as our legendary Iron Ranger work boots, but we also use it for our more refined Merchant, where the oiled Muleskinner roughout stands up to slushy city streets. The matte finish and textured surface of roughout give the boots a slightly more dressed-down style, going well with jeans and chinos alike.

Though at first glance, roughout leather can resemble nubuck or suede, the three are quite different. Suede is usually made by splitting full grain leather, resulting in a thinner and less durable leather because there is no grain to keep the fibers intact. Nubuck is full grain leather that has the smooth side sanded to give it a more velvety texture. All three have their distinctive uses and advantages but it’s important to know the difference.

While roughout leather can take considerable abuse, you’ll still want to take care of your boots to keep them looking their best. Red Wing Heritage provides a Care Guide and has the right products to keep your roughout boots going for a long, long time.


2017-02-23 @ 15:12:40

The Cooper, Style No: 2954 & 2964

The so called “Moc Toe” is arguably Red Wing’s most famous trait, found on boots dating back to the earliest days of the company. At first favored by sportsmen in the field, our famous Moc Toe 875 and 877 boots were later adopted as the footwear of choice by the  ironworkers and farmhands who were building and feeding America in the middle of the 20th century. Now, a new boot joins this legendary legacy—the Cooper.



Named for the woodworkers who build barrels and casks, the Cooper takes the classic silhouette of the Red Wing Moc Toe and adds a Vibram 430 Mini-Lug outsole. The Mini-Lug offers a greater measure of traction when you need it—in the mud and snow of the coming season—while keeping a low profile for more refined forays. And the rest of the Cooper is up for it too, with sturdy leathers from our S.B. Foot tannery that shrug off dirt, abrasion and moisture for a lifetime of service. Goodyear welt construction ensures durability and can be resoled as often as you wear them out, which won’t be easy to do, but it’s nice to know.



The Cooper is available in Amber Porter and Black Harness leather, civilized enough for the office, rugged enough for weekends at the cabin. It’s the iconic Red Wing Moc Toe boot, reimagined.

2016-09-26 @ 00:00:00
There was a time when only men wore trousers. But that changed in the early 20th century when ladies traded their dresses and skirts for long pants. That’s because pants are simply better for riding horses, climbing mountains, or flying airplanes, things women started doing with greater frequency. These were the same strong women who fought for voting rights and worked in factories during two World Wars. In the 1920s, Red Wing Shoe Company started selling women’s shoes and boots that were up to the rigors of these new feminine adventures—rugged and functional, redefining what was “lady-like”.


Barn Bluff, 1938. Photo courtesy of Red Wing Shoe Co, Inc., Red Wing, MN

Now we’re doing it again. Introducing the Women’s Collection from Red Wing Heritage.



Style no: 3386, Gloria. From the Legacy Collection




The new Women’s Collection not only pays tribute to our 20th century history, but is also inspired by the independent women of today. The collection is made up of three distinct families. The Legacy boots are directly inspired by two boots we made in the early 20th century—tall, rugged and refined. The Modern collection reinterprets classic shapes—a chukka, a Chelsea, and a lace-up—with a stacked leather heel and feminine lines, which make them both practical and stylish. And finally, the Core boots take classics from our men’s line that women have long cherished, and cut them leaner and more comfortable for a woman’s foot while keeping the legendary Red Wing toughness.


Style no: 3365, Iron Ranger. From the Core Collection.

All of the boots in the Women’s Collection retain the hallmarks that have made us who we are. We use top quality leathers from our own S.B. Foot tannery, the same as we have since the beginning. All the boots are stitched together for unsurpassed durability, using Goodyear welt construction that makes them stronger and resoleable for a lifetime of wear.

When we decided to create the Women’s Collection, we knew the perfect person to spearhead its development: Allison Gettings. Allison embodies all that is a Red Wing woman—literally. Her great-grandfather, grandfather, and father have all taken a turn at the helm of Red Wing Shoe Company since the 1920s. Allison remembers visiting our offices and factories as a child, no doubt smelling the leathers and hearing the machines that have long been used to skive, stitch and nail boots together. Two years ago we tasked Allison with the launch of the Women’s Collection, a job for which she was seemingly born and, after ten years working at Red Wing, a challenge she was ready to take on.


Allison Gettings, Director of Heritage Product Creation


We wanted to start with a tight collection that has really strong ties to our Red Wing DNA,” Allison says, “but we wanted to have a large enough collection with enough gravity that would appeal to customers who know Red Wing, but also those who are maybe new to the brand.”

Allison points to the Gloria boot as an entry point to the women’s line, a tall lace-up that pays homage to the first boot Red Wing made for women in 1926. “It’s important to us that we make these boots to not only look like ones we made in the past, but are actually made in the same way, with the craftsmanship and materials that we used when we first made these shoes.”

Of course, getting nine new styles created was a tall order and not one Allison did herself. For help, she turned to talented designer, Gaal Levine, to start penning the new boots. Gaal drew from her experience in footwear design but also found inspiration in Red Wing’s company archives.

Gaal Levine, Women’s Footwear Designer

“When I first came here, I spent some time doing a deep dive in the archives, looking through old catalogs to see what made sense to bring back.” Gaal counts herself as lucky to work for a footwear company that has its own company archivist. And its own tannery. During the design and prototyping phase, Gaal and Allison were able to talk to the master tanner at S.B. Foot about what was possible—new colors and leathers that suited the unique requirements of building boots for women.


Style no: 3396, Lillian. From the Modern Collection

Women have long favored Red Wing boots and often would wear our men’s boots in smaller sizes. But the new collection is designed just for them, with lighter weight and softer leathers, more cushioned fiber insoles, and built around all new lasts that are tailored for women’s feet. So while the Engineer, Iron Ranger and Moc Toe of the new Core collection may look like their masculine counterparts, they’re entirely feminine, from the ground up.

While the Women’s Collection is new to Red Wing Heritage, making women’s shoes is not new to Red Wing. 90 years after we made our first boots for strong, independent women, we’re making them again, just as tough and beautiful as ever. Just like the women we make them for.


2016-09-06 @ 00:00:00