The shelves here are all repurposed from Wolverine’s original tannery, and the wares run from the style-forward No. 1883 Collection to the throwbacky 1000 Mile boots (this video on their construction is very much worth watching).
Our favorites: the wool-and-cowhide Seger boot (for jean-and-flannel days) and the two-tone Addison boot, sharp enough to round out a tweedy three-piece.
Speaking of which, Wolverine’s also stocking vintage Harris Tweed blazers alongside Tellason denim and waxed canvas Filson bags.
In closing, a brief note on this whole “American heritage” thing: no man should be slavishly devoted to trends, especially one that’s single-trendedly galvanized the market for beard combs.
But Wolverine’s a solid brand. Well-made. And truly American. They’ll sheath your dogs this fall and winter but good.
254 Elizabeth St.
b/t Prince and Houston