Information about Sorel Sentry Mid Canvas Sneakers (For Women)
Closeouts. Add a touch of old-school style to your collection with Sorel Sentry Mid Canvas sneakers. The waxed canvas upper is joined by a suede heel panel and rubber toe, and a cushioned insole keeps you moving comfortably all day long.
Waxed canvas upper with contrast stitching
Suede heel panel
Removable cushioned insole
Vulcanized rubber outsole for flexibility and traction
Reviewed by Skeeter from Dallas & Crested Butte on Saturday, July 28, 2012
Cute on-line but even better in person. Fits a wider foot. Arch support is good. For most shoes, 7 fits great but in the past 7.5 in Sorel has allowed for socks. In this shoe, the 7 is perfect. If you do not want the high top, the regular cut is also available. Liked so much that I ordered bot...
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Reviewed by Bahama Wynters from Oregon on Sunday, August 10, 2014
Emboldened by other reviews I bought a full size larger for thick winter socks. Found my cotton socks nearly filled the space.
You have to love a well made shoe, casual or dressy; a well made shoe is like manna from Heaven.
Some reviewers write they buy extra pairs yet I believe when these are shattered (which will take awhile unless unseen drastic occurrences prevail), Sorel Sentry will have designed and made another classic Canvas sneaker which will be just as enjoyable to look at and wear.
Reviewed by Lizardbreath from Colorado on Monday, March 24, 2014
I'm pleased with these. They fit true to size, IMO. I'm usually between a 6.5-7, got a 6.5 in these, and they're fine unless I want to wear thick socks. I wear a 6.5 in the Sentry tall boots, and a 7.5 in my Joan of Arctics (room for heavy socks). They do not have any support, much like Converse or similar sneakers, but the sole is pretty stiff.
I just wish they were a little taller--they aren't a high top, even though they kind of look like it in the pic. They're chukka height.
Reviewed by KT from Cincinnati on Monday, March 17, 2014
I saw somebody wearing these and had to get some too. They are very comfortable and roomy, and keep my feet warm without being boots. They aren't as flexible as other canvas sneakers, though, and they are much wider-looking. I like how they look with leg warmers scrunched down around the top of the shoe, or thick socks that can be scrunched in the same way.