Information about Sorel Chipahko Blanket Boots (For Women)
Closeouts. A chic design that looks and feels great walking down chilly city sidewalks, Sorel's Chipahko blanket boots get their stylish look from a water- and stain-resistant wool blanket upper that's accented with a full-grain leather rand, trim and adjustable straps.
Water- and stain-resistant wool upper with full-grain leather rand, trim and straps
Reviewed by love it outdoors from Utah on Sunday, March 09, 2014
Got a compliment from my stylish friend! These boots are great for our wet cold climate. They feel good without socks, when you want to run to the store or to yoga :).
They go with so much as they have shades of gray and blue in the fabric, and the brown in the leather trim. They fit a bit loose as I have "low volume" feet , but are true in length to my size. Sorels tend to run a tad big for my skinny feet !
Reviewed by M in the mountains & ski slopes from Pennsylvania on Saturday, March 08, 2014
These boots were bought to walk across a cold, wet college campus. The "necessity" purchase became a stylish addition to my wardrobe. They are completely waterproof, warm & comfortable. They also have great traction for ice and snow. I only wish I had them in the other color, too!
They are ok for traction not the worst but not the best. I have worn them on ice they are ok. They are very warm and fit great. I walk 2 miles a day and have worn these they do well.
Answered on 2/27/2014 12:06:45 PM by Beckaroo from Oregon outback
They do have great traction, but I will tell you that the ankle support isn't so great in these boots. I went hiking in them and had sore ankles by the end of the trail- about 3 miles tromping in snow.
Answered on 2/27/2014 12:23:42 PM by Amy from Grand Forks, ND
No - I slipped on ice. But on snowpack they are ok. The tread is in the pattern of snowflakes, and is shallow.
Answered on 2/27/2014 5:59:38 PM by Happy Feet from Colorado
The soles are relatively flat but I have worn them out shoveling snow and on ice and never slipped.
Answered on 2/27/2014 8:57:30 PM by CtGirl from Connecticut
Not really :( they are a little slippy on ice.
Answered on 2/28/2014 10:20:36 AM by Adrienne from GRMI