Women's Leather Connelly Boot x Red Wing Shoes

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This boot is based on Red Wing Shoes’ Engineer boot and has been updated for Indian Motorcycle® riders. This 11-inch pull-on boot features plain toe styling, Heeled Oil Resistant Cushion Crepe sole to provide grip and lighter weight and an instep strap to adjust the fit. The premium Red Wing Shoes® Black Harness leather, original Indian Motorcycle® buckles, embossed logo and white stitching deliver the best of fashion and function. These boots feature Goodyear welt construction and puritan chain stitching. 

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Available sizes: 35 - 41

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RED WING SHOES® & INDIAN MOTORCYCLE® PARTNERSHIP
Two Iconic American brands that were founded in the early part of the twentieth century: Indian Motorcycle® in 1901 and Red Wing Shoes® in 1905. Both share a legacy of authenticity, craftsmanship and products that embody a legendary spirit. Today both brands also share the great state of Minnesota. Our corporate headquarters are located about 80 miles apart and our shared values took us down US-10 to see what might happen when these two brands get together.


Red Wing Shoes® and Indian Motorcycle® partnered on the release of a complete line of limited edition, high-quality, handcrafted motorcycle boots. This partnership provides our riders with the best America has to offer, utilizing the highest quality fine-grain leather that will deliver the utmost comfort, protection and style.


SIZING AND BREAK IN
A new pair of Red Wing® Heritage boots should fit comfortably tight on your foot, with enough room to freely wiggle your toes. Over time the full grain leather upper, leather footboard and cork midsole mold to your feet, creating an enduring and customized fit over time with each wear.


HISTORY BEHIND THE STYLE
Originally developed for engineers working on America’s railroads in the 1930s, the pull-on styling and minimal stitching was designed to protect their feet from hot embers.