Customer Reviews Of:
Wolverine Plainsman 8” Boots (For Men)
Closeouts. Crafted right here in the USA, Wolverine's Plainsman 8" boots are anything but plain with their burnished, ultra-durable Horween leather upper and a dual-density polyurethane Vibram® 360 degree lug rubber outsole for unbeatable, on-the-job traction.
Reviewed by City Runner from Oakland, CA on Tuesday, May 7, 2013they are soooo beautiful, I get compliments on them all the time. however, a few days in and so far they are still hurting my feet. I hope that changes!!
Reviewed by Keyser from Indiana on Thursday, April 4, 2013This is my first pair of Wolverine boots. I've worn Frye's for the last several years as I wanted a pair of boots that were well made and could be worn casually as well as for work. This pair definitely meets those requirements. They are very well made. The leather is thick and very stiff, however, they are comfortable out of the box with a little bit of heel slip. There is plenty of room in the toe box. They are really good looking boots and could easily be worn casually for a night out. I typically wear a size 11.5 M in most everything, in these an 11 fits perfectly, however, I'm wondering if a 10.5 would have been a better option once the leather stretches a bit.
Reviewed by Jwaydog from the plains on Tuesday, March 12, 2013A beautiful boot. If i ever went to church these would be nice enough to wear. I usually wear a 9e but decided to try the 9 in extra wide. Boots are a bit too wide for me but will keep them and just wear a thick wool sock. Love the American flag attached to the bottom of the laces. It is not often you get the opportunity to buy a quality American made product at such a discount. When not in church, will with wear these casually with jeans and convert them to work someday. A little nikwax and they should work for motorcycle riding also. Now if i could only find an American made cruiser for a significant discount....
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dalbert from Boulder,Co on Tuesday, February 26, 2013I am a carpenter and have found that all leather is the only thing that holds up on the jobsite.The vibram sole seems like it will last.