Originally Posted by hendrickb11
I hear that these boots run slightly large. With the idea that that comment is a bit vague, how much larger are the Wolverine sizes than a typical size 12?
My 10 D...
Originally Posted by alexspecs
Bought some Wolverine Ascot's. Arrived in the mail today. Pictures for all!
The leather was so dry when I first touched them.
This was taken a few minutes after...
Originally Posted by Michigan Planner
Luckily(?) I went through six-years of wearing various combat boots non-stop while in the Marine Corps and have a nice collection of thicker socks that are great for boots. ...
Originally Posted by Pinhas
Cool, where did you get yours? I will be getting a pair as well, and since your in NYC, could you tell me where you got yours and if they had a good selection? I am still debating...
Originally Posted by Crane's
I'll agree with your assessment that the 1000 mile boots would not be the perfect choice for serious hiking. I've noticed they can be slick as snot on ice when walking in mud...
Here's my take on the 1000 mile boots. Great looking, got them in brown and love that color. I have worn them walking around the city-full 8 hour days - good support and very comfortable, BUT not exactly any type of challenge.
[quote=Rambo;3667607]I had to size down a full size in the 3E 1000 miles. They fit pretty damn perfect now. Just took them out of the box and polished them up with the Montana pitch blend. Gorgeous.
My feeling too with the Montana...
Originally Posted by Dewey
hmm ok bobm not persuaded but thank you for taking the time to answering my questions.
i'll assert a $160 full retail price is not expensive for quality boots. we can agree to...
Originally Posted by dkatz
How does the Montana Pitch stack up against Obenauf's products, namely LP and their leather oil?
Honestly don't know, not enough time and rain to have made any type of...