Wolverine vs Justin Work Boots – Which is Better?

Justin Work Boots are a great choice for those who work in a range of different environments. Wolverine boots, on the other hand, offer more protection from wet and muddy conditions. So which is better? It really depends on what your needs are as an individual. In this article I’m going to break down both types of boots so you will be able to make an informed decision about which one is right for you!

-Justin Work Boots: Ideal for general purposes such as construction or ranching; less durable than Wolverines but have more flexibility and cost less money.
-Wolverine Boots: More expensive because they’re made with tougher materials that can stand up to harsh conditions like mud and water; also heavier duty than Justin’s.

Wolverine boots are made in the USA

Sorry to say it, but no, Wolverine boots are not made in the USA.

While the company may be American-owned and headquartered, its global footprint is huge. One of its most significant manufacturing partners is Luxottica’s subsidiary Crocs Inc., which sources out production to factories around the world including Eastern Europe.

Wolverine Footwear Vice President Stefanie Wood says that if someone wanted to find an athletic shoe that was 100% manufactured in America they would have a tough time doing so.

Wolverine boots offer more protection for your feet and toes

Wolverine boots offer more protection for your feet and toes because the arch support in the shoe is better than that created by traditional work shoes. The foam soles also act as insulation for your feet, alleviating the strain of carrying weight.

They give you great traction so you don’t lose balance on slippery floors and can keep moving throughout long days at work. This helps to speed up exhaustion and fatigue, especially when handling heavy loads or working on surfaces with lots of bumps.

You’ll feel less joint pain after a day’s wear due to this cushioning, which significantly increases endurance over time even if it makes footwear heavier than other models out there! Oh yeah – they’re flame retardant too.

Justin Work Boots offer better traction on slippery surfaces like ice or snow

In terms of Justin Work Boots’ non slip grip, it essentially relies on a synthetic compound called Flex-Grip®. This synthetic compound is similar to latex in that it’s elastic and can stretch at least 10%.

Occasionally when walking on snow or ice, the foot comes into contact with something that creates a temporary stretch in the material used for traction. When this occurs, Justin Work Boots will provide 1 to 2 inches more of permanent grip while still allowing the boots to return back to their original form.

It also has a water repellent exterior which provides superior breathability and value if your work environment often requires you to be outside for extended periods of time (say like construction).

Wolverine boots have a wider range of sizes, including half-sizes

Wolverine boots are one of the few brands of boots that have a range of sizes, including half-sizes.

The most common “half-size” is actually seven and five-eighths. There are nine nine different sizes to cover all feet from around 5 inches for petites to 12 1/4 inch for extra wide! These new boot styles offer you the opportunity to dress better on your longer or shorter days.

For those of you unfamiliar with the brand, Wolverine makes high quality shoe that are comparatively affordable due to their relatively recent introduction to the market. This means they can still provide comfort at an affordable price point.

One of the qualities about their shoes is range of sizes, which includes half-sizes for those who require them (since they introduce both one full size and one half size between each larger size). So whether you’re looking for your first pair of black dress shoes or your tenth, there’s a Wolverine boot out there just waiting for its next owner.

Justin Work Boots come with an unconditional lifetime warranty – if they break, you get them replaced free of charge!

Justin Work Boots will take care of the problem for you.

Roughly speaking, a shoe’s sole can last about 500 miles. If you drive 500 miles or less per year, your shoe may last 12 pairs before it needs to be replaced (we estimate). So again, Justin Work Boots will make sure replacements are available to you.

It’s important to keep in mind also that soles wear down over time because they’re always exposed to pressure and friction while walking/standing on pavement or other hard surfaces; this is the leading cause of premature sole failure even if the rest of your shoes are still usable.