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Customized comfort

November 1, 2012
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The new Gear work boot features Wolverine ICS technology, a proprietary system that lets wearers customize comfort for how they walk by adjusting the gel disc in the boot’s heel to one of four settings: cushion, firm, inward or outward support. A waterproof leather upper and waterproof membrane keep feet dry in wet conditions. An Ortholite footbed with performance arch support, as well as a lightweight polyurethane midsole, offer cushion for long days on the job.Wolverine work boots

The Gear’s rubber lug outsole provides traction.

Wolverine, www.wolverine.com, (866) 699-7369. Circle 256

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