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About Red Wing

Named after the Minnesota town it calls home, Red Wing is one of the U.S.’s foremost producers of work boots and shoes that can withstand any activity – from logging and mining to all of your wildest weekend adventuring about town. Founded by shoe merchant Charles Beckman in 1905, Red Wing supplied the U.S. Army’s footwear during World Wars I and II and, by the 1980s, was designing more than 150 rugged footwear styles — all handmade by its dedicated team of craftspeople. Still family-owned after more than a century in business, Red Wing offers everything from sturdy oxfords and hiking shoes to motorcycle and chukka boots, sneakers, and work boots for every trade. The brand’s esteemed Heritage collection features wax-thread triple stitching for maximum durability.

Past Sales Featuring Red Wing

Sale Ended January 16, 2011

Shoes In Your Size: 8 - 1/14/2011

Ah, that perennial problem: You’re scouring a sale for shoes, and just when you think you’ve found the perfect pair, and are starting to figure out which suits and jeans they'll work with, you suddenly discover that the store is completely, utterly sold out of them in your size. It’s the shopping equivalent of that old trope in the movies where a turntable needle scratches across a record. Well, whether you’re looking for sneakers, boots, or lace-ups, you won’t experience that here, because every shoe in this sale comes in your size.

Sale Ended August 26, 2013

Shoes: Size 8

Sale Ended July 23, 2013

Sunday Night Steals

End the weekend on a high note with a great deal on some of menswear’s greatest hits. Here you’ll find everything from suede bomber jackets by Marc by Marc Jacobs to sturdy boots by Red Wings. It’s the kind of selection you’ll want to tell your friends about (but only after you’ve made your picks).

Sale Ended May 13, 2013

Boat Shoes

In case you were wondering, you definitely do not need to be on a boat to rock a pair of boat shoes. Given how comfortable and classically stylish they are, we’re hard pressed to think of any place — except perhaps for a wedding — where they don’t work swimmingly. Unless, of course, that wedding is on a boat.