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Thank you to all of the hardworking men and women who have helped clean up after the storms in our home state, MN.
Last week, two brand new tanning barrels arrived at our S.B. Foot Tannery. See part of the process in this photo,
Designed for workers who need extra protection while on the job. What work do your 2404’s help you accomplish?
Take a look at our sales team in 1912 outside of our factory in Red Wing, Minnesota.
Today we grill, laugh, light fireworks & raise our flag in salute to our great American home. Happy 4th of July!
Here's a look at our offices and factory at the foot of Barn Bluff in Red Wing, Minnesota circa 1954.
Red Wing, MN is hosting a Habitat for Humanity Women Build project & we are proud to have some great women involved
The 4473 isn’t as simple as its sleek design might look with a steel toe & a puncture resistant and EH-rated sole.
What work are your Red Wings helping you accomplish this summer? Tweet or send photos to email@example.com
To the man we’ve always looked up to. Happy Father’s Day!
Just down the road from Red Wing, a brand new bridge has been constructed over the Mississippi river in Hastings.
2 years after the Joplin tornado, David Drake & his staff are working hard in their new location on East 32nd St.
A popular style with customers, the 866 is a workhorse outfitted to tackle whatever a long day’s work has in store.
This catalog cover was published in 1919 features a soldier returning home and celebrates our armed forces.
The Skytrooper boots we have on display in our offices came to us with a lot of history and this testimonial.
Here's our flagship store staff holding an American flag flown over Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom.
Check out this photo taken in the ‘80s of one of our boot building machines developed by our R&D departments.
Check out the 708's appearance 40 years ago in our 1973 catalog on the left and on the right is the 708 today.
Taken in the 1980s, this photo is from our Red Wing, MN manufacturing plant and features our GUSBI machine.
Take a peek at what our research and development department looked like back in 1986.
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