A shoe line conceived by Ronald K Roberts Sr, a U.S. Army story from a Veteran that lasted for 24 years, and turned his energy into a bold Fashion statement.

Made in Italy
REDWOOD1INC by Ronald Roberts

The feature drop

Available to pre-order for 30 days



Casual british derby
Made in Italy
A chic British derby brogue with a flexible sole

Available for pre-order for 30 days


Authentic Italian manufacturing

Each design is meticulously constructed by a skilled network of selected Italian artisans, there are no finer hands in the field. The handcrafting and the materials, are state-of-the-art.


Permanent collection

Our designs turn heads. Not Your Average Sporty, Casual Style. Recognize, the Military Touch by the Acronyms, Names, Prints, and Terminology. Men, Women, Kids & Unisex Concepts - Custom crafted.

Custom crafted
Made in Italy

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About Ronald K Roberts Sr

Retired Disabled Army Veteran, Serving 24 yrs. as of 2008. Originally from Montgomery, Alabama born 17 August 1964 and now living in Hope Mills, North Carolina. I turned down the opportunity to attend The Art Institute of Atlanta. I decided to enter the Military to help my Mom. I never planned to be a Military Vehicle & Power Generation Mechanic or later, become a U.S. Army Drill Sergeant; but I did it. I'm self taught in Troubleshooting, Repairing/Building Computers. The Lifestyle was a Blast, but my Body is riddled with injuries and after two years of being a Soldier, assigned to The Wounded Warrior Detachment Unit at Womack Amry Hospital, in Ft.Bragg, NC., and Twenty-Four Years of Service, I finally Retired. Due to the Occupational Traumas, both Mental & Physical, I'm a Retired and Totally Disabled Army Veteran. I learned to become a Paracord Fabricator, properly known as a "Paracordist ", and I have enjoyed doing that for at least Seven years. On Instagram, I saw the Ad of Designing Footwear. Seriously, it Sparked something in me, but I was thinking it was Fake, for whatever reason. When I received a reply of "Acceptance ", I began to Grind, as I did as a Kid, back in High School, in those Commercial Art Classes. I shall continue to maintain that Focus and Grinding to Create... [email protected]
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