8 Reasons We Can't Stop Wearing our RedBack Boots

8 Reasons We Can't Stop Wearing our RedBack Boots

April 14, 2020 4 Comments

Redback Boots are 100% authentic Australian made work boots, complete with full-grain leather and feature a safe, comfortable design. Inspired by hardworking people, Redback Boots are built to be durable, long-lasting, slip-resistant and supportive for all-day wear. 

RedBack Boots

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Like TimTams and AC/DC, Redback Boots are one of Australia's greatest exports. Perfected in the rugged, sunburnt country, Redback Boots uses premium materials to ensure minimal wear and tear and maximum comfort. 

RedBack Boots

Photo: RedBack Boots.

 

Here's 8 reasons we can't stop wearing our Redbacks:

 

1. Pull-on Loops - Make it easy to slip on and off quickly.

2. Unique Heel Reinforcement - Three-layer counter design provides longer lasting lateral stability and heel shape with no rough edges.

3. Support System - A two-component Urethane Air-cushion midsole contains millions of tiny air bubbles to enhance shock absorption, energy return and contributes to an overall lightweight design.

4. Tougher, More Supple Leather - Redback uses premium quality full grain leather that is 30% thicker than normal boot leather. The full chrome, oil tanned leather means these boots are more resistant to hardening and cracking thus holding their shape longer.

5. Foot Smart Design - The Redback design encourage flexing out of the forefoot and provides stability in the heel for maximum support and control. 

6. Anatomic Support - Unlike traditional boots, the unique anatomic sole cradles the foot to prevent foot strain, fatigue, and related leg and back pain.

7. Footbed Insulation - Thermal comfort and better insulated footbed molds to the foot shape.

8. Sole - Cross-lined, compression molded translucent polyurethane. Unrivaled toughness and resistance to cracking and splitting. Great flexibility in cold temperatures. Oil, acid, and slip resistant. Multi-directional lug design provides increased traction on all surfaces.

 Find your first (or second) pair of Redback boots here!

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Written by, 

Shayla McLean, B.H.K.

Footwear Manager

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[OLD] Sizing Charts

FOOTWEAR:

European Sizing chart conversion:

*Please note that these conversion charts serve as a general guideline, actual fitting may vary by style.

Women’s

US

4.5-5

5.5-6

6.5-7

7.5-8

8.5-9

9.5-10

10.5-11

11.5-12

12.5-13

EU

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

 

Men’s

US

7.5-8

8.5-9

9.5-10

10.5-11

11.5-12

12.5-13

13.5-14

14.5-15

EU

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

 

SOCKS :

Sockwell

Brooks

Sock Size

US Men's Shoe Size

US Women's Shoe Size

Euro Shoe Size

Small

 

4 - 6.5

34 - 37

Medium

6 - 8.5

7 - 9.5

38 - 41

Large

9 - 11.5

10 - 12.5

42 - 45

XL

12 - 14.5

 

46 - 49


ANKLE BRACES:

 

Bauerfeind

 

Professional Orthopedic Products (POP)

  

DJO - Roboboots – Short and Tall

SHOE SIZE MEN

SHOE SIZE WOMEN

SIZE

Up to 4

Up to 5

XS

4 - 7

5 - 8

S

7 - 10

8 - 11

M

10 - 13

11 - 15

L

13+

15+

XL

 

 

 

DJO- Aircast Airsport

DESCRIPTION

MEN

WOMEN

SIZE

Left

Up to 5

Up to 5

X-Small

Right

Up to 5

Up to 5

X-Small

Left

5.5 - 7

5.5 - 8.5

Small

Right

5.5 - 7

5.5 - 8.5

Small

Left

7.5 - 11

9 - 12.5

Medium

Right

7.5 - 11

9 - 12.5

Medium

Left

11.5 - 13

13 - 14.5

Large

Right

11.5 - 13

13 - 14.5

Large

Left

13.5 +

15 +

X-Large

Right

13.5 +

15 +

X-Large

  

KNEE BRACES:

 

Bauerfeind

 

 

 

Ossur

Size

Circumference*

*Circumference measured 6” above mid-patella

XSmall

11.5" (29cm) to 13.75" (35cm)

Small

13.75" (35cm) to 16" (41cm)

Medium

16" (41cm) to 18" (46cm)

Large

18" (46cm) to 20.5" (52cm)

XLarge

20.5" (52cm) to 22.5" (57cm)

XXLarge

22.5" (57cm) to 24.75" (63cm)

XXXLarge

24.75" (63cm) to 28.5" (72cm)

XXXXLarge

28.5" (72cm) to 32" (81cm)

 

DJO

*Measurements taken 6” above mid-patella

SIZE

MEASUREMENT

XS/S

13" - 18.5" (33 - 47 cm)

M/L

18.5" - 23.5" (47 - 60 cm)

XL/XXL

23.5" - 29.5" (60 - 75 cm)

XXXL

29.5" - 31" (75 - 79 cm)


 

ELBOW BRACES:

Bauerfeind

 

 

HAND BRACES:

 

Professional Orthopedic Products (POP)

 

Size

Wrist Circ.

X-Small

4 ¾" - 5 ½"

Small

5 ½" - 6 ¼"

Medium

6 ¼" - 7"

Large

7" - 7 ¾"

X-Large

7 ¾" - 8 ½"


 

Orliman (thumb brace)

 

Size

Wrist

Circumference

in CM   (A)

 

Length

in CM   (B)

Small

14 - 18

11

Large

18 - 22

13