The Postman Oxford is celebrated for the all-day comfort that made it a favourite of mail carriers for decades. Traditional oxford construction and an all-black palette make the Postman a timeless Red Wing staple.
The Postman Oxford was first built by Red Wing in 1954. The shoe was standard issue, government-approved footwear for mail carriers and police officers for decades. Look no further than Norman Rockwell’s iconic “The Postman” painting to see how ubiquitous these shoes were. Today, the shoe is still American-made with fully resoleable Goodyear welt construction, with a Black Cushion Crepe Wedge outsole and “sweat-proof” leather insole for comfort that lasts all day.
A new pair of Red Wing Heritage footwear should fit comfortably tight on the foot, with enough room to freely wiggle toes. As you wear the footwear, the full grain leather upper, insole, and cork midsole will mold to your feet, creating an increasingly personalized fit over time.
NO. 210 LAST
- Iconic Red Wing last that was created in the 1950s.
- Designed for increased flexibility and lighter work.