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Red Wing Shoes Merchant Oxford Shoes - Leather, Factory Seconds (For Men)

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Overview

About Red Wing Shoes Merchant Oxford Shoes - Leather, Factory Seconds (For Men)

Factory 2nds. Red Wing Heritage Merchant oxford shoes are both office worthy and weekend ready with their sleek, clean silhouette expertly crafted in premium leather or suede, and set atop a sturdy, flexible outsole for steady traction.

Specs

Specs about Red Wing Shoes Merchant Oxford Shoes - Leather, Factory Seconds (For Men)

  • Upper: Color (01) is suede; color (02) is leather
  • Lining: Leather and fabric
  • Outsole: Synthetic
  • Heel height: 1"
  • Weight (pair): 3 lb.
  • All specs based on size 10
  • Made in United States of America
  • Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide

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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 2 reviews

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Very good deal, excellent quality, minor flaw (cosmetic)
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gloria from Southern California on Thursday, June 21, 2018
Great shoes! I have purchased several pairs of Red Wing boots for my husband from STP; the quality is excellent, and the flaws so minor as to be of no consequence so I thought I would try a pair of shoes for myself. I typically wear size 9.5 (women) in a dressier shoe and 10 (women) in boots or athl... Read More
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  • Very good deal, excellent quality, minor flaw (cosmetic)
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gloria from Southern California on Thursday, June 21, 2018
    Great shoes! I have purchased several pairs of Red Wing boots for my husband from STP; the quality is excellent, and the flaws so minor as to be of no consequence so I thought I would try a pair of shoes for myself. I typically wear size 9.5 (women) in a dressier shoe and 10 (women) in boots or athletic shoes, and often have to chose a wide width; after observing my husband's experience (I ordered a half size down from his normal size) as well as reading a ton of reviews including some from other women, I decided to try a size 8 and I found them to be a bit narrower and quite a bit longer than I expected, but I was afraid 7.5 wouldn't fit at all (I now think I am wrong about that). Initially, these were quite tight across the vamp (I have a high instep which makes buying new shoes a pain, literally). After starting the break-in process, these loosened up quickly (within a week of wearing them several hours/day) which is less than I have experienced breaking in Dr. Martens in the past, and they are becoming comfortable. I now think a 7.5 would have actually been the better choice for this particular style, so that is what I will try next time (these are for work, but I would like a second pair for casual wear). My new rule of thumb will be to go one size down to convert from men's to women's sizing and then one and a half size down to account for the fit of this brand and that will be my starting point. For women with a medium width and normal arches and instep, I think the best starting point would be to go down two sizes to convert from men's to women's sizing and then one size down. I do think there is some variation in the fit among the different styles (apparently due to being made on different lasts) as sometimes a 7.5 seems about right (RW Blacksmith) whereas other times an 8 is way too large (RW Rover--these fit my husband) or almost too small (RW 8133--I was barely able to get my foot into these...a 7.5 would never have worked). It is hard to buy footwear online, but at least they can be easily exchanged. I hate to go through the hassle, but luckily for me (unluckily for my wallet) I have several family members who are only too happy to take any mistakes in ordering off of my hands! The only flaw I was able to find was a splotchy area of leather where the color appeared to be muddled (as if a painting had been smudged while still wet) and it doesn't affect the integrity of the leather or the quality of the shoe at all and since the shoes are a matte black, it is not at all obvious.
  • Great shoe
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Nathan from Kentucky on Tuesday, February 13, 2018
    Another great pair of shoes from red wing and Sierra trading post. As usual I can't tell what made these seconds but I'm happy to save the cash. I really like having a business casual shoe that's constructed like a boot. And just like the boots these run big so I went a size down and they fit perfect.

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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.