Eat Dust Pecos Boots, Style No. 4327 - Red Wing Shoes Collab

2.599,00 dkr

STYLE NO. 4327 : Eat Dust x Red Wing Pecos

It is a shared love for quality, craftsmanship and heritage that binds the worlds of Red Wing Shoes and denim together. Both were born in the spirit of American pioneering. Red Wing Shoes teamed up with Belgian denim-house Eat Dust Clothing to create a boot that would honour the long-lasting relationship between their products. The result is the Limited Edition Red Wing Shoes 4327 Eat Dust Pecos. The Pecos were initially developed for Texan cowboys, being ideal for horseback riding and able to withstand the harsh conditions caused by constant heat and drought. However, the style was immediately adopted by oil-workers, farmers and construction workers after their release in the early 1920’s because of its amazing practicality and durability. The Red Wing Shoes 4327 Eat Dust Pecos feature two-tone design using both the Oro-Russet Portage leather and the amazing Oro-Russet Abilene ‘Rough-out’ leather. The Red Wing Shoes 4327 Eat Dust Pecos come with a vintage shoe box label, a 673 Eat Dust patch, a leather keyring and a lookbook! They are the ultimate Limited Edition for the true Red Wing collector.

  • Limited Edition collaboration with Belgian denim-house Eat Dust Clothing

  • Red Wing Oro-Russet Portage oil tanned leather and Red Wing Oro-Russet Abilene ‘Rough-out’ leather.

  • Red Wing Pecos style

  • 3.5 mm heel

  • Amber Chemigum Cork sole

  • Puritan double stich

  • Comes with a vintage shoe box label, a 673 Eat Dust patch, a leather keyring and a lookbook!

Red Wing /Eat Dust Pecos from Eat Dust Clothing on Vimeo.

 

FITTING INFORMATION

Red Wing Shoes tend to run larger than your regular shoe size. Please take this into consideration when purchasing a pair. We would therefore recommend to take this style half a size down.

THE HISTORY BEHIND THE STYLE

Red Wing Shoe Company had an office in Dallas, Texas as early as 1923 to serve the unique market of ranchers, cowboys and oil drilling roughnecks in the region. At the time, most of these workers wore pull-on riding boots, often with decorative stitching, and Red Wing responded with one of its own in the 1930s. Our pull-on boot was given a new name, Pecos, after a town in Texas and it evolved into one of our most popular styles, thanks to its simple design, comfortable fit, and rugged good looks. Still made the same way with quality leathers in our factory in Red Wing, the Pecos is now seen on hardworking feet from coast to coast, both ends of the Mississippi, and everywhere in between. Call it a cowboy boot, with a Minnesota twist.

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PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT

Red Wing's sturdy soles, premium leathers, triple stitching and Goodyear welt construction all work together to make quality boots that will last a lifetime. It takes more than 230 steps to hand craft each pair of Red Wing Shoes but it only takes three steps to keep them clean, conditioned and protected.

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