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Mens Wolverine Guardian Composite-Toe Work Boot W02292 - B
Brand : Wolverine
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Wolverine Guardian Composite-Toe Work Boot W02292
Protect yourself from heavy jobsite hazards with this boot’s advanced Composite safety rated-toe. Full grain leather, the non-conductive, rugged boot has a slip-resistant Wolverine Rubber Lug sole and comfort cushioning.Protect yourself from heavy jobsite hazards with this boot’s advanced Composite safety rated-toe. Full grain leather, the non-conductive, rugged boot has a slip-resistant Wolverine Rubber Lug sole and comfort cushioning.
• Composite safety toe: rated ASTM F2413-11 M I/75 C/75 EH
• Genuine full-grain leather
• CK mesh lining feels dry
• Removable full-cushion insole
• Dual density compression molded EVA foam midsole
• Safety on slippery surfaces from Wolverine Rubber Lug slip resistant outsole
• Cement construction
- Color: Brown
- Sizes: M (7-12,13,14) | EW (7-12,13)
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Electrical Hazard: Wolverine static dissipating (SD) boots and shoes have special outsoles and construction to help prevent the build-up of static electricity on uninsulated surfaces.
About Wolverine Company
Wolverine is one of the leaders in premium work and casual footwears, and a global lifestyle brand sold in nearly 100 countries around the world.
Founder and president G.A. Krause believed in the possibility of opportunity. He dreamed of owning a shoe company and tannery that employed his values of quality craftsmanship and incessant innovation. In 1883, he founded a small company with a handful of employees.
By 1901, Krause organized the Rogue River Electric Light and Power Company to bring power to Rockford, Michigan, allowing him and his sons to build and operate a shoe factory. By 1903, they were making 300 pairs of shoes a day. Krause was a true revolutionary, later selling shares of the company to its own employees, becoming one of the nation's first profit sharing plans.
In 1921, flush with success, the company took the name Wolverine Shoe and Tanning Corporation. Wolverine’s headquarters still remain in Rockford, Michigan today.
Today Wolverine honors its heritage with a collection of boots and shoes inspired by archival patterns that are crafted with great attention to detail using the same construction methods as the original. The Wolverine 1000 Mile Collection embodies the pillars of Wolverine’s heritage — comfort, durability, function and style.
Wolverine is built on a tradition of success and a history of innovation. This legacy lives on today in comfortable, durable work boots with quality craftsmanship for which Wolverine is known. With proprietary comfort technologies like Wolverine DuraShocks in more than 25 million pairs of boots around the world, Wolverine is the leader in premium work footwear.
Wolverine continues to push further and develop new innovative technologies designed for comfort and protection. Creating improved form, more function, and the world’s most comfortable boots.