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Wolverine 1000 Mile Boot Review

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Thanks for the reviews, I've been looking at Wolverine boots myself and it's always nice to see more pics besides the web site. You're right that the Montgomery looks a bit less clunky, despite the lug sole.

I think the other Wolverine boot I checked out (at the Tannery in Boston) was the Darby, which seemed a little dressier than the 1000 Mile or Montgomery. Pretty sure it's also made in China...did you notice much difference in quality between the US and Chinese-made boots?
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Jimbo,
I have both the Montgomery and the 1000 Mile Boot in front of me right now. They both show very good attention to detail. The Montgomery has a lot more padding and lining but other than that both boots are high quality.
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tool have the 1000 mile boot and I feel they are supper comfy and the leather is a veg tanned so it's got great texture color and smell
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Thanks for the fit pics.
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gorgeous boots! thx for your detailed report on sizing
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Update time. It's been a little over two weeks and I still think that the Wolverine 1000 Mile boots are the best fit for me in style and comfort. However, I did listen to the advice of some postings on the forum and gave the Gentlemen Travelers a chance to break in. After the addition of a TACCO leather insole (european size 44) and cushioned Docker sock, the Gentlemen Travelers are now a great boot to wear. It took about four days of wearing but I'm happy that I stuck with them.
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you've got some great boots, now you might want to read some threads on jeans. no one will appreciate the boots when they're peaking out of stonewashed dad jeans.
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you've got some great boots, now you might want to read some threads on jeans. no one will appreciate the boots when they're peaking out of stonewashed dad jeans.

I was thinking that as well. Time to update those jeans.
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might i recomend a nice pair of dark blue Levis 501s, long enough to cuff them once about 2" or so. try to avoid washing them much.
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What's up with the deletes?
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maybe he didn't like the jeans advice. its a shame. the review was nice. no offence was intended.
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I thought Shaun White was wearing 1,000 mile boots during his interview with Bob Costas tonight, did anybody else spot this?
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