The Red Wing Shoe Company was founded in 1905 by Charles Beckman along with fourteen other investors. Since then they have been producing one of the worlds top notch shoes, gaining more and more popularity over the years. People all over the world love Red Wing shoes because of the quality of the shoes, how beautiful they get in time and how comfortable they get when worn in. The Red Wing shoe featured today is the Red Wing 877 1906 100th Anniversary edition. For their 100th anniversary Red Wing made a couple of special editions (like the Beckman featured before) and they made their biggest shoe ever, size 638D. These 1906 were picked up by Tenue de Nimes shop owner Menno van Meurs at the Rose Bowl flea market in Los Angeles. The 100th anniversary edition of the 877 is made of Horween leather. What also makes this boot special is the double goodyear welt and the 100th anniversary stamp. Even though they're 'only' seven years old, they look like they have been worn for at least a decade.