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About Irish Setter

Outdoor traditions may vary in different regions, yet Irish Setter sport and work boots provide comfort, quality and endurance north to south and east to west.

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Latest Irish Setter customer reviews
great boot
802 Havoc 10-Inch GTX® Review:
Great fit out of the box. Very little break-in time required. Light weight and confortable. Haven't tried the waterproofing yet. Only walked through wet grass, but no leaks so far.
Yes I would buy this product again.
Borderland Oxford Review:
The shoes were very comfortable time I put them on.No break-in required.They are very stylish with jeans and other everyday wear pants.
best boots ever
10-Inch Lace-Up Treeline WP Review:
I am an avid hunter and demand a lot from my boots. I have tried all brands from danner to cabelas, the irish setter treelines are more comfortable and better constructed than any other boot I have tried. they also run true to size and that's a huge plus when ordering online. I usually do not give such a high review but these boots deserve it. I would highly recommend the treelines to anyone wanting the best boots out there.
GREAT BOOT
8-Inch Lace-Up VaprTrek WP Review:
My son love the fit and the boots
Good shoe
Lakeside Slip-On Review:
Easy on. Easy off.

About Irish Setter

Irish Setter is one of the world's premier lines of sporting, work and outdoor boots, descended from parent company Red Wing Shoes' 1920 line of "outing boots." Those strapping models are considered the first boots built specifically for outdoor recreation, and Irish Setters upholds the tradition of all-day comfort and unequaled fit.


Red Wing, Minnesota, is a beautiful, historic Mississippi River town - arguably one of the most beautiful towns in America. Bluffs, trout streams and lakes surround it. The fishing is good, and so is the hunting. There is no better place for outdoor enthusiasts to live - and no better place to design the boots that meet their needs.


The Red Wing Shoe Company, parent to Irish Setters, has been part of the fabric of the town since the late 1800s. In Red Wing, the word "tradition" comes from the heart, not the marketing department.