Wolverine Guardian Safety Toe Work Boots for Men
Comfort right out of the box
I am ordering my second pair of these boots. The last pair finally gave out after 3 years. Yes, three years of working 8-10 hour days on cement in the shop. They would have lasted longer, but a sharp piece of metal cut the side of one boot and made a hole. The soles still have plenty of wear left.
The boots are light and flexible and have a comfortable, supportive sole. The leather is soft like a well-used baseball glove, but still tough enough to last a long time. I can't recommend these highly enough!
February 18, 2013
Not for concrete floors
These boots are good looking and very light wieght but I would not recommend these to anyone who works on concrete all day long as I do. I have owned the boots just two months and have tried two different insoles to try and cushion my feet.
July 27, 2007
strong but flat
Wolverine needs to come up with a better insole. I am a maintenance man on my feet 8-10 hours a day, in a building that is one mile long x 1/2 mile wide and three levels tall. The boots are light and durable, the carbon cap - awesome and my feet have been dry for 8 months! Unfortunately, I am experimenting with differrent insoles every two months. Wolverine has been in the game a long time, I should not have to go through this. I owned several pairs of Wolverine boots over the years - this is the first time I am experiencing displeasure with their product line.
August 7, 2008
Wolverine Guardian 6" Safety Shoes
This is my second pair of Wolverine Guardian 6" Safety toed shoes. I have had to wear steel toed safety shoes most of my adult life and many hurt your feet and are heavy. In the last few years OSHA has adopted a safety standard that allows safety shoes to be composite and not steel as long as they meet the requirements. These Wolverine safety shoes are the best I have ever worn. They are more comfortable than my tennis shoes. I higly recommend them. Dusty Pruitt
December 9, 2010