A cowboy and his Pecos. Our man Victor loves his Stetson Open Road and on his lap you see his boot of choice for today, the 8188 Pecos (https://goo.gl/VoMhpe) in the wonderful Hawthorne Muleskineer Roughout.
Just like the Crocodile Hunter Irwin used to say back in the day. This Red Wing 8-inch Moc Toe from 1953 has some serious mileage on them. Details we love are the beautiful patina, the green hunter tag, and a heeled Avon Du-Flex outsole.
We customized this beautiful pair of Iron Ranger in the one of a kind Oxblood Mesabi leather with a Traction Tred Cushion Crepe Wedge you guys know from the Moc Toe Collection.
Our man Karl took a marvelous shot of his 9197 Postman. Definitely an underdog choice, which needs way more appreciation.
Back by popular demand! Last Saturday we showed you our rare Irish Setter display from the 1950s we decided to use for the Irish Setter 9875 Moc Toe limited edition release.
At least our feet are dry. Today, I put my beloved 8111 Iron Ranger to the test.
Dieser Schuh ist ein wahres Sammlerstück! Der bis dato exklusiv in Japan erhältliche, gelb-orangene 9875 Moc Toe in dem einzigartigen Golden Sequoia Leder wird in einer streng limitierten Stückzahl nach Europa ausgeliefert.
Today we present you the 8282, which was part of the 100-Year Anniversary Collection back in 2005, also known as the Centennial Collection!
Due to the upcoming European Red Wing Shoe Store Exclusive release of the Japanese 2995 this Wednesday, we chose this special piece of footwear history to share with you.
Roaming around on eBay we found this unicorn a couple of years ago.
We received a letter mailed on Feb 12, 1924 from the Red Wing Shoe Company informing us that the "...size 9 in the stock number 705" in the D-last is currently not available.
Go outside, enjoy the weather, and spend some quality time in your Red Wing boots.
It is a type of shoe, also known as the Richelieus in French (Yes, we looked that up), that can come quite handy during the warmer time of year.
Custom Balmoral Lace-to-Toe! This beautiful 2907 Lineman was initially developed for the Japanese market and is also the only colorway that was never available in Europe.
Our boot of choice for the hotter time of year is the 3322 Weekender Chukka. Comfortable right at the bat and a sturdy friend for you feet.
...don´t let him steal your heart away! That´s not just a Chuck Berry song. We really like this interpretation of a classic Chelsea boot for the summer time.
In 2013 the Amsterdam-based denim institution Tenue de Nimes collaborated with Red Wing for their 5th year anniversary.
Red Wing, Minnesota is a city along the western banks of the Upper Mississippi River and home of Red Wing Shoe Company.
Our buddy Ulf from the berlin-based Urban Light Factory builds every lamp with so much attention to detail by hand.
On the 1st of May the Red Wing Berlin Crew will dance for tolerance, love, and peace.
That is what our dear friend Aileen from The Moto Quest wanted to achieve...so she saddled up and off she went with one of our Red Wing Iron Ranger boots, as her trustworthy companion.
George Curleigh (VP of Red Wing Heritage & Vasque Footwear) and Gabor Magyar (MD of Red Wing Heritage Europe) stopped by our store, talked about future plans, and we took them on a tour through our archive.
Just resole them. This beautiful 9111 Round Toe has received new life from our cobbler.
Here you guys can see a selection of colorways the staple Irish Setter was available in in the past.
As the weather is getting warmer and warmer in Germany, we wanted to take the new Weekender Oxford 3305 out on a stroll.
We just scored this US Army boot made on the 29 September, 1961.
This 9016 Beckman (https://goo.gl/yQ3ANA) was from a dear customer of ours in Munich during our Red Wing Shoe Care Day.
Durch euch war der Red Wing Shoe Care Day 2017 in Berlin, Hamburg und München ein voller Erfolg.
Last Sunday Shopping in Berlin for 2016! This Sunday, 4th Advent, from 1pm to 6pm Victor will open the Berlin Store for you, so that you can do your last Christmas shopping!
The 3148 Work Chukka in the Black Chrome leather was developed exclusively for the Japanese market back in 2010.
Trick or Treat? Definitely a Treat! Today, on Halloween, we received this beauty in the mail. According to our research, the tag, and the almost illegible stamp it seems to be a resoled 1950s Red Wing 85.
The Cooper is a reinterpretation of the all time Red Wing classics 875 Moc Toe and 877 Irish Setter, which used to be the boots of choice for work, sport, and hunting enthusiasts in the 1950s.
With Wings to Amsterdam! This week we had a Red Wing Meeting to plan and get a sneak peek on what great things we have in store for you in 2017.
Little girl with strong taste! Lisi took her Mom shopping in Munich.
Our Red Wing enamel collectors cups just arrived! The ideal partner for your morning coffee, which is for once Made in Germany.
This deadstock, unworn 1980s 2981 Round Toe is very special. The toe cap has a higher angle, which gives this boot a more prominent effect.