Reviewed by picabo from Maine on Monday, October 24, 2011
I have wanted a pair of Sorels for so long and they were over $100 on every web site. What a price! For a great fitting great looking mud boot. I live in Maine and we wear mud boots 75% of the time so its nice to have one that's so good looking and comfortable. If you have a high arch you might not ...
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Reviewed by Stacy from Salt Lake City, UT on Wednesday, February 13, 2013
I loved the look of these boots, but I ordered my regular size (6) and they boots felt like they fit more like a 7. They seemed to be very high quality though, and I would have ordered again if they had been available in a size 5 and the color I wanted. They were flexible, yet sturdy. Order a size down, especially if you are a half size.
Reviewed by puddlestomper from WA on Monday, January 7, 2013
I'd been looking for a good rainboot to help me through Seattle's misty winter - loved the cheery color of the orange/brown boot but hesitated to purchase it online because they didn't have my regular size (8), they only had a size 7. Very glad I took the chance because even the 7 is almost too big unless I wear heavier socks. Very comfortable boot that I can tuck my pants into and seems durable after a few months of wear.
Reviewed by trvlchik5 from albany,NY on Thursday, December 27, 2012
The boots were exactly what I was seraching for! I was looking for a perfect pain of rain boots to keep my feet dry and warm during the commute to and from work and occasional weekend activities. The boots have kept my feet very warm and dry during wet weather days. The only slight complaint is, the opening at the top of the boot is a tad small and with a larger calf it is a little tight. But I would highly recommend these to someone looking for a good and sturdy pair of boots.
Reviewed by sixvlt from Hood River, OR on Monday, November 5, 2012
These boots are a fun, funky, retro kinda rain boot and reminded me of some old boots I had as a kid so I ordered them to replace a $12 pair of rubber boots from the hardware store. Sadly, my $12 hardware store boots fit better than these. The "shoe" part is a fine fit but I had to return the first pair because they were way too big. I wear a 6.5-7, ordered a 7 and ended up exchanging for a 6 which is still plenty roomy. The ankle and calf are a little funky though. The ankle is super wide and floppy (it almost bunches up when I walk) and the top around the calf is pretty snug. I have a hard time fitting tights or skinny jeans under them comfortably (my calfs aren't huge but I'm a cyclist, runner, skier so they're not sticks either). If the ankle and calf were just a bit more tailored and made of a slightly stiffer rubber they'd be bomber but the flexing/flopping while I walk is a little awkward. That said, they're cute and it's raining so I'll keep em!
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Mud, Rain
Cons: Difficult Entry/Exit, Floppy Anklecalf, Poor Fit, Too tight around calf
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Answered on 12/27/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post
That is a tough call normally I recommend ordering the next 1/2 size up because you can always wear a thicker to take up the volume. Ordering the 1/2 down you will run the risk of the boot being too short even with thin socks.
Answered on 12/3/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post
The temperature rating of Sorel Sorellington Rubber Boots range from 0 to 40 degrees F. Please note the actual comfort range in cold temperatures varies across individuals depending upon tolerance for cold, metabolism and activity level. If you're standing still, you'll need maximum winter boot warmth!
Answered on 12/8/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from Unknown