We take the guesswork out of finding boots that are the right width. Below the insole, we’ve added a removable gray insert that can take your boot from a regular fit (D) to relaxed fit (EE). So, if you have a wider foot, or just prefer more room, we’ve got you covered. Instructions for how to remove the gray insert come in every box.
We know the real test of any boot is what happens when it makes contact with the ground. That’s why we invested in a premium rubber-skinned sole with oil and slip resistance. Our design leads the industry, giving you the no-nonsense traction you need on a variety of surfaces for a longer period of time.
The midsole has an important job—minimize impact on your body without weighing you down. We’ve carefully selected a rubber foam material for our midsole, making it more lightweight, shock-absorbing and durable than alternative materials.
Definitely not a fan. I ordered the unlined 6 inch and it hurt my ankles. So I returned and could only get the lined in the 8 inch and all my feet do is sweat. I wore them for 3 day and now they are in the closet and went back to my old pair of boots. Definitely don't recommend for summer or hot areas.
I decided to try Brunt based on the recommendations from some guys and at work and they’re the most comfortable boot I’ve ever worn. They took one day to break in to the point that they were comfortable. I personally do HVAC so I spend a lot of time in tight spaces, up and down all day. The boots support my ankles just how I need and my feet never hurt anymore. My right foot is just barely larger than my left so being able to pull the grey insert out of my right boot makes them fit perfect. Only thing I believe is a drawback is they do get hot. If brunt released a unlined 8” Marin I would buy it in a heartbeat. I highly recommend.
Awesome fit for my diabetic feet. I like the sole adjustment abilities. I’ll buy nothing else Red Wing is Out Now! Boom I said it. 50 year Red Wing Customer. I’m converting.
The Marin 8" (Soft Toe)
Boots seem to run longer then I'm use to. I've been an Irish Setter guy for years. But due to recent price increases and availability. I decided to try Brunt. First week one of the eyelets/ hooks pulled out so I'm working on an exchange at the moment. But so far and seem durable over all.