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Red Wing Heritage
Classic Wide 6in Moc Boot - Men's

4.534574468085107 out of 5 stars
376 Reviews
$299.99 - $329.99
Color:Briar Oil Slick


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Why We Like the Classic 6in Moc Boot

Hand-made in Red Wing, Minnesota, the Classic Wide 6in Moc Boot is a product of time-tested process and pride—and it shows. Oiled and waxed leather sourced from Red Wing's own tanning company resists water, stains, and daily wear, while a timeless silhouette and comfy fit meet unmatched durability for everyday wear.


  • Hard-wearing lifestyle and work boot for daily wear
  • Oil-tanned leather uppers stand the test of time
  • Traction Tread soles are heat- and oil-resistant
  • Cork midsole molds to foot for custom cushioning
  • Storm welt and triple stitching add water-resistance
  • Boot can be resoled if needed for long-term wear
  • Copper Rough & Tough Leather utilizes the no. 45 last with additional room for footbeds
  • Item #HTGG00Z
Upper Material
[copper rough and tough] nubuck leather, [oro legacy] full grain leather
[copper rough and tough] 45, [oro legacy] 45
Traction Tred (rubber)
Shaft Height
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 376 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 15 reviews
2 Stars - 16 reviews
3 Stars - 15 reviews
4 Stars - 37 reviews
5 Stars - 293 reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

February 5, 2024

Love these boots!

After a while on my feet they feel like a leather molded sock. Goes with almost any attire I decide to wear. Highly recommend these to anyone looking for a new pair of boots.


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5 out of 5 stars

February 3, 2024

These are the most comfortable boots I’ve ever wo.

Fantastic bots. Great quality. Fair price. You’ll love them!

Substation project manage

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5 out of 5 stars

February 1, 2024

No complaints

I wore these boots for a year without working in them and people always thought I had a new pair of boots. Resilient leather quality and I have zero complaints about this pair I purchased October 2022

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5 out of 5 stars

January 27, 2024

Third times a charm.

For starters, I love these, and own a handful of RW heritage boots. The sizing process however, is wild! I listened to lots of reviews and decided to go into a store to get properly fitted. They said what size IR do you wear, you will be the same size. They also asked if I owned any wide footwear, and I told them no, but that I had been laser fitted for E2 ice hockey skates. They said I was close to a wide but should wear D. Got me a few wides to try on and insisted they looked sloppy. I told them my IR’s were 10D but did feel a little snug and they said it was because they were not yet broken in. I went with the 10D moc and after the break in my toes hit the end so I sold them for a 10.5D. After they broke in I sold them too because they pinched my toes so badly. I’m trying to sell those now and am currently wearing a 10E2 and they are much better. I don’t think I would need an E2 IR but would try an E if they made them. I just feel the mocs run really narrow and that the two different stores I went to cost me a lot of money by not knowing how the 875’s ran.


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5 out of 5 stars

January 27, 2024

The boots make you work for their love

My first pair of Red Wings. I did my research. I knew it was going to be a rough break-in period. But I still wasn’t prepared for how rough. I wore them solid for a week. Some days with one sock, most days with double-socks. I tied them as tight as my feet would allow. My heels hurt as did the outside of my foot just below my baby toe. At first I wondered if the boots actually break-in or my feet just get so callused they get used to it. Good news, after 8 days I can wear them (mostly) comfortably with one pair of socks and I know they will break-in even more over time. You will hate the break-in period and start to question life itself. But in the end you will love the boots even more because you gave a little piece of your soul to them. The boots make you work for their love. And now I’m questioning who broke who…

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5 out of 5 stars

January 24, 2024

I Love My 1907 Boots!

I normally wear a 9D in Red Wings. Since the size suggestion is to size down, I initially purchased 8 1/2 D but sent them back for an 8 1/2 EE. They are scary stiff when you first get them and feel way over-engineered. After 24 hours of wearing them a lot, they started to feel like I hoped they would. As with my other Red Wings, I look forward to many years with these boots.

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Bob P

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1 out of 5 stars

January 12, 2024

Bring back the 8" in Copper Rough & Tough!!!!!

The 8'' model in copper rough and tough has been discontinued. The 6'' model doesn't cut it, as a worker's boot. The current 8'' in Oreo color is way too light. Even after 6 months of oiling. BRING BACK THE 8" ROUGH & TOUGH!


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5 out of 5 stars

January 7, 2024

1907_Best RW Moc Toe

I purchased three RW moc toes over the last three years. My first was the 1907 and I’m shocked that they hold up so well in spite of the abuse I put them through. Great leather and great design.


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5 out of 5 stars

January 3, 2024

Best and Most Comfortable...

I have had my Moc Toes for 8 years now and let me tell you, they are my most comfortable piece of footwear not just boot. Tough as nails, I will continue to resole these boots as long as Red Wing will allow. Americana Heritage at it's finest.


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5 out of 5 stars

January 2, 2024

Ten Year Review

I purchased my 1907s in April of 2014. They are soft as butter and super comfortable. I've probably over treated them so they are pretty dark but otherwise absolutely perfect.

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