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Proof that the heritagewear craze is still alive and kicking: Michigan-based, 1883-born boot company Wolverine will settle into Nolita on August 24 (254 Elizabeth St., nr. E. Houston St.; 212-226-7869). As with its seven-month pop-up that ended in March, Wolverine’s classic, handcrafted leather work boots for men and women, which hover in the $300 range, share the antique wood floor with labels of a similar ilk—bridle-leather belts by Portland, Oregon–based Tanner Goods ($110); vintage tees from Bklyn Dry Goods ($48); selvage jeans by San Francisco’s Tellason ($220). And just like the temporary space, this one was constructed with pieces from the Wolverine archives, including wooden beams from its first-ever tannery. Among the new additions are a reclaimed church pew for trying on shoes and a back room for future pop-ups.


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