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Red Wing Heritage crafts a new moc toe-inspired silhouette for its Weekender Collection

A new casual classic from their heritage line.
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Red Wing Heritage's Wacouta is an all-new silhouette that takes after the Wabasha, a moccasin-style boot released in the mid 2000s. The outdoor leisure boot is named after the Wacouta Township, which is home to a cabin that has been in the Red Wing family for three generations. The boot features an upper constructed out of Briar Oil Slick leather that is accented with waxed canvas that uses the waterproof Martexin Original Wax system. Other details include a Vibram Honeywheat Mini-lug outsole, brass eyelet hardware, and stitchdown construction. 


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