To put it plainly, the Wolverine Women's Original 1000 Mile Boot isn't just a glorified artifact; it's a testament to the confluence of innovation and quality craftsmanship. After all, the boot's design has largely remained unchanged for the past 100 years, so it should come as no surprise that it offers equal parts timeless style and durability. However, that anecdote is rendered rather obsolete without supporting facts. To start, the Original 1000 Mile Boot features a Horween leather or C. F. suede exterior that is pliable, durable, and comfortable. Though, both materials are designed to age, so their splendidly smooth constitution transforms and in turn articulates a story that's true to you and wherever your feet have taken you. Metal eyelets complement flat, waxed laces for a rugged, secure fit--and speaking of which, the 1000 Mile is a true-blue work boot, meaning that its intended to be worn hard and runs a half size large. Meanwhile, the flexible Goodyear Welt construction features a cork midsole that molds to your feet over time and allows the boot to be entirely resoled, bolstering the boot's longevity. And, to put the cherry atop this proverbial sundae, a Vibram heel piece finishes off the silhouette, maintaining shock attenuation, traction, and a timeless look.
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