Red Wing Shoes® Collection Of Boots For Indian Motorcycle

redwings1Indian Motorcycle®,announced the general availability of the “Red Wing Shoes® Collection” for Indian Motorcycle®. This line of fine, handcrafted American motorcycle boots combines the finest leathers and quality materials with Red Wing Shoes® legendary reputation for uncompromising craftsmanship. The two legendary Minnesota-based manufacturers partnered to design and produce the line of three unique boot styles for men and women to celebrate the rich heritage of both brands and to build upon their mutual legacy of American-manufactured excellence dating back more than a century.

redwings2Worthington (Men’s Black Pull-On Boots) 
Named after the street in Springfield, Mass., where Indian Motorcycle® began full-scale production in 1902, this boot is based on Red Wing Shoes’ classic Engineer style and has been modified for Indian Motorcycle riders. This 11-inch pull-on boot features plain toe styling, a Vibram® 430 sole for higher grip and abrasion resistance, and an instep strap for precise fitting. The premium Red Wing Shoes® Black Harness leather, original Indian Motorcycle® buckles, embossed logo and all black stitching deliver the ultimate in classic motorcycle styling. These boots feature Goodyear® welt construction and puritan chain stitching.
redwings3Spirit Lake (Men’s Brown Lace-Up Boots) 
In homage to the dedicated men and women in Spirit Lake, Iowa, who build each and every Indian Motorcycle® with a passion for quality and true American craftsmanship, this boot is modeled after Red Wing Shoes’ popular Iron Ranger. It’s an 8-inch boot developed to provide a stable fit and firm ankle protection, with a Vibram® 430 sole for superb grip and abrasion resistance and features a double layer leather toe cap for added protection. The premium Red Wing Shoes® Amber Portage leather, gunmetal eyelets and all-brown stitching make these boots a favorite for around-town styling, comfort and rugged support. These boots feature Goodyear® welt construction and triple-stitched quality.
Connelly (Women’s Black Pull-On Boots) 
In honor of women riders around the world and Indian Motorcycle’s 100-year heritage of supporting them, this boot is named after Catherine Connelly of Owatonna, Minn., one of the brand’s earliest female riders and loyalists. Even during the Depression, she and her husband made periodic trips to Springfield to buy new Indian Motorcycles and they would ride them back to Owatonna. This boot is based on Red Wing Shoes’ Engineer boot. 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 perfect fusion of fashion and function. These boots feature Goodyear® welt construction and puritan chain stitching.
The Klock Werks Custom Red Wing Shoes® Indian Scout 
To honor and celebrate the partnership and the new “Red Wing Shoes® Collection, Indian Motorcycle® partnered with Red Wing Shoes® and Brian Klock and his talented team at Klock Werks in Mitchell, South Dakota to design and build a special one-of-a-kind bike to showcase the craftsmanship of these two iconic American brands – with a Klock Werks twist. Drawing upon inspiration from a tour of the Red Wing Shoes® tannery and factory, the bike that Klock Werks created embodies the qualities that makes each brand legendary – handmade craftsmanship, comfort, style and durability. The bike features new Klock Werks accessories and all of the leather on the bike is the original Oro Russet used since the Heritage boot incept

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7 Responses to “Red Wing Shoes® Collection Of Boots For Indian Motorcycle”


  1. 1 KIrk Perry Sep 30th, 2016 at 10:23 am

    It might do to put another hole in that boot strap. Chippawa finally did. Red WIng didn’t. I saw Liam Neeson wearing a pair – the strap was pulled to the last hole, with the free-end was dragging on the ground. :p You’ll end-up pulling that strap to it’s last hole within the first month of wearing.
    I’ll never understand why these boot people don’t ask my opinion before they turn-out a jillion pairs made wrong. And don’t try and make another hole in the strap yourself. It’s an art left to a quality shoe shop.

  2. 2 18Bravo Sep 30th, 2016 at 12:35 pm

    My wife told me about one of these pairs the other day, (not sure which pair) and I guessed they’d be $269, judging by other Indian merchandise we’ve purchased. Well, I was only low by fi’ty bucks.

    But as for holes? My starter wife and I use to make “Spurs” for boots back in the late 80’s using dog chain, and conchos and leather strip from Tandy. Making holes with a leather punch is about as hard as operating a stapler.

  3. 3 KIrk Perry Oct 1st, 2016 at 10:30 am

    “My starter wife…” 🙂
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    The holes are easy to make in leather, but will they be exactly in-line with the others? Once punched there’s no going back!

  4. 4 Roberto Oct 1st, 2016 at 10:32 am

    I know boots and have some old Red wings,my favorites being 16 yr old 1212’s. What’s a starter wife?

  5. 5 spaz Oct 1st, 2016 at 11:37 am

    They’re just ugly.

  6. 6 richards Oct 1st, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    Red Wing boots are some of the finest around. And, they last forever and are very well designed. If you ever get near Red Wing Mn., stop in their museum/store on main st. (Hwy. 63).

  7. 7 MDSPHOTO Oct 2nd, 2016 at 8:26 am

    spaz
    Oct 1st, 2016 at 11:37 am
    They’re just ugly.

    Spaz-Do you mean the boots or the starter wife?

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