8084 Iron Ranger Black Harness
4400,00 kr
The 8084 is a resilient 6-inch boot, showcasing premium Black Harness leather, chrome hardware, speed hooks, and a tough Vibram® 430 Mini-lug sole for grip.
+ Description
Made in USA

Style no. 8084 : Iron Ranger Black Harness

The 8084 is a rugged 6-inch boot, featuring premium Black Harness 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.

The leather is water, stain and perspiration resistant, and has a more natural look and feel because less finishing materials have been applied, allowing its natural beauty to shine through. Oil-Tanned leather is exceptionally durable and has been used to build countless work boots throughout Red Wing’s 110+ year history.

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 laboured 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.
+ Fitguide

A new pair of Red Wing Heritage Boots should fit comfortably on your foot, with enough air around your foot to easily accommodate thicker socks, and plenty of space in front of your foot to freely wiggle your toes, as all the styles of Red Wing we carry are designed with extra room up-front.

Some customers prefer to size half a size down, but they should not be sized down so much that they feel tight. Ensure that your feet have some space to move. If you have a narrow foot, you can safely size down half to a full size.


Size Chart:
8 (41)
8,5 (41,5)
9 (42)
9.5 (42.5)
10 (43)
10.5 (43.5)
11 (44)
11.5 (45)
12 (46)

+ Care

Invest a little time to care for your leather shoes every now and again, and you will be rewarded with shoes that last longer and look great.

How often you need to treat your shoes varies greatly depending on usage, weather and the terrain you're in. But when you feel it's time for a little care, we recommend to follow these easy steps:


Light cleaning: Use warm water and soft bristle brush to remove stuck-on dirt. Then use a clean, dry cloth to wipe away any remaining excess dirt and moisture.

Deep cleaning: For heavily soiled areas, use a good leather cleaner. Wipe the cleaner away with a damp cloth and allow the leather to dry.

Cleaning salt stains: For salt stained leather, we recommend using Saphir's Winter Stain Remover. And afterwards protecting your shoes with Saphir's Super Invulner Spray to protect them from further stains.


For boots and shoes in oil tanned and rough leathers, you don't really need more than a fatty wax like mink oil, Red Wing's All Natural Leather Conditioner or Saphir's Sport Loisir. This will both nourish the leather and protect against the elements.

Apply the wax with a clean, soft cloth. Let it absorb into the leather for a while, then shine the shoe by brushing with a soft horse-hair brush or polishing with a soft cloth.

When using a new product for the first time, we recommend testing shoe creams and conditioners on an inconspicuous part of the shoe before applying it the the rest of the shoe.


Add extra protection to preserve your footwear. Saphir's Super Invulner spray waterproofs the most delicate leathers, and offers superior protection against water, snow, stains and grease.

General every-day care recommendations

A non-varnished cedar shoe tree will absorb any dampness from your shoes, keep their shape and increase their lifetime.

In snowy and slushy weather, clean your shoes with a wet cloth when you come home to avoid white salt marks to appear and drying out the leather.

If your leather-soled shoes become wet, leave them to dry on their sides to allow the water to run off more easily.

In addition, to increase the lifetime of your shoes, we recommend alternating shoes, instead of wearing the same pair several days running.

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