Canadians know a thing or two about cold weather, so it's not surprising they were behind one of the most popular cold-weather boots ever created. Sorel - founded in Kitchener, Ontario, in 1962 - is perhaps best known for the ubiquitous Caribou, a boot that pioneered the use of a unique material that reflected heat back to the foot. This reflective material was incorporated into Sorel's advanced four-layer construction process that includes a weather-resistant shell, wicking liners and ThermoPlus® felt inner liners to keep feet dry and toasty. Now nearly a c ... Learn more about Sorelentury old, Sorel continues to meet the rigorous demands of today's active lifestyles - from snowmobiling to snowshoeing, sledding to skiing - with its highly respected line of footwear and apparel. ... Less
Reviewed by RDay from New Orleans on Sunday, August 02, 2015
These shoes are very cute and stylish. Pretty good support for what they are. They run BIG. I usually wear an 8, and they were falling off me. The 7 fit great in the toe box actually still had a bit of room, and I have wide feet so I'm always looking for that, but were very tight around the heel were cutting into me a little bit. I wanted to love and keep them, but I think I would need a 7 1/2 which isn't available.
Reviewed by Jane from Illinois on Sunday, August 02, 2015
I have 9 pairs of these in red and in blue. They're all I wear in the spring and summer, and a person can wear them with or without footies because they
breathe. And they last. I wash them in the washer and air dry. My shoes and boots are mostly Sorels because they're wider than most, more like European sizes.
Reviewed by Stinky855 from Des Moines, IA on Friday, July 24, 2015
Bought these for my daughter. She was a little concerned about the rubber on the toe of the shoe, when we ordered them. However, when she tried them on, she fell in love. The suede on the back of these shoes and the rubber on the toe make these shoes different, yet cool to a pre teen.
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