Classic Moc Boot Black Harness Leather
The classic Moc Toe boot is synonymous with Red Wing's heritage. The 9075 gives a nod to that heritage and the original 1950's Moc Toe work boot. The 6" 7 eyelet boot is constructed from Black Harness leather, with a white Traction Tred rubber outsole and of course Goodyear Welt construction.
- Black Harness Oil Tanned leather
- Traction Tred crepe wedge outsole
- Goodyear Welt Construction. Suitable for resoling
- Nickel Eyelets
- 48" Taslan lace
- Made in USA
- Built on Red Wing's no.23 last. Created in the 1950's it is possibly Red Wing's most iconic last.
- The Moc Toe has extra room in the forefoot (toe area) and instep which allows easier entry to the shoe.
- Most of our customers purchase 1/2 to one full size smaller than their normal size.
When purchasing a heritage style work boot it is important to get a snug fit. This will allow the boot to mould and adapt to your foot and prevent heel slippage. Just make sure you can still wiggle your toes though. After all comfort is what it's all about.
Oil tanned leather is exceptionally durable as well as being naturally water, stain and perspiration resistant. It also provides a more natural look and feel because less finishing materials have been applied, allowing its natural beauty to shine through. Oil-Tanned leather has been used to build countless work boots throughout Red Wing’s 110+ year history.
Show a little love to your Red Wing boots and they will repay you ten fold. Regular cleaning, and protecting will prolong the life of your boot and keep the leather soft and well conditioned. For most of us, one pair of these boots should last close to a lifetime.
A good dry brush is often enough to remove dust but for bigger jobs we recommend Red Wing Leather Cleaner. Once dry always re condition and protect with Red Wing All Natural Boot Oil . Red Wing Mink Oil is also a popular choice with many of our customers who prefer the added protection of Silicon and Lanolin
The Moc Toe was originally conceived for Sportsmen in 1950's. shortly afterwards farm and factory workers took to the boots for their all-day comfort and lasting durability. The crescent-shaped toe stitching is inspired by the construction of moccasins originally worn by the North American Algonquin Indians.