Athletic shoes come in all shapes and sizes, for all types of athletes! Playing a sport? Just need some more athleticism in your shoes for your day to day tasks? Red Wing Richmond has a great solution!
Plenty of our customers fall into the “industrial athlete” category. This means they need something flexible, yet supportive, and durable, yet comfortable.
We are proud of our long standing reputation as Richmond’s finest provider in durable work boots. However, we’re also expanding our product selection to meet the changing needs of so many of our current and future customers. We’re excited to bring our new athletic shoe line to Richmond!
Like all of our footwear, Red Wing’s athletic shoes are built to perform under the most stressful of conditions. These shoes are specifically designed for both warehouse workers and light industrial workers.
They are light, comfortable and flexible for fast, quick, and precise movement throughout the warehouse. Our Red Wing athletic shoes deliver outstanding, non-marking traction on surfaces commonly found in warehouses factories. Our breathable mesh construction means your feet will stay cool and dry throughout those long shifts.
All of those features are great, but we couldn’t call them “Red Wing Shoes” if they didn’t offer outstanding protection! These shoes feature a lightweight aluminum safety toe that delivers strong protection with maximum comfort.
Our athletic shoes are available in a variety of sizes, widths, and colors! These outstanding new shoes deliver the comfort and flexibility you expect from an athletic shoe, combined with the durability and protection you think of when you see the Red Wing logo.
Watch the video below to learn more…
Ready to take a look at our selection? Head on up to one of our 3 Richmond area locations! One of our salespeople will be happy to help you get a perfect fit in the perfect boot for your job. You can also give us a call at your closest store, contact us online, or send us a message on Facebook.← Hiking Shoes from Red Wing Richmond An Interview with Bill Gardner of Red Wing Shoes →