Special Delivery: New Postman Oxford Styles

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Red Wing Heritage Postman Oxford
Postman Oxford  Style no: 3103, 3107, 3108, 3104

 

In 1954, Red Wing introduced a humble shoe that would go on to cover more miles than any other we’ve made. Called simply the No. 101, it would come to be known as the Postman, thanks to the legions of mailmen who wore them on their rounds. We’ve never stopped making this popular shoe so it’s no surprise that the Postman is one of the company’s best sellers. The same nonslip sole and one-piece quarter that were added in 1960 still make the shoe as comfortable and durable today as it was pounding the pavement over 50 years ago.

Red Wing Heritage Postman Oxford 101
Postman Oxford Style no: 101

 

This year, Red Wing introduces two new colors to the Postman collection, our rugged Copper Rough and Tough (No. 3107) and a stylish Navy Abilene (No. 3108). These comfortable and versatile shoes feature our white Atlas Tred sole for excellent grip, Goodyear welt construction, and low maintenance, durable leathers from the S.B. Foot tannery. They’re built right next to the original Postman shoes at our factory in Red Wing, Minnesota. And of course if your uniform, or your taste, demands it, the original style No. 101 is still available in shiny Black Chaparral, ready to put on the miles.

Red Wing Heritage Postman Oxford 3107
Postman Oxford Style no: 3107

 

Red Wing Heritage Postman Oxford 3108
Postman Oxford Style no: 3108

 

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