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Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

Wolverine World Wide, Inc. (WWW)

3/14/2006 Proxy Information

Wolverine has entered into agreements with Grimoldi, S.A., an Argentinean corporation of which Mr. Alberto Grimoldi, a director of Wolverine, is chairman and a significant shareholder, granting to Grimoldi, S.A. the exclusive rights to distribute and sell footwear products in Argentina under the Hush Puppies®, Caterpillar® and Merrell® brand names. Under these agreements, Grimoldi, S.A. or its subsidiary pays Wolverine royalties and certain sublicense fees based on sales or purchases of footwear products in Argentina.

Under the agreements described above, Grimoldi, S.A. was obligated to pay to Wolverine royalties, sublicense fees and service fees relating to 2005 totaling $1,439,938.

In the ordinary course of business, Wolverine and its subsidiaries sell footwear for resale, samples, components of footwear products (such as leather and shoe soles), advertising materials and miscellaneous items to licensees, distributors and customers. In 2005, purchases of such items by Grimoldi, S.A. totaled $194,367 (including any applicable sublicense fees for products containing licensed proprietary technology).

All of the transactions described above occurred pursuant to continuing contractual arrangements between Wolverine and Grimoldi, S.A. Wolverine expects similar transactions to occur between Grimoldi, S.A. and Wolverine and its subsidiaries during 2006.

During 2002, Wolverine and Grimoldi, S.A. agreed to payment terms with respect to certain trade accounts owed by Grimoldi, S.A. to Wolverine. Grimoldi, S.A. executed a three-year note payable to Wolverine in the face amount of $635,761 which bears interest at 10 percent per annum. As of December 31, 2005, the aggregate principal balance of the note was $40,520. The note was paid in full in January 2006. The highest principal balance of the note between January 1, 2005 and December 31, 2005 was $233,339.

In the ordinary course of its business, Wolverine purchases promotional merchandise for use in connection with the sale of its products. In 2005, Wolverine purchased promotional merchandise from Bullseye Group, LLC totaling $402,500. One third of Bullseye Group, LLC is owned by Daniel Mehney, the son of David P. Mehney, a director of Wolverine. Wolverine anticipates purchasing promotional materials from Bullseye Group, LLC in 2006.

3/14/2005 Proxy Information

Wolverine has entered into agreements with Grimoldi, S.A., an Argentinean corporation of which Mr. Alberto Grimoldi, a director of Wolverine, is chairman and a significant shareholder, granting to Grimoldi, S.A. the exclusive rights to distribute and sell footwear products in Argentina under the Hush Puppies®, Caterpillar® and Merrell® brand names. Under these agreements, Grimoldi, S.A. or its subsidiary pays Wolverine royalties and certain sublicense fees based on sales or purchases of footwear products in Argentina.

Under the agreements described above, Grimoldi, S.A. was obligated to pay to Wolverine royalties, sublicense fees and service fees relating to 2004 totaling $1,013,368.

In the ordinary course of business, Wolverine and its subsidiaries sell footwear for resale, samples, components of footwear products (such as leather and shoe soles), advertising materials and miscellaneous items to licensees, distributors and customers. In 2004, purchases of such items by Grimoldi, S.A. totaled $136,019 (including any applicable sublicense fees for products containing licensed proprietary technology).

All of the transactions described above occurred pursuant to continuing contractual arrangements between Wolverine and Grimoldi, S.A. Wolverine expects similar transactions to occur between Grimoldi, S.A. and Wolverine and its subsidiaries during 2005.

During 2002, Wolverine and Grimoldi, S.A. agreed to payment terms with respect to certain trade accounts owed by Grimoldi, S.A. to Wolverine. Grimoldi, S.A. executed a three-year note payable to Wolverine in the face amount of $635,761 which bears interest at 10 percent per annum. As of January 1, 2005, the aggregate principal balance of the note was $233,339. The highest principal balance of the note between January 4, 2004 and January 1, 2005 was $461,231.

In the ordinary course of its business, Wolverine purchases promotional merchandise for use in connection with the sale of its products. In 2004, Wolverine purchased promotional merchandise from Bullseye Group, LLC totaling $373,459. One third of Bullseye Group, LLC is owned by Daniel Mehney, the son of David P. Mehney, a director of Wolverine. Wolverine anticipates continuing to purchase promotional materials from Bullseye Group, LLC in 2005.

Until his retirement in April 2000, Mr. Geoffrey Bloom was also Chief Executive Officer of Wolverine World Wide, Inc. Mr. Bloom was previously President and Chief Executive Officer from 1993 until 1996 and Chief Operating Officer from 1987 until 1993.

3/12/2004 Proxy Information

Mr. Matthews was a member of Wolverine’s Compensation Committee until February 2003. While Mr. Matthews was not at any time an employee of Wolverine or its subsidiaries, he served as Chairman of the Board of Wolverine from 1993 until 1996.

Wolverine has entered into agreements with Grimoldi, S.A., an Argentinean corporation of which Mr. Alberto Grimoldi, a director of Wolverine, is chairman and a significant shareholder, granting to Grimoldi, S.A. the exclusive rights to distribute and sell footwear products in Argentina under the Hush Puppies®, Caterpillar® and Merrell® brand names. Under these agreements, Grimoldi, S.A. or its subsidiary pays Wolverine royalties and certain sublicense fees based on sales or purchases of footwear products in Argentina.

Under the agreements described above, Grimoldi, S.A. was obligated to pay to Wolverine royalties, sublicense fees and service fees in 2003 totaling $650,275.

In the ordinary course of business, Wolverine and its subsidiaries sell footwear for resale, samples, components of footwear products (such as leather and shoe soles), advertising materials and miscellaneous items to licensees, distributors and customers. In 2003, purchases of such items by Grimoldi, S.A. totaled $239,750 (including any applicable sublicense fees for products containing licensed proprietary technology).

All of the transactions described above occurred pursuant to continuing contractual arrangements between Wolverine and Grimoldi, S.A. Wolverine expects similar transactions to occur between Grimoldi, S.A. and Wolverine and its subsidiaries during 2004.

During 2002, Wolverine and Grimoldi, S.A. agreed to payment terms with respect to certain trade accounts owed by Grimoldi, S.A. to Wolverine. Grimoldi, S.A. executed a three-year note payable to Wolverine in the face amount of $635,761 which bears interest at 10 percent per annum. As of February 1, 2004, the aggregate principal balance of the note was $461,231. The highest principal balance of the note between December 29, 2002 and February 1, 2004 was $635,761.

3/17/2003 Proxy Information

During 2002, Wolverine engaged J. Walter Thompson, an international advertising firm, to perform public relations and marketing services. Wolverine paid $154,081 in fees and expenses to J. Walter Thompson. Ms. Joan Parker, a director of Wolverine, was a Senior Partner with J. Walter Thompson until April 2002. Wolverine does not anticipate engaging J. Walter Thompson to provide services in 2003.

Wolverine has entered into an agreement with Grimoldi, S.A., an Argentinean corporation of which Mr. Alberto Grimoldi, a director of Wolverine, is a significant shareholder, granting to Grimoldi, S.A. the exclusive rights to distribute and sell footwear products in Argentina under the Hush Puppies®, Caterpillar® and Merrell® brand names. Under this agreement, Grimoldi, S.A., or its subsidiary, pays Wolverine royalties and certain sublicense fees based on sales or purchases of footwear products in Argentina.

Under the agreement described above, Grimoldi, S.A. was obligated to pay to Wolverine royalties, sublicense fees and service fees in 2002 totaling $341,494.

In the ordinary course of business, Wolverine and its subsidiaries sell footwear for resale, samples, components of footwear products (such as leather and shoe soles), advertising materials and miscellaneous items to licensees, distributors and customers. In 2002, purchases of such items by Grimoldi, S.A. totaled $95,202 (including any applicable sublicense fees for products containing licensed proprietary technology).

All of the transactions described above occurred pursuant to continuing contractual arrangements between Wolverine and Grimoldi, S.A. Wolverine expects similar transactions to occur between Grimoldi, S.A. and Wolverine and its subsidiaries during 2003.

During 2002, Wolverine and Grimoldi, S.A. agreed to payment terms with respect to certain trade accounts owed by Grimoldi, S.A. to Wolverine. Grimoldi, S.A. executed a three-year note payable to Wolverine in the face amount of $635,761 which bears interest at 10 percent per annum. As of March 3, 2003, the aggregate principal balance of the note was $605,202.

For 2002, Wolverine’s Compensation Committee consisted of Donald V. Fites, Phillip D. Matthews, David P. Mehney and Paul D. Schrage. While Mr. Matthews was not at any time an employee of Wolverine or its subsidiaries, he served as Chairman of the Board of Wolverine from 1993 until 1996. Effective following the February 2003 meeting of the Board of Directors, Mr. Matthews resigned from the Compensation Committee and was appointed to the Audit Committee.

Mr. Matthews serves as Lead Director of Wolverine. For his service as lead director, Mr. Matthews received $46,000 for the period from May 2001 through April 2002, and he will receive $46,000 for the period from May 2002 through April 2003. These payments are in lieu of the annual director retainer fee of $23,000.

In April 2000, Mr. Bloom retired as Chief Executive Officer of Wolverine but continues to serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors. For his services as Chairman, Mr. Bloom received $175,000 for the period from May 2001 through April 2002 and will receive $125,000 for the period from May 2002 through April 2003, together with reimbursement of certain business expenses. These payments are in lieu of all other director compensation and Mr. Bloom did not participate in the Directors' Stock Option Plan or the Deferred Compensation Plan and did not receive an annual retainer, fees for Board or Committee meeting attendance or other compensation. The scope of Mr. Bloom's services and his compensation is reviewed annually by the Board of Directors.