Alico North Cape Wellington Boots - Shearling Lining (For Men)

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Information about Alico North Cape Wellington Boots - Shearling Lining (For Men)

Closeouts. Alico North Cape boots feature a 12" upper for outstanding coverage and support, and with Anfibio waterproof breathable leather, protection and foot comfort are ensured. Authentic Italian fully welted construction for durability over years and years of use.

Specs about Alico North Cape Wellington Boots - Shearling Lining (For Men)

  • Pull-On
  • Upper: Anfibio leather
  • Lining: Shearling
  • Outsole: Vibram® rubber
  • Height: 10"
  • Heel height: 1-3/4"
  • Weight (pair): 5 lb. 4 oz.
  • Vibram®
  • Made in Italy
  • Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide

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Reviewed by Catechumen from Marietta, Georgia on Friday, February 22, 2013
Well some wouldn't think it, but it can get cold-ish down here in Georgia. My sister from Iowa, while visiting during Christmas, commented on how much more humid it was down here and how much colder it made 30 degrees feel compared to the same temperature in Iowa. I've been wanting a pair of warm... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tracy from Mountains of Utah - Desert of Arabia on Wednesday, May 4, 2016
    This is a wonderfully constructed boot. That said, it isn't apres ski footwear. The sole is heavy lugged and stiff, it is a cold weather work boot. I don't know how well they will perform or last as I just got them but from the looks of the construction and the quality of the materials I think they will be around for a long time. I wear a size 10 U.S. and they run true to size.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by John from Mid-MO on Monday, January 25, 2016
    These boots are just what I needed for snowy conditions around town. The quality of the boot is excellent and the leather is thick but supple. The shearling lining is a nice touch as well. Work boot tough but to nice for that. Great for all other occasions that don't require a tie. Sizing is accurate with room for a substantial wool sock.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rabid Hiker from Duluth on Sunday, December 6, 2015
    Premium quality. Beefy good looks. Way too nice a boot for working but it would certainly be durable. Very comfortable and true to size.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by The Doc from SW Mich. on Friday, December 4, 2015
    Only had a little bit of time to wear these and really haven't tested them. They are super high quality but very stiff as you would expect from High end Italian leather. These are boots that will likely last a lifetime. They do slip a little bit in the heel, which I had expected until they get more broken in. The nice thing is that STP has a very liberal return policy so if they don't pan out the way I expect them to, I can return them up to one year. (hope I don't have to). I took out the insole and put in thicker ones with more arch support and that helped the slippage. I also added heel padding to see if that helps until they break in more. They are very warm and the shearling is heavenly. I'm so pleased with these boots!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by hopkins from ohio on Monday, March 16, 2015
    Had to send them back. Although these boots are very well made and high quality they were extremely stiff and awkward to walk in. Shearling was cozy and super warm but after wearing them around the house for a few minutes I could not imagine working in these boots. They were just too uncomfortable.

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    • Answer According to the product overview/specs above: Weight (pair): 5 lb. 4 oz. The weight for a single boot would be just over 2.5 lbs.
      Answered on 3/11/2015 11:21:48 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Company Headquarters
    • Answer I don't have 13s but...I have a pr of 9.5 and size 10 for real cold wthr. Thicker Sox. That said, I think the width is pretty close to the summit last. If you want to fit extra thick Sox go up one half size.y
      Answered on 2/18/2014 6:26:09 AM by vt pete from north vt
    • Answer Yes they work fine, I'm using custom orthotics in these without problem. They do come with the typical removable footbed.
      Answered on 1/24/2014 9:38:57 AM by Tom Gos from Eagle, CO
    • Answer Yes, it has a removable insole so you will have room for orthotics. I usually wear a size 9 but dropped a half size and that worked well. As with all my leather boots, I use Bear Grease on them for protection
      Answered on 1/25/2014 11:26:31 AM by jurmudo from Hurley WI
  • Question “is the shearling lining full foot and footbed or only the shaft? ”
    Asked on 11/16/2013 1:36:46 PM by idyho bob from north idaho
    • Answer The shearling lining is the shaft, top, and sides of the foot, but not the foot bed.
      Answered on 11/20/2013 3:04:46 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • Answer The Anfibio leather is treated for waterproofness and breathability, I would recommend to care for them as you would care for any leather boot.||Wipe off the Dust||Remember that leather is skin and will react the way skin does so the most important thing you can do in caring for any piece of leather footwear is to keep it free of dust. Dust will settle into the creases of boots. The dust acts like sandpaper cutting the finish with every step you take. Sooner or later it will cut through not only the finish but the fiber itself and the leather will split. So, wipe off your boots often, not just before you shine them, but every time you take them off. Wipe the dust off with anything you have handy, you do not need a special brush or cloth. You do need to make this a habit, you cannot wipe them off too often.||||Wash off Loose Dirt||Boots need a good cleaning and conditioning every so often, Begin by removing loose dirt and dried mud with a damp cloth, followed by a good brushing of the boot.||||Apply a Quality Conditioner||While the leather is still moist, apply a lather conditioner. Once it has dried, it should be buffed with a soft cloth. The final step is to apply a boot cream to the boot and buff. As a pointer on the boot cream color, choose a cream a shade or two darker then the color of the boot. Leathers fade slightly as they age and this will return them to their original color. You should use a matching color cream with new boots. Never mix brushes! Keep brushes for each color of polish with that particular brush.|||Exotic Leathers especially reptiles have deeper textures that do not absorb conditioner and cream as quickly. Apply these in several thin layers rather then all at once. Apply conditioner to snakes gently against scales then rub down with scale direction. You should never let snakeskin boots to dry out.|||Harder surface exotics like lizard and alligator require a little more time in keeping dust and dirt out of the tiles especially in the folds as boots age. The life of the boot is greatly extended by keeping them clean and conditioned. Be sure to brush conditioner all the way to the sole line. Many people forget that area of the boot and it can cause the boot to crack and pull away at the sole. If the boot has a leather sole, it should also be conditioned. This increases the life of the sole because it restores moisture, which deters cracking.||Stubborn stains may require a little extra work to remove. Sticky spots such as dried soda or alcohol can be removed by using a solution of equal parts of water and vinegar. Most scuffs and marks can be removed with a pencil eraser. It is important to remember that when conditioning or if the boots get wet, you need to allow them to dry away from direct heat.||Boot wax is not really necessary except where a spit shine is needed. The wax can be applied over the cream. You can use saddle soap if you do not let it dry on the boots and you do not rub it in. Saddle soap should be wiped off wet. Mink oil is another product frequently used. It will waterproof the boots, but also seals the pores and eventually causes cracking. It is not recommended for boots.||One final thing to remember is that wax is water based and will dry out boots. A coat of cream should always be applied first.
      Answered on 12/12/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post
    • Answer You could try the better-recommended method to clean the top-grain or full grain leather carefully, first, and then apply a top-notch matching product that accentuates the process to seal the boot against moisture once it is well-cleaned and ready. A water resistant or proof sealant need not soften the leather or break down its strength, so be wary of these kinds of treatments or pre-treatments that overly compromise the high quality and strength of expensive leather... In the instance of these fine Italian boots, like others similarly made to high standards, to try the nikwax aqueous leather treatment after cleaning them with the matching gel cleaner, would probably do the least damage to the boots in the long run and not leave undesirable contents in the leather... You can usually buy the nikwax from STP in the website at a fair price and the two items often come in a kit with both together... But read carefully, as the aqueous 'wax' is not a regular shoe wax nor is it petroleum based. For use with worn shoes, more than one cleaning and second waterproof treatment may be necessary... see the customer reviews on these products here at STP. Be sure to choose the correct product, when they are available & not sold out.
      Answered on 8/25/2013 3:44:14 PM by in small town... from Kenai Mountains, Alaska