Founded in 1905, Charles H. Beckman began the Red Wing Shoe Company in the quiet river town of Red Wing, Minnesota. Producing quality boots for the working man, the first Red Wing boot style sells for $1.75.

Over the next decade, Red Wing gains such high popularity and reputation for quality that during WWI, soldiers are issued the Red Wing No. 16.

Red Wing’s exemplary service during WWI is remembered and is called on once again by the American Military after they join WWII. Red Wing begins manufacturing boots for soldiers, making 239 different sizes and widths for the Army alone.

Today, Red Wing continues to make work products for people who depend on their footwear being safe, durable and comfortable.

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