The Wolverine 3147 Wellington is not you're average boot. It is made for tough working conditions. The full grain black leather uppers of this 10 inch work boot offers all layers of the epidermis. How well would your own skin protect you if the top three layers wer ... (see full details) (see specifications) #WLV3147.
Wolverine Boots: Steel Toe 10 Inch Wellington Work Boots 3147
The Wolverine 3147 Wellington is not you're average boot. It is made for tough working conditions. The full grain black leather uppers of this 10 inch work boot offers all layers of the epidermis. How well would your own skin protect you if the top three layers were gone?
The Goodyear Welt construction is known worldwide as one of the best methods to keep your work boot held together, long after other boots reach their expiration date.
The Rubberlon outsole is resistant to: oil, chemical, water, abrasion slips. Just as important, you're protected from hydroplaning across the floor and into an oncoming forklift.
The steel toe has an OSHA rating of up to C/75. Oily hands are clumsy so keep those toes protected, from yourself, or your co-workers.
Comfort isn't just about how a boot feels the first time you slip into it. It's also about the things you don't notice right away. The rubber midsole and nylon shank provide you with the support and shock absorption you need and this material is flexible to let you move freely.
Any building contractor knows that when the foundation and framework aren't solid the rest of the building will fall apart. Your skeletal system works the same way. Keep your feet protected from shock and your entire body will be grateful.
If you're a hard working person who understands a tough work environment and the need for quality and safety, then you've come to the right place for footwear.
These features are available in brown as style number 3146.
I've trusted Wolverine, and a few other brands for years now. the boots were a little tight on the sides, but that was my fault for not selecting EE, but if you're looking for boots that will last a long time on non skid decks like the Navy uses i wouldn't suggest to picking these i barely got a year out of the tread before i had racing slicks... they're currently somewhere at the bottom of the Atlantic since they were worn out before the end of the deployment. unless the soles have been updated recently i've had to go back to the bates boots (which i would never suggest to anyone) sold at the Exchange.
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5 out of 5
very good boot...
By: Joe caruso
I have worn this Wolverine boot for a long time, happy with its wear an color. Black boots stay looking better longer than it"s counterpart. The brown boot seems to show scuffs and scratches more.