Filson's ruggedly durable, water-repellent briefcase has a large interior compartment with dividers for laptop and accessory organization. An adjustable Bridle Leather shoulder strap and handles round out this handsome, reliable briefcase.
Originally constructed for iron miners in the Mesabi Iron Range of northern Minnesota, The Iron Ranger is a tough but comfortable boot, built to endure long days and tough conditions. Classic 6" styling that's rugged, yet sophisticated create this boot's unique look. The 8111 features premium Amber Harness leather, chrome hardware, speed hooks, Goodyear welt construction and triple stitched quality.
The early history of iron mining on Minnesota’s Mesabi Range is intertwined with that of Red Wing Shoe Company. The miners needed tough but comfortable boots that could stand up to the long days and tough conditions a northern Minnesota mine pit presented. Red Wing responded with a boot made of thick leather with an oil resisting outer sole, speed lacing hooks, and a comfortable cork midsole. The defining characteristic of these boots though, was their double layered toe, capped to protect the miner’s feet from injury as they labored with hand tools and heavy machinery. That boot is still made today, the fittingly named Iron Ranger, and it represents not only Red Wing’s commitment to making boots for working men and women but also its Minnesota origins.
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Originally constructed for iron miners in the Mesabi Iron Range of northern Minnesota, The Iron Ranger is a tough but comfortable boot, built to endure long days and tough conditions. Classic 6" styling that's rugged, yet sophisticated create this boot's unique look. The 8085 features premium Copper Rough & Tough leather, chrome hardware, speed hooks, Goodyear welt construction, triple stitched quality, plus a durable Vibram® 430 Mini-lug sole for grip while maintaining the classic Iron Ranger construction and silhouette.
"What's it doin' out there, y'all? Well, take a look-see, would ya?" From the folks on Davis Hill, this Wooden Weather Stick will tell you what the weather is up to. If it's favorable and nice, the stick will point to the sky; and when it looks like the elements are gonna kick up a fuss, the stick will point to the ground. We haven't got an inkling as to how it works, but the "old timers" sure have faith in the twig so we'll stick to our wise elders' intuition. The Wooden Weather Stick should be mounted outdoors under the eaves, on a window frame, or on a porch, garage or barn wall— just be sure you can see from inside your house. When first installed, it will take a little while to get used to its new surroundings. But do be patient with it, and it will serve you well for a long time. Some have lasted fifteen years!
Sharp & resinous Australian sandalwood.