From: Huckberry - Thursday Sep 12, 2019 07:05 am
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Two-hundred and thirty. That’s how many steps it takes to handbuild a pair of Red Wing boots at their old-school factory in Red Wing, Minnesota. Cutting the leather by hand, sewing it on a century-old machine, and stitching the outsole onto the boots still goes like it did in 1905—when Charles Beckman started Red Wing for the purpose of making “truly good shoes.” Our pick for fall is their comfortable, full-grain leather Weekender Collection. The completely resoleable, off-the-clock chelseas and chukkas have the workhorse pedigree of classic Red Wings—but are lightweight and require no break-in time. So as soon as they hit your door, you can put ‘em to work. SHOP NOW

“I don’t need an alarm. My ideas wake me.” —Ray Bradbury 
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