A exclusive collaboration among legendary brands has created a limited-edition boot that is the epitome of American craftsmanship.
Wolverine, the 137-year-previous boot brand name, joined forces with Outdated Rip Van Winkle Distillery to develop a collaboration boot––the limited edition a thousand Mile boot. Amid it’s exclusive features is a heel crafted from white oak bourbon barrels previously utilized in the growing old of Outdated Rip Van Winkle bourbons. The collaboration is meant to pay back homage to the American worker, as both equally Wolverine a thousand Mile boots and Outdated Rip Van Winkle bourbons are designed mainly the identical way they were far more than a century ago.
“The collaboration celebrates the legacy and spirit of the American worker, a result in to which both equally Wolverine and Outdated Rip Van Winkle are genuinely devoted,” said Tom Kennedy, world brand name president for Wolverine. “These are two American brands with deep roots coming together to showcase their really like for American craftmanship, bourbon and boots.”
The Wolverine a thousand Mile Outdated Rip Van Winkle boot will release this tumble along with Outdated Rip Van Winkle bourbons. The limited-edition boot is a cap-toe a thousand Mile silhouette with a heel showcasing a wood layer crafted from American white oak bourbon barrels––previously utilized in the growing old of Outdated Rip Van Winkle bourbons. The boot is handcrafted in the U.S.A. with Horween Cavalier Squash leather-based and is hand-numbered, with gold hardware and a specific edition steel tag.
“We are very pleased to partner with Wolverine to develop a boot for Outdated Rip Van Winkle collectors and admirers that will increase funds to help the potential American workforce,” said Preston Van Winkle, fourth era company proprietor of Outdated Rip Van Winkle.
The Wolverine a thousand Mile x Outdated Rip Van Winkle limited-edition boot is readily available now for $four hundred on Wolverine.com. All proceeds from the boot will go toward the mikeroweWORKS Foundation Operate Ethic Scholarship Plan.
“The abilities gap is true and obtaining broader every single year,” said Mike Rowe, founder of the mikeroweWORKS Foundation. “Our country faces a expanding lack of experienced tradespeople, and my basis is committed to serving to far more people get the needed instruction they require to fill these in-demand from customers work. Wolverine and Outdated Rip Van Winkle understand this dilemma greater than most, and their determination to the American worker is laudable. I’m grateful for their help and leadership, and I’m hopeful far more corporations will observe this illustration.”