RED WING - IRISH SETTER, Limited Series
In the postwar years of the last century, Red Wing Shoe Company introduced a 9-inch lace-upboot for sportsmen—bird and deer hunters who spent autumn days in the woods and marshes of North America. The boot, called the Style No. 954, made use of leather tanned with the bark of sequoia trees that gave it a distinctive deep reddish-orange color known as “Oro Russet”. It was so similar to the coat of a certain breed of hunting dog that it was given the name, “Irish Setter”, in our 1950 catalog and it quickly became a popular boot.
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