Information about Sorel Sorellington Graphic Boots - Waterproof Rubber (For Women)
Closeouts. They're Sorel's version of dependable Wellingtons, so of course they call them Sorel Sorellington Graphic boots! The fully waterproof, vulcanized rubber upper is patterned in bold prints, and a bonded felt frost plug helps insulate feet against cold ground.
Reviewed by Dog runner from Seattle, WA on Sunday, April 15, 2012
I live in serious dampness about 6-8 months of the year, but my three dogs demand that I take them out in the rain daily....I've been searching for a rain boot I can wear in the woods but will last more than a week of downpour before they are retired to the 'used' pile...these boots have been great!...
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Reviewed by Terrie, Horse boarding facility owner from Davie, FL, USA on Tuesday, April 23, 2013
I hate wet feet in footwear, so I bought these to replace the various leather waterproof boots I have been using at my horse boarding property. Most of the leather boots have lasted anywhere from 3 to 6 months. The Sorellingtons have lasted exactly 7 months. However I wore them everyday since getting them without having to treat and re-treat them like I would leather boots. Also the Sorellingtons on sale cost 40 % less than the least costly leather boots tested. My feet were never sore and never hurt no matter how long I was in these working on the property. To look at them at the end of their life, you would not think they need to be thrown out except that the have started to let water seep in around the toe box at the grass line height in the pastures - I hate wet feet in footwear! So I have ordered 2 more of these that should see me through 1 year at least. I went with other reviews that said they ran 1/2 size large and true to width and it was true for me. Tractions can be iffy sometimes on dirty wet concrete. Would rate this 5 starts if it lasted a true year.
I found these quite supportive and good for standing/walking. I usually wear a 9 and the 9 fits with a cushioned sock. Unless you have a very high volume foot I would think an orthotic would fit.
Answered on 10/27/2012 12:00:00 AM by Alosa from Boston, MA