Head-to-Toe Gear From Wolverine

wolvie midFall is pretty much in full swing throughout many parts of the country, which means it’s time to layer up when you hit the trail. Wolverine’s rugged, durable gear is ideal for cool weather hikes, and today we’ll take a look at several of the company’s items that will keep you protected, warm, and ready for the trail.

Denton Thermal Tee

Wolverine’s thermal tee is your bare bones, get the job done, long-sleeve solution to a cool day in the woods. The tee is comprised of 100% cotton waffle knit, so it can get a little warm if the temperatures are still high, but it makes a great base layer during winter hikes.

Vernon Jacket / Vest

The Vernon makes a great shell layer when the temperatures dip low in the winter months. This 100% polyester fleece jacket possesses reinforced patches on the back of the arms, shoulders, back, and front pocket opening. The jacket also offers front kangaroo pockets, as well as a center zipper pocket. The great thing is that the Vernon comes in a jacket, as well as a vest, so you have some choices to work with.

Twill Pant

To keep your legs warm and protected from low-lying branches, Wolverine’s twill pant is the way to go. This 65% polyester/35% cotton blend pant is stain and wrinkle resistant, and offers Wolverine’s reliable durability and protection against nearly everything nature can throw at you.

Terrain II ICS Mid Trail Hiker

Last, but not least, your feet are what keep you going, so your boots are perhaps the most important piece of gear you’ll need. For this reason, Wolverine’s Terrain II Mids are a great option. They offer a waterproof upper with action frame stabilizers, wave mesh lining with waterproof membrane, compression molded EVA midsole, and cement construction. The Terrain II is the ideal option for hiking in cold, damp conditions.

With rugged, reliable, and durable apparel and footwear, Wolverine has you covered, head to toe. The company’s gear is known for handling some of the toughest conditions in the field, which means you can hit any trailhead with confidence.