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Following a successful pop-up shop, heritage brand Wolverine has set an opening date for their permanent location. On August 24th, the Michigan-based company will open the doors at 254 Elizabeth Street, stocking not only a "curated selection of Wolverine products," but also gear from other made-in-America companies. Expect to find leather belts from Portland's Tanner Goods, selvage denim by San Francisco's Tellason, and vintage tees from Bklyn Dry Goods.
Can't wait 'til the end of the month to get your made in the USA/Michigan on? Newly-opened Shinola stocks proudly made-in-Detroit wares, while evolving storefront Story is 100% made in the USA through September 1st.
· Back-to-Workwear [New York Magazine]
· Wolverine Company Store Slated For July Opening in Nolita [Racked NY]