The Wolverine 1000 Mile 1940 boot is meticulously recreated from an archival 1940s pattern. The boot's "seamless contour-back" is "cut to copy your ankle" and elegant pattern lines with triple needle stitching offer a striking two-piece look that's distinctly Wolverine. A clean moc-toe design detail is paired with the finest leathers from Horween Leather Company of Chicago. The leather used in this vintage-inspired pattern will develop a beautiful patina over time with wear. Finished off with round rawhide laces that add a unique detail and built using time-tested Goodyear Welt construction that is durable, flexible, and allows the boot to be resoled.
The Jag boot from Danner is built tough enough for a day at work, yet stylish enough for every-day casual wear. It features a premium full grain leather and wool upper in a 4.5" lace up design for a secure and adjustable fit. Danner Dry waterproof protection keeps your feet dry, while the cushioning footbed and midsole provide lasting comfort for all-day wear.
The original Danner Jag debuted in the '80s as a lightweight alternative to their classic, heavy-duty hiking boots. After a few years on the trail supporting external frame backpacks and complementing denim cut-offs, the Jag was retired. Now 30 years later, they've re-introduced the Jag as a more versatile version of its former self. It’s comfortable both on the trail and around town, and incorporates durable, lightweight materials, a cushioning EVA midsole, and a new waffle outsole that adapts to a wide variety of terrain.