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Red Wing Shoes Blacksmith Boots - Leather, Factory 2nds (For Men)

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Overview

About Red Wing Shoes Blacksmith Boots - Leather, Factory 2nds (For Men)

Factory 2nds. Red Wing Heritage 3340 Blacksmith boots boast clean lines and American handcrafted construction in a classic round-toe style. Triple-stitched for durability, the Briar Oil Slick leather upper is water- and stain-resistant.

Specs

Specs about Red Wing Shoes Blacksmith Boots - Leather, Factory 2nds (For Men)

  • Gusseted tongue
  • Upper: Leather
  • Lining: Leather-lined toe box and heel cup
  • Outsole: Vibram® rubber
  • Height: 6"
  • Heel height: 1-1/4"
  • Weight (pair): 3 lb. 4 oz.
  • All specs based on size 10
  • Made in United States of America
  • Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
  • US shipments only

Reviews

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4.838709 5 Overall Rating: 4.8 Based on 31 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

good boot, better service
Reviewed by Joe from metal/wood shop in DC on Monday, April 24, 2017
This is the first online purchase I've ever reviewed. Too good an experience to not give STP a nod.

I wear a size 10 in just about everything, so I ordered the Blacksmiths in a 9.5 per the internet's suggestion. They came quickly and were flawless. I couldn't tell what made them a "factory secon... Read More
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  • Very well made, beautiful, thick leather & no flaws that I can find--a steal!
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gloria from Southern California on Friday, July 6, 2018
    I needed new footwear for work and have been happy with the Red Wing boots (seconds, here on STP) I recently purchased for my husband, so decided to try some for myself as well. I don't really need a true workbook, but I need something better than just a tennis shoe and RW styles I have purchased so far have been just great (I expected a protracted break-in period, and I have to say that these definitely live up to that reputation--I would say it takes me a good month or so of gradually increasing the time I spend in them day by day before I can really wear them out & about). I already have the RW Iron Rangers and the Beckman's, and recently picked up a pair of these (Blacksmith) as well. All are extremely well made and the leather is exceptional. The fit is similar, as all three are made on the same last (#8). I typically wear a size 9.5 or 10 in women's sizing, and 7.5 seems about right for these. This particular style is my favorite of the three--they have a rugged, no-fuss appearance and they look & feel as if they will wear for years. The oil-tanned leather is extremely durable and easy to care for. I thought from the picture that these might be the spit-fire leather, but they are not. I could not find very much information on this particular style (#3345) as it is apparently either discontinued or not-made for the US market (product image & description is not available on the RW Heritage US website) but except for the leather finish these seem comparable to the #3341 charcoal rough & tough style represented on the manufacturer's website. I have been pleasantly surprised by the obvious quality in all of the RW 'seconds' shoes/boots I have recently purchased through STP. I fully expected to be sending some of them back due to unacceptable defects, but the few times I have even found what I think might be the flaw that resulted in these being branded as a second, it was very minor and of a cosmetic nature only (and most of the time I can't find anything at all wrong). The same held true for the several pairs I purchased for my husband and other family members as well. I would happily recommend these to anyone! It seems like a great way to get superb quality at an incredibly low price, and just in case someone does end up with a pair that has an obvious flaw, STP's return policy makes it practically risk-free. With our new boots, I think my husband and I are now set for life! The only caveat would be that as so many others have mentioned, I find these shoes to be longer and narrower than expected, so for men, I would suggest at least one-half size down to start (maybe even a full size down for men that typically wear a 'D' width; they may still be very tight). I am not sure this idea would work for men that wear an 'E' width--compared to some of my husband's footwear in other brands, these look more like a 'C' than a 'D' to me...For women, I would say three sizes down (RW men's size 6 similar to women's size 9) to start and be prepared to try several styles and sizes.
  • Awesome Price for Great Boots
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by SneakieJoe from Meat Shed, Indiana on Thursday, June 21, 2018
    If you're at all familiar with Red Wing Heritage boots then you'll know that these things are golden. These are essentially the same the Iron Rangers without the toe cap and with some slightly different stitching. They fit exactly like my Iron Rangers but are a bit dressier looking.
    Same as always on the fit, these run about a half size large. I wear a 12 in Adidas and Chucks, and an 11.5 in all Red Wing Heritage boots. They are slightly narrow when brand new but I've never at all had a problem with break in. I've heard people say that breaking in Blacksmiths or Iron Rangers is a brutal week, but if they fit correctly then they should never be horrible.
    As far as these being factory seconds; I THINK that mine are factory seconds because of a barely visible scuff near the toe of my left boot. After wearing these things around for a day or two and picking up some new scuffs / filth (I work outdoors), you would absolutely never know. The leather is super high quality, the Vibram 430 is an incredible sole, the leather insole will eventually fit your foot like it was made just for you, and of course paying only about 50% for the whole thing is just ridiculous.
    I hate to say this, I absolutely love Red Wing shoes, but I don't know if I'll ever buy from a store again knowing that these seconds are available.
  • Comfortable out of the box
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Racephoto from Wisconsin on Saturday, March 31, 2018
    Well made and surprising comfortable right away. Fits true to size.
  • Great boots
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mike Y from Brooklyn on Thursday, February 15, 2018
    Love these boots. Fit is great (although I went a full size down). Would recommend getting fit for the boots elsewhere before you order 2nds online.
  • Excellent craftsmanship
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by TRUMPETBSD from Tennessee on Thursday, February 15, 2018
    I was a bit concerned about sizing due to reviews floating around the internet, but I ended up sizing down a half size (9D) from my Brannock (9.5D). They still feel a bit roomy, but with a thick pair of wool socks they are perfect. Again, I was concerned about breaking them in due to reviews, but they have been nothing but comfortable since day one.

    As far as seconds go, I can't really tell why these didn't make the cut as firsts. Maybe some of the stitching isn't 100% uniform? I really don't know and I am super picky about things like these.

Question & Answer

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  • “Hi , I am trying to determine which Red Wing leather is on these Black Blacksmith boots. Do you have more details on the type of leather or what model number these are? Should be a 4 digit number for Red Wings. Thanks. ”
    Asked by Jimmy the Hiker from NJ on 6/26/2018 12:07:56 PM
    • These are model 3345.
      Answered on 6/26/2018 4:25:03 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • 3345. I think it's their Rough and Tough leather. It's oil tanned and not really a black polished leather, just stained.
      Answered on 6/27/2018 6:35:25 AM by SneakieJoe from Meatshack, IN
  • “Are these purely dress boots or are they strong enough to do work in.”
    Asked by Brock F from MO on 5/24/2017 7:39:09 PM
    • They seem strong enough to work in...depending on the type of work. However, as I am using them for dress boots, taking care not to scuff them as it seems they will show such wear quite easily and not sure they could ever be recovered back to a 'dress' state if that happens to much. I would also point out Redwing's solid work boot reputation and the original price on these boots as indicators of their ability to withstand wear and tear.
      Answered on 5/25/2017 7:58:51 AM by Ben from St. Louis, MO
    • I'm just a truck driver but they work great for me. I recently hit my foot, toe first, against a piece of iron elbow that I didn't see on the ground. Put a nasty mark on the boots but my foot was fine. I take good care of my footwear, oil and cleaning etc... so they still look good but I use them for work.
      Answered on 5/25/2017 2:16:21 PM by UPSmonkey from Utah
  • “Is the Hawthorne colorway of these boots the Hawthorne Muleskinner leather that is featured on such boots as the Iron Rangers?”
    Asked by JDH from Minnesota on 3/8/2017 1:17:41 PM
    • Similar, but not the same one. Both leather Color are also slightlydifferent.
      Black smith leather is little more bright than iron ranger.
      Answered on 3/8/2017 5:02:15 PM by Jongwan from Seoul
  • “Are the copper version of these boots roughout/suede leather or are they the Copper Rough and Tough?”
    Asked by JDH from Minnesota on 3/8/2017 10:33:57 AM
    • They are not roughout suede. Its close to rough and tough copper leather , but only look similar to suede.
      Answered on 3/8/2017 10:52:18 AM by Jongwan from Seoul

About Red Wing Shoes

With a heritage dating back to 1905, Red Wing Shoes are legendary as an American success story. One Red Wing shoe style was standard GI-issue for WWI soldiers, and after emerging successfully from the Great Depression and the Second World War, the Red Wing brand name became synonymous with reliable, comfortable leather shoes and boots. Norman Rockwell, the artist famous for Americana artwork, even created a series of drawings for Red Wing Shoes. In the 1970s, Red Wing Shoes spread to Canada, Mexico, South America and Europe, offering its popular line of leather work boots and shoes. Red Wing has broadened its scope to offer everything from casual leather lace-up shoes and loafers to rugged work boots to thong sandals. Today, Red Wing runs three production facilities employing hundreds of expert craftsmen, but still makes each pair of oxfords, loafers, work boots and athletic shoes by hand.