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    wolverine boots - any good?

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    Cabela's is having a sale on these Wolverine boots. Does anyone know if they're any good for general deer hunting?

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    Friend of mine swears by em...

    Me personally, I would go for redwings... most everyone I know, whether mechanics, or working plant floors, trust their toes to redwing!

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    Join Date
    Oct 2002
    I like Wolverines alot. I work 12 hour shifts in a glass plant and spend all day on my feet. After trying several different brands I found wolverines to be best for me.

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    The last pair of Wolverines I owned were still made in the USA and lasted me a considerable time for hunting and brush busting. Paid that same amount for them 15 years ago and I was happy with them. However, they didn't have any arch support, which now-a-days is a must for me.

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    Join Date
    Dec 1999
    charleston, wv, usa
    got a pair of wolverine durashock soled boots, very comfortable and hard wearing they almost feel like sneakers but are calf high lace ups

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    Join Date
    Oct 2003
    Shelby, NC
    I grew up wearing a simple pair of leather uppers and rubber soled wolv. ALOT! I didnt like the new style after the pair I had wore out so I opted for the Redwing ankle high leather boots. I wear them everyday for about 4 years each pair. I'm on my 3rd at the moment of the exact style redwing boots and I'll never look back.

    When I bought the first pair they were about 60 dollars. This last pair was 120 I think.

    Either brand is worth it........

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