The event will feature the Wingtip debut of Wolverine’s new Centennial Bison Leather boot, which they released to celebrate the 100th birthday of the original 1000-Mile Boot. The stunning pebbled bison leather boot is available in tan and brown.
Lost Coast Outfitters’ George Revel, who runs his fly-shop-in-shop at Wingtip, likes to get out into the country every weekend possible to go hunting or fishing. Today he shops our store for his Top Five Weekend Essentials, all of which can be found at Wingtip.
In anticipation of this Friday’s Bourbon & Boots event, we asked some of the Wingtip staff to share the stories of the trials they’d faced down while wearing their Wolverine boots. Just a reminder–Buy any pair of Wolverine boots this Friday, and walk away with a bottle of Henry McKenna 10-Year Bottled-In-Bond or Elijah Craig 12-Year Bourbon.
When I think of Bourbon & Boots, I conjure up images of days past, wearing a pair of Doc Martens and slugging back cheap whisky on the way to a punk rock show. Now-a-days as I have settled down in to a more mature state of mind, I still love my whisky, as any reader of this blog knows, and I still love to wear a nice pair of boots.
Wingtip, Wolverine Boots, and Heaven Hill Distilleries invite you to Bourbon & Boots.
Friday, February 28th: 4pm to 8pm
Buy any pair of Wolverine Boots and walk away with a bottle of Henry McKenna 10-Year Bottled-In-Bond or Elijah Craig 12-Year Bourbon.*
Four boots. Three of them are now in stock. Click through to see which one we had to pass on.
Over 125 years ago, G.A. Krause, inspired by men who wanted quality made products but also demanded comfort, began a footwear company that would revolutionized the industry. This year, Wolverine designed the Krause boot in honor of their founder. With contrast stitching along the archival pattern line and cap toe, as well as a butyl-treated… Read more »
Wolverine has gone back into their vault and unearthed the punched cap toe for a limited run of 1000 boots. They are made from Horween’s famed shell cordovan, a layer of tissue just beneath a horse’s hide that is then tanned for a full six months. The leather is unbelievably resilient, and can last a… Read more »
Thanks to everyone who came out for some boots and shines last week.
It’s been tough keeping this boot under wraps. But the day is here. At left, Ami gets his new pair of 744s shined by Kea Lani, our new in-house shoe shiner. You might wonder why you would get a brand new pair of shell cordovans shined, but just yesterday Lani told us that after a… Read more »