For one hundred years Red Wing has made boots based on four basic principles: quality, craftsmanship, durability and comfort. Founded in Red Wing, Minnesota by Charles H. Beckman in 1905, the company’s adherence to these principles has helped it expand globally into a recognized leader of boot making. The secret to Red Wing’s success is in its workers, who inspect every square inch of leather that arrives in the factory and works on each boot by hand through most of the manufacturing process. This kind of self-critique can only come from a shoemaker who believes in its product. For 100 years, Red Wing has been believing in its quality, craftsmanship, durability and comfort. So should you.