Red Wing Shoe Company had an office in Dallas, Texas as early as 1923 to serve the unique market of ranchers, cowboys and oil drilling roughnecks in the region. At the time, most of these workers wore pull-on riding boots, often with decorative stitching, and Red Wing responded with one of its own in the 1930s. The pull-on boot was given a new name, Pecos, after a town in Texas and it evolved into one of Red Wings most popular styles, thanks to its simple design, comfortable fit, and rugged good looks. The 8188 is expertly made out of Hawthorne Muleskinner leather, brown nitrile cork sole, Goodyear welt construction and triple stitched quality. A Red Wing quality work boot in western styling.
Hot it fits: E Width with leather insole. Recommended for Western styling. The shoe runs large. Red Wing recommends sizing down. Made in the USA. Leather exterior with cork sole.