In the 1950s, policemen still walked their beats and the postman walked his mail route. The hours spent on their feet called for comfortable and sturdy footwear and in 1954, Red Wing® responded with style No. 101, a classic oxford with a moldable insole.
Constructed to meet uniform requirements, but tough enough for everything a policeman or mail carrier might encounter while on his rounds.
Inspired by the No. 101, the #3120 Postman Oxford has soft strength and is crafted with Roughout Hawthorne Muleskinner, reverse-side sueded leather and an Atlas Lite Tred outsole for a classic, yet modern look -with or without socks.
Fit: They should feel tight when first worn. Size down a full size from your normal shoe size.
Care: keep from getting wet and spot wash when soiled.
Check out the Iron Ranger #8083, also in Roughout Hawthorne Suede.
Due to their durable American Made construction, these boots will last for years to come.
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