Sorel Caribou Reserve LTD Winter Pac Boots - -40°F (For Men)
About Sorel Caribou Reserve LTD Winter Pac Boots - -40°F (For Men)
Closeouts. A winter icon taken to the ultimate level, Sorel Caribou Reserve LTD pac boots are based on the classic Sorel Caribou design, with high-end features like a waterproof bison leather upper, two sets of removable liners and a dyed sheepskin-shearling collar to lock heat inside the boot.
Specs about Sorel Caribou Reserve LTD Winter Pac Boots - -40°F (For Men)
- Boot style: Lace-Up,Pac / Multi-Sport
- Boot features: Insulated,Waterproof (All)
- Comfort rating -40°F
- Waterproof materials: Waterproof rubber
- Gusseted tongue
- Insulation: 65% polyester fibers, 35% polypropylene
- Upper: Leather and rubber
- Lining: 65% polyester fibers, 35% polypropylene
- Removable Liner: 65% polyester fibers, 35% polypropylene
- Outsole: Rubber
- Height: 10"
- Weight (pair): 5 lb. 12 oz.
- Half sizes order down
- Made in China
- Visit our Winter Boot Guide
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by realbriguy from Toronto, Ontari on Monday, February 25, 2013These are INCREDIBLY WARM boots. Moreso than I'd anticipated. This is the first Pac boot I've ever owned, and the first winter-specific boot I've had since I was a child, and I must say, these are much warmer than I'd anticipated. This is good when you're out and about in deep cold weather, but not so great when you're out and doing regular day-to-day activities. On the upside, this boot breathes
Reviewed by Allen J from South Windsor, CT on Saturday, January 26, 2013It's real cold in the North East right now...below freezing with the wind chill. I just finished a three mile walk with my dogs through snow, ice and the wind. I was wraped up tight and still got cold...but not my feet...they stayed nice and warm! This is my second year with these boots and I still say..Thank god I bought these boots. These boots are expensive but with STP's discount I got them for around 200.00...Money very well spent! These boots can take a beating and will last a very long time.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by mountain man from CO on Saturday, January 12, 2013High Quality
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Boom from Cleveland, Ohio on Wednesday, October 10, 2012Both liners were advertised as Wool but they are not. They are Polyester with one having a bit of fur collar to it. I bought them based on the fact they were the only boot I have seen that had a wool felt liner rather than a synthetic. This turns out to be un-true, a disappointment and for me not nearly as warm as they should be. I may be able to find seperate wool liners to salvage the purchase but why should I have to when i have already spent $350. on a pair of boots.
- Best Uses: Casual Wear
- Cons: Liners Advertised As Wool
- Describe Yourself: Work
- Pros: Comfortable, Stylish
- Sizing: Feels half size too small
- Width: Feels true to width
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jake_Meister from Miami, FL on Tuesday, July 31, 2012These are my new apres-ski boots. Best so far...
- Best Uses: Cold Weather, Wet Weather
- Cons: Heavy
- Describe Yourself: High-end shopper, Stylish
- Pros: Breathes Well, Comfortable, Durable, Good Cushioning, Stable, Stylish, Warm
- Sizing: Feels true to size
- Width: Feels true to width
Question & Answer
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“Do these run big? I can't seem to find a consistent answer. I wear a U.S. 10.5 and I'm concerned an 11 will be too big.”
“I have the Sorel boots but nned to purchase some new internal linings. Do you sell these seperatley? If so how much?||Thanks|Grant (Sydney Australia)”
Unfortunately we do not sale extra linings . Sorry for the inconvenience.
“Are the liners in these boots fur lined (as shown in the picture) or shearling lined (as described in the text descriptor)?”
The liners in the Sorel Caribou Reserve LTD -40Â°F Winter Pac Boots are made from 65% polyester fibers, 35% polypropylene
“Did you provide an extra liner for the boot (without the shearling? How do you switch them if necessary?”