Wolverin BLD SNeaker Collection Launch Leather and Suede

If You Thought Wolverine’s 1000 Mile Boots Were Awesome, Wait Till You See Their Brand New Sneakers


For over a hundred years, men across America, heck, the world, have been lacing up Wolverine boots for work and play. Their most famous men’s boot is the Wolverine 1000 Miles boot. The Wolverine BLVD Sneaker Collection is the brand’s first foray into the world of sneakers, and it looks like they could replace the 1000 Miles boot in popularity because they look so damn awesome, and are just as versatile as their iconic boot.

The brand spent time creating designs that would neatly capture what is so trendy right now with sneaker lovers, but would, like their famous 1000 Miles boot, become a modern masterpiece of footwear. Tom Kennedy, Wolverine’s Global Brand President explained in a press release, “We wanted to create a timeless, effortless and clean sneaker that is an essential wardrobe staple for each and every life.” You can go ahead and pre-order the BLVD Sneaker right now on their site.

Courtesy of Wolverine

Wolverine’s sneakers are handmade and combine traditional shoe-making with the sophisticated details that are the hallmarks of luxury sneakers. Both styles have been designed to meld seamlessly into your wardrobe. They’re style staples that quietly exude sexy confidence.

But let’s go right into the fun stuff: what they look like and how they’re made. Wolverine created two sneaker silhouettes: Wolverine BLVD Low Tops and Wolverine BLVD Court Sneakers. Both styles feature the brand’s initial, a W on the heel cap. And both styles use flat shoelaces and sport a tan leather band welt trim. These sneakers have a snowy white sidewall and sole.

  

Wolverine BLVD Low Tops

The Low Tops are modern and minimalist, an urbane sneaker that’s polished yet goes with shorts, jeans and even casual trousers. The Wolverine Low Tops come in either leather or suede. Want to go with leather? You’ve got three color choices: white, dark brown or cognac (a warm medium-toned brown). All three colors are stylish, neutral shades that are color-matching workhorses. The suede option comes in a light gray; sophisticated and understated.

Wolverine low stop sneaker in brown Courtesy of Wolverine
  
Wolverin Blvd Sneaker in cognac Courtey of Wolverine
  
Wolverine Blvd low top sneaker white Courtesy of Wolverine
  
Wolverine Blvd Low Top sneaker in gray suede Courtesy of Wolverine
  

Wolverine BLVD Court Sneakers

The Wolverine BLVD Court Sneakers are vaguely reminiscent of the classic tennis shoe design, and just like tennies, they can go anywhere and pair with anything. These snazzy-looking leather kicks have contrast suede trim over the toe box and stitching down their sides. Like the Low Tops, they’re handmade from supple natural materials and are designed to look pretty amazing for a long time. The Court Sneakers come in white or pale gray.

Wolverine Blvd Court Sneaker in White Courtesy of Wolverine
  
Wolverine Court Sneaker in Gray Courtesy of Wolverine
  


TAFT’s Latest Sneaker Is Big and Bold and We Want One in Every Color


For over a hundred years, men across America, heck, the world, have been lacing up Wolverine boots for work and play. Their most famous men’s boot is the Wolverine 1000 Miles boot. The Wolverine BLVD Sneaker Collection is the brand’s first foray into the world of sneakers, and it looks like they could replace the 1000 Miles boot in popularity because they look so damn awesome, and are just as versatile as their iconic boot.

The brand spent time creating designs that would neatly capture what is so trendy right now with sneaker lovers, but would, like their famous 1000 Miles boot, become a modern masterpiece of footwear. Tom Kennedy, Wolverine’s Global Brand President explained in a press release, “We wanted to create a timeless, effortless and clean sneaker that is an essential wardrobe staple for each and every life.” You can go ahead and pre-order the BLVD Sneaker right now on their site.

Wolverin BLD SNeaker Collection Launch Leather and Suede Courtesy of Wolverine

Wolverine’s sneakers are handmade and combine traditional shoe-making with the sophisticated details that are the hallmarks of luxury sneakers. Both styles have been designed to meld seamlessly into your wardrobe. They’re style staples that quietly exude sexy confidence.

But let’s go right into the fun stuff: what they look like and how they’re made. Wolverine created two sneaker silhouettes: Wolverine BLVD Low Tops and Wolverine BLVD Court Sneakers. Both styles feature the brand’s initial, a W on the heel cap. And both styles use flat shoelaces and sport a tan leather band welt trim. These sneakers have a snowy white sidewall and sole.

  

Wolverine BLVD Low Tops

The Low Tops are modern and minimalist, an urbane sneaker that’s polished yet goes with shorts, jeans and even casual trousers. The Wolverine Low Tops come in either leather or suede. Want to go with leather? You’ve got three color choices: white, dark brown or cognac (a warm medium-toned brown). All three colors are stylish, neutral shades that are color-matching workhorses. The suede option comes in a light gray; sophisticated and understated.

Wolverine low stop sneaker in brown Courtesy of Wolverine
  
Wolverin Blvd Sneaker in cognac Courtey of Wolverine
  
Wolverine Blvd low top sneaker white Courtesy of Wolverine
  
Wolverine Blvd Low Top sneaker in gray suede Courtesy of Wolverine
  

Wolverine BLVD Court Sneakers

The Wolverine BLVD Court Sneakers are vaguely reminiscent of the classic tennis shoe design, and just like tennies, they can go anywhere and pair with anything. These snazzy-looking leather kicks have contrast suede trim over the toe box and stitching down their sides. Like the Low Tops, they’re handmade from supple natural materials and are designed to look pretty amazing for a long time. The Court Sneakers come in white or pale gray.

Wolverine Blvd Court Sneaker in White Courtesy of Wolverine
  
Wolverine Court Sneaker in Gray Courtesy of Wolverine
  


TAFT’s Latest Sneaker Is Big and Bold and We Want One in Every Color




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