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Wolverine Wesley - any experience?

bds231

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Anyone have any experience with Wolverine Wesley 1,000 Mile boots?


I'm looking for a boot to wear with jeans and occasionally business casual. The Wesley seems like a nice balance of rugged looks with more refined details. And I really like that it avoids the bulbous toe look that afflicts many of the style/work boots out there.

Any first-hand accounts of how this boot looks in person? The Wolverine 1,000 Mile line seems to have a pretty good reputation for quality materials and good construction; does the Wesley live up to the reputation?
 

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I saw these today and they are lovely and feel pretty great.
 

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I like the wingtip styling on this boot, and the price is definitely right. Been contemplating picking up a pair as my first venture into Wolverine Boots. Does anyone have any pics of people wearing these in real life? It would be helpful, thanks.
 

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