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Wolverine 5" Crossbow GTX 200G
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5" Soft Toe Boot Waterproof lightweight leather and 1000 denier nylon upper GORE-TEX waterproof breathable membrane lining 200 grams of Thinsulate Insulation Removable full-cushion footbed with mesh sock liner Compression molded EVA midsole Cement construction Vibram rubber lug outsole
Reviews: Wolverine 5" Crossbow GTX 200G
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Reviewer: Randy | Flinton, Pa
Shipping was fast, the boots feel great, light ,and very comfortable. Haven't had any cold weather yet to see how warm my feet will be but so far so good.
About Wolverine 5" Crossbow GTX 200G
If you're seeking footwear that will keep you stealth without having to lug around a heavy boot, then stop your search now. The Wolverine Crossbow is equipped with all of the necessary function of a hunting boots packed into a smaller hiking shoe version. The Crossbow uses a cement construction, which allows you to move with more flexibility and control. Stand up to the challenges faced on the trails with Gore-Tex waterproof, breathable lining and a Vibram rubber lug outsole. Decrease visibility with a camouflage patterned style.
The story behind Wolverine World Wide starts in quiet Grand Rapids, Michigan. This is where in 1883 an uncle and nephew sold shoes along with leather and shoe accessories. Years later the business plan shifted to focus on the shoemaking and leather tanning industries. However, Wolverine didn't receive any mainstream success until 1958. That's when Hush Puppies put it on the map. The comfort-focused casual shoes created to keep your "dogs from barking" were inspired by a Southern fried snack used to silence actual barking dogs. After its first commercial zenith, Wolverine has continued to grow and diversify. Now niche brands such as Bates, Caterpillar and Merrell all fall under the Wolverine name—creating one giant footwear family.