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Cameron Jacket receives Handyman stamp of approval

Posted On: Friday, March 21, 2014 , News

Wolverine is pleased to announce that the Wolverine Cameron Jacket has earned the Handyman Club seal of approval!  More than 90 testers put the jacket through the ringer this winter and it received a 99% overall approval rating.  Here are some of the testers feedback:

I love this jacket! Five stars across the board. Starting with the fit, putting this jacket on for the first time it felt like it was made for me…very durable and made to last. Pockets are good sized and made to be useful. The chest pocket works well for an mp3 player. This Wisconsin winter has been great for testing this jacket. It has been below zero many days this year and I've been as warm as expected…If you’re looking for a warm work jacket that moves well and will last I highly recommend Wolverine's Cameron will not disappoint! – Steven W.

Sizing is excellent! I always have troubles when reaching out or up. Most are too tight in shoulders or sleeves pull up to mid fore arm. Generally I have to purchase 3x, 2x worked great. I'm not swimming in the body, it does not feel bulky. 26 Years of construction have to say one of the best coats, plenty of pockets with mobility.
– James R.

The warmth level of this jacket is outstanding! Both my wife and I wore this jacket while the temps ranged from -20 to 50+ and let me tell you, when the temps were around 30+ I was almost to warm and when the temps were < 30 we were still very comfortable. Also, the durability of this jacket is fantastic as it took everything that my farm could throw at it and still held up. – Michael M.

To read more reviews of the Cameron Jacket, visit

More about the Cameron Jacket
The Cameron features the highest quality materials including a 100 percent cotton duck canvas exterior (407 gsm; 12 oz.) lined with 3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation for warmth and 100 percent polyester quilted taffeta for a smooth fit. The jacket’s Wolverine DuraLock™ Defend fabric resists water and oil, and convenient interior pockets with a zipper or Velcro closure keep belongings safe. With an elasticized bi-swing back and fully gusseted arm sockets, the jacket offers a flexible fit and excellent range of motion. Attention to detail is illustrated in the triple needle topstitching, rolled shoulders and a three-piece lined hood with a draw cord.  The Cameron has handy pockets including a front left chest welt pocket with a zipper closure, lower front kangaroo pockets lined with taffeta for extra wind resistance, and front utility pockets with pencil slot opens.  All pocket openings are reinforced with rivets for long-lasting durability. Backed by Wolverine’s 30 day comfort guarantee, if you’re not completely satisfied it’s the best jacket you have ever worn, send it back for a full refund. 
Available in Charcoal, Bison and Whiskey in men’s sizes M – XXL. Buy now at


Introducing Wolverine Flame Resistant Clothing

Posted On: Monday, March 17, 2014 , News

Wolverine has introduced two new styles of Flame Resistant shirts in versatile Twill and Ripstop materials. Both garments are flame resistant and are constructed with flame resistant fabric, meeting requirements specified in ASTM-F2302-8 for labeling protective clothing as flame resistant. (Click here for Flame Resistant Clothing Care instructions.)

Flame resistant clothing, often worn by electricians who may be exposed to momentary electric arcs, must meet ASTM F1506, the standard performance specification for flame resistant and arc rated textile materials for wearing apparel for use by electrical workers exposed to momentary electric arc and related thermal hazards. Wolverine’s Flame Resistant clothing meets this standard.


Flame Resistant Twill Shirt
This button-down style Flame resistant shirt meets ASTM F1506 and OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269, and features:
•    Milliken® Amplitude Flame Resistant Fabric
•    7 oz. Twill; 88% cotton, 12% High Tenacity Nylon FR Twill
•    One chest pocket with button through closure and pencil slot opening
•    Locker loop on the back yoke with center back pleat allowing for additional range of motion
•    Triple needle topstitching for durability
•    Rolled shoulders for comfort
•    Extended shirt tail bottom and button down collar
•    Flame Resistant Nomex thread and Melamine buttons
•    Clearly labeled with a Wolverine FR label on the chest pocket, as well as a warning label on the lower right of the garment and a HRC2 label in chest pocket side seam
•    Available in sizes S-3XL
•    Available in Grey, Khaki, Blue and Navy




Flame Resistant Ripstop Shirt
This button-down style Flame resistant shirt meets ASTM F1506 and OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269, and features:
•    Milliken Amplitude Flame Resistant Fabric
•    6 oz., 88% Cotton, 12% High Tenacity Nylon FR Ripstop
•    Two chest pockets with flap and button through closure and pencil slot opening
•    Back yoke with side pleats for range of motion
•    Triple needle topstitching for durability
•    Rolled shoulders for comfort
•    Flame Resistant Nomex thread and Melamine buttons
•    Extended shirt tail bottom and Button down collar
•    Clearly labeled with a Wolverine FR label on the chest pocket, as well as a warning label on the lower right of the garment and a HRC1 label in chest pocket side seam
•    Available in sizes S-3XL
•    Available in Grey, Brown, Khaki, Blue and Navy


Wolverine wins 14th Award for Design Excellence in Work Boots

Posted On: Thursday, March 13, 2014 , News

Retailers nationwide have once again recognized Wolverine for design excellence in work boots; the brand was recently awarded its 14th Plus Award for Design Excellence.

Footwear Plus conducts its Plus Awards annually, surveying thousands of footwear retailers nationwide and honoring brands in more than 20 categories that push the design envelope from aesthetic, performance and comfort perspectives. Wolverine has taken home the award in the work category 14 of the 15 years since the awards debuted.

Wolverine’s continued success is due in part to the performance and innovation of its 2013 product offering and its patented comfort technologies.  Key products introductions included the Wolverine Cabor work boot featuring Wolverine EPX technology. Wolverine EPX takes Energy Potential to the extreme, bringing comfort closer to the foot to return energy and fight fatigue all day long. All boots with Wolverine EPX are backed by a 30 day comfort guarantee.


Spring 2014 Wolverine No. 1883 Collection for Women

Posted On: Sunday, March 09, 2014 , News

Wolverine has a more than 130-year history of classic shoe-making.The new Wolverine No. 1883 Collection for spring features the brand’s hallmarks of quality craftsmanship and materials, while putting a fresh twist on traditional forms. Available now, these four colorful new styles for women continue Wolverine’s exploration of the intersection of traditional style and modern trends.

The Women's Wolverine No. 1883 Collection for Spring 2014

The Josette


The Josie Sandal



The Maise Oxford


The Tilly Sandal



The Wolverine Drillbit Oil Rigger Boot

Posted On: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 , News

The Wolverine Drillbit Oil Rigger boot is designed for the roughest, longest days and offers the toughest, most durable materials combined with Boa’s one-of-a-kind lacing system for comfort and convenience all day long. The Boa Closure’s exceptionally durable and lightweight reels are combined with aircraft grade stainless steel laces to provide a smooth, even closure for a secure and comfortable fit that can be easily adjusted throughout the day.  The Drillbit also features a waterproof leather and 1000 Denier nylon upper with a Wolverine ArmorTek overlay to reduce wear and tear on high-use areas like the toe of the boot.  The Drillbit has Wolverine PC Dry waterproof membrane to guarantee feet stay dry in wet conditions and wave

mesh lining to wick away excess moisture. An Ortholite footbed provides cushioned comfort in every step, while a lightweight, oil- and slip-resistant rubber lug outsole provides dependable traction, and a nylon shank offers lightweight support.  Assembled with time-tested Goodyear Welt Construction.  Available in men’s sizes M 7-12, 13, 14; EW 7-12, 13 in brown with a steel toe cap rated ASTM F2413-11 M I/75 C/75 EH. Buy Now at Also available as a Wellington boot.



Wolverine takes comfort to new levels with the Cabor Boot featuring Wolverine EPX

Posted On: Sunday, February 16, 2014 , News

Wolverine debuts an innovative new comfort technology in the Wolverine Cabor boot: Wolverine EPX. Wolverine EPX takes Energy Potential to the extreme, bringing comfort closer to the foot to return energy and fight fatigue all day long. Made from dual layer foam, EPX starts with a dense base that distributes weight evenly across a sturdy foundation. The honeycomb heel pattern expands to absorb impact, and a ribbed spine in the forefoot flexes through each step to maintain cushioning. Finally, a compression molded EVA top layer cushions from heel to toe. Together these components can return energy back to the foot providing the energy to finish the job at hand. All boots with Wolverine EPX are backed by a 30 day comfort guarantee.

The Cabor series combines this extreme comfort with traditional work boot styling including a waterproof leather upper and durable metal hardware, with modern innovations like Wolverine PC Dry waterproof membrane that guarantees feet stay dry. A rubber lug outsole is slip resistant and promises long-lasting durability.  The Cabor is available as a moc-toe chukka, a six-inch boot, and eight-inch boot and a Wellington and optional composite safety toe cap. All Cabor boot styles are EH rated. To view all Wolverine EPX boots visit

How Wolverine EPX works:


Shoe Conversion Chart

Posted On: Tuesday, January 28, 2014 , News

Ever traveling abroad or ordering something internationally and not sure what size to get? Here is a quick and easy tool to use when wondering what size shoe to order.




Wolverine introduces Lorin Paley as 2014 Guardian Project Ambassador

Posted On: Sunday, January 12, 2014 , News

Wolverine, the maker of dependably rugged boots since 1883, is pleased to introduce Lorin Paley as the 2014 Ambassador of the Wolverine Guardian Project. The program is a partnership between the brand and people who work outdoors, dedicated to guarding, protecting and serving the outdoors so that others can continue to explore and enjoy it. The project aims to highlight the valuable work these Guardians do and achieve a deeper understanding of the specific product needs of those serving in these demanding positions. 

Wolverine has selected 21-year-old Lorin Paley as 2014 Guardian Ambassador because of her work as an advocate for the outdoor industry and outdoor recreation, as well as her passion for introducing others to the outdoors. She has served as an ambassador for Outdoor Nation, a non-profit organization dedicated to connecting youth with nature through grants supporting project ideas and outdoor events.  She’s also involved in organizations like the Upper Valley Mountain Bike Association, which builds new trails and plans group mountain bike activities, and Bait and Bullet, a women’s hunting group. Paley is currently a student at Dartmouth University.

[Watch a video about Guardian Ambassador Lorin Paley.]

“I think there is a level of paying it forward and people who are experienced in the outdoors should give to the inexperienced. It shouldn’t be a burden for the people who haven’t been outside to get outside, we should help show them the way,” Paley said.  “It’s an awesome feeling to get out there and see something bigger than you, which can create experiences and skills that can help you take on anything in your life. I’m happy to be a Wolverine Guardian Project Ambassador and be part of a group that challenges themselves every day to make the outdoors a place where people with all experience levels can play and grow.” 

Wolverine has partnered with more than 50 passionate individuals, from wildland firefighters and search and rescue volunteers to wildlife researchers and outdoor advocates.  A driven and determined group who have answered the call of the outdoors, these Guardians are shepherds and stewards who are creating, maintaining, repairing, educating and guiding so that others can continue to explore and enjoy the outdoors.

“We are thrilled to introduce Lorin as the 2014 Guardian Ambassador; she is an exemplary model of someone who has a passion for preserving the outdoors and spreading that passion to others,” said Kelly Redinger, Wolverine Marketing Director.  “Partnering with Guardians allows us to highlight dedicated people like Lorin, as well as gain valuable insight on product performance that we can incorporate into our design and development process so we can continue making outdoor footwear that meets the demands of their outdoor lifestyles.”

Garth Levin, a wildland and structural firefighter, was the Wolverine Guardian Project’s 2013 Ambassador.

Are you a Guardian? Visit or email for more information and to apply for the project.

Made True. Since 1883.
Wolverine is the brand that uniquely binds American ingenuity and artistry, making every product as enduring as the people who wear them. Top to bottom, inside and out, Wolverine uses the finest materials, unrivaled craftsmanship and innovative technologies. For the driven and determined group who have answered the call of the outdoors full-time, creating, maintaining and guiding outdoor spaces so that others can continue to explore and enjoy, Wolverine offers boots, apparel and accessories that are designed for comfort and built to last. Because we believe tenacity never goes out of style. For more information visit or call 866-699-7369. Wolverine is a division of Wolverine Worldwide.  


A Firefighter and his Wolverine Boots

Posted On: Sunday, January 05, 2014 , News

Just recently we received a letter from Nick Poliseno about a story that involves a fire truck, foot and Wolverine Boots. Read on to see how the story unfolds....


On December 15, 2013 following a snow storm I was with my volunteer Fire Dept. going around town with Santa Claus passing out candy canes to kids. Due to the snowy weather, I was wearing my Wolverine snow boots. Towards the end of the day while the fire truck was moving I attempted to run and jump onto the side of the truck. I missed the step and fell to the ground and my left foot was run over from the front tire of the fire truck.

I was rushed to Emergency Room, to all of the doctors and nurses amazement I only had one small broken bone on the top of my foot which only required a walking boot and crutches. The doctors looked over the results of my x-rays and CT scan with amazement as to how I was so fortunate to not have major damage. The weight of the truck was 80,000lbs and my foot was flat on the ground when it went over me. All of the doctors said my foot should have been smashed and major damage and reconstruction surgery should have been needed to put my foot back together.

I don't know why or how I was so forutnate that day, but I have to believe one of the major reasons was the Wolverine snow boot I was wearing. I am writing this letter to show my appreication and gratitude to the company and excellent product they produce. If I was wearing a sneaker or a lesser quality boot I truly believe the outcome would have been as grave as the doctors expected.

Again I just want to offer a heartfelt thank you and show my grattitude to the whole team at Wolverine Boots.

Thank you,
Nick Poliseno

Thank you for sending us this story, Nick and we are very glad to hear of the good ending.