Aerospace-grade wallets, a '60s military jacket reimagined, life of a modern-day cowboy, who invented the wheelie, and more...

Finally snagging a pair of 1000 Mile Boots is like a rite of passage for your wardrobe — going back over a hundred years to when Wolverine first started making ‘em in Rockford, Michigan. Back then it was their “1000 Mile” toughness, durable horsehide upper, and resolable Goodyear Welt that made them the best investment around for serious tradesmen. But nowadays it’s their timeless style that gets the attention (especially in Roughout Suede), with a dressed-up leather sole and clean look that makes the hardest-working boot in your arsenal one of the most handsome. Not fair, Wolverine. SHOP NOW

The wheelie was invented in 1890 when trick bicyclist Daniel J. Canary “...performed the feat, then regarded as impossible, of riding on the rear wheel, with the front wheel elevated."
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