Friday November 18, 2011 at 12:12 AM | 0 Comments
Wolverine Boat Shoe for outdoor travel
For the traveler, footwear is important. It has to be comfortable, durable and protect your feet from the elements. The Wolverine C3 Boat shoe meets all of the aforementioned requirements and looks fashionable while protecting the all important foot. This performance water shoe features fast drying materials in the upper, meant to wick moisture from the foot – and we all know how important dry feet are to the traveler! The rubber outer sole offers grip and stability – important on boats, as well as out on the trail. Unique to the Wolverine Boat shoe is the patented mid-sole which forces water out of the shoe and draws fresh air in to cool and dry the feet.
The full-grain waterproof leather and mesh upper combination looks sporty and serves the dual purpose of keeping air circulating in the foot bed.
Wolverine Boat Shoe on San Francisco Bay
I wore the Wolverine Boat shoes to the Napa Valley for a full day of winetasting in the rain and in the sunshine. While my palette was fatigued from all of the wine, my feet were comfortable the entire trip.
Also known as a lace-up water moccasin, I wore these shoes in San Francisco, out on the bay, during a RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) adventure. With the Vibram sole, I felt confident on deck and in the vineyards with the no-slip tread.
If You Go:
Pack your Wolverine boat shoes. Priced at $123, Wolverine Boat Shoes are ideal for general travel or on boats, of course. The shoes also look fashionable when paired with jeans and they easily slip on and off when traveling through airport security screenings.
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