For the Vets

These Limited-Edition Wolverine Boots Are Made with Repurposed Military Tents


November 6, 2019 Style By
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In collaboration with Sword & Plough, a veteran-owned company focused on making bags from repurposed military fabrics, Wolverine just launched a special edition of their lauded 1000 Mile Boots.

The military influences go the extra mile and the collaborative boots feature a custom roughout leather upper and a speed hook lacing system all fixed to a Vibram Pittsburgh sole. The Goodyear-welted boots also showcase upper panels made from repurposed military tent fabric — a first for the brand.

From November 5 through November 12, Wolverine will be donating 100 percent of the proceeds from these boots to help veterans find housing in honor of Veteran’s Day.

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Gerald Ortiz

Gerald Ortiz is a staff writer at Gear Patrol covering style.

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