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83402 Two Harbors
Red Wing Shoe Company is pleased to launch a new initiative that aims to improve tour best-in-class customer service. The Core Styles Initiative is an exciting program where Red Wing will increase the service level on out best performing shoe styles. This means higher in-stocks, greater inventory levels and better service response time to stores to ensure customer satisfaction. We have highlighted and labeled the vest-setting styles that will maintained at ehe highest possible service level.
- Upper: Full Grain, Waterproof Leather
- Footbed: Removable Polyurethane
- Construction: Cement Welt
- Steel Toe
- Care: Leather Protector, NaturSeal™
- Polyurethane midsole provides great durability and underfoot comfort
- Rubber outsole for durability
Irish Setter UltraDry™ Waterproof System:
Our UltraDry™ construction combines a moisture management
lining with waterproof components for dry, long-lasting comfort and performance.
Comfort tongue technology was designed to minimize pressure some hunters feet on their shin from the top of the boot tongue. A four-way stretch nylon offers relief and flexibility while walking, and an internal padded waffle mesh maintains premium comfort.
This technology is a protective covering that is incredibly tough and abrasion resistant. Placement of ArmaTec™ in high wear areas helps preserve and lengthen the life of a boot.
This technology combines increased flexibility in the forefoot with a stable platform in the hell. Our superior dual-construction process incorporates a welted heel for extra stability, with cement construction in the forefoot for added flexibility and a comfortable fit.
Exceptional design intersects with innovative rubber compounds to create versatile, performance outsoles. Vibram® outsoles offer excellent traction and high abrasion resistance in a multitude of environments.
Heel-Resistant Outsole (HRO):
Soles that have been designed and tested to perform on high heat surfaces. Soles identified as HRO are heat resistant to melting at a minimum of 475° Fahrenheit.