Finding a rugged yet comfortable women's hiking shoe can be difficult. Womens' feet can have mood swings which add to the difficulty. One day your feet feel great and the next they're achy and a comfortable hiker is now not so much.
Wolverine, known for manly rugged work and hunting boots, has literally dialed into the outdoors with the latest in footbed technology. Wolverine debuts the Individual Comfort System (iCS) in the Sierra hiking boots.
Wolverine recognized feet are unique. High arches, low arches, or normal woes, Wolverine's Individual Comfort System touts custom-tailoring the fit of the boot with a turn of the dial.
Turning the iCS Comfort Dial, located under the Wolverine Sierra's footbed, changes the it between four settings of comfort enhancement – increased inner support, increased outer support, go firm and adding cushion.
The Sierra's lower profile look and feminine appearance also makes the boot a choice for the ladies. The Wolverine name is associated with construction and hunting boots, but the Wolverine Sierra won't be found in at your dad's hunting camp.
They are crafted for the ladies with smooth waterproof nubuck leather and mesh upper giving them a great look on top of having great comfort dialed in as well.
Trail tested on loose rock and wet moss, the boots never slipped making the Sierra ideal when steady footwork is necessary. The upper comes just above the ankle making it supportive when down climbing and hiking on uneven terrain. Setting the comfort dial to your correct setting does take some trial and error.
It doesn't matter whether you're am going off on an epic mountain adventure or for a trip to the mall with your girlfriends the Wolverine Sierra hiking boots with iCS dials in comfort.
Jacquelyn Farris, an Adventure Chaser at heart, lives in Oklahoma City, OK and is always glad to clarify that Oklahoma does have mountains.
Farris got her start in the action sports world working for one of the founders of vert ramp BMX riding, Mat Hoffman. While at Hoffman Bikes, she worked for the winter and summer ESPN X-Games and realized action sports was her passion. Farris kept a busy professional schedule while earning her degree in Sports Management with an emphasis in Photography from Adams State in Southern Colorado.
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