Wolverine EPX Comfort Joins the Work Site

Wolverine EPX Cabor Line

Wolverine EPX  is an innovative new cushioning system designed to make your boots more comfortable and even use return energy to reduce fatigue. Wolverine EPX features a dual layer foam, four part system that starts with a dense base, evenly distributing the wearer’s weight across the sole. With each step, the honeycomb pattern found in the heel expands to absorb impact. As weight is transferred to the forefoot, a ribbed spine flexes to maintain cushioning. To wrap it all up, a compression molded EVA top layer provides cushioning from heel to toe. The entire system works together to return energy back into the walking motion and reduce fatigue.

The Wolverine EPX system is being debuted in the Cabor Line of boots which feature a waterproof upper and durable metal hardware. They are available in Wellington, Moc-Toe Chukka, 6-, and 8-inch boot styles. They are all EH rated and offer an optional composite safety toe cap. Prices range from $160 – $182 depending on the style. I’ve got a pair of the Moc-Toe Chukkas on the way, so be on the lookout for a review in the next couple of weeks after I get the chance to test them out.

For more information, visit Wolverine’s website.


Wolverine EPX System Video

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