Customer Reviews Of:
Sorel Kingston Chukka Boots - Waterproof, Leather (For Men)

Closeouts. Not only do Sorel's Kingston chukka boots offer waterproof protection, durability and all-day comfort, but they look great paired with jeans, too!

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Danny from NJ on Sunday, April 9, 2017
    It's a well made.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kayaker from Maryland on Monday, October 27, 2014
    Really like the boots with the one glaring exception. They are not waterproof. They leak like a sieve from the seam along the toe.
  • Reviewed by Alex from Northeast PA on Wednesday, March 12, 2014
    I tried several lower rise boots and a few higher until I settled with these. The gusset on the tongue only comes up about half way - so waterproof?... well, We'll see. They actually feel so nice (once broken in) and look good enough that I decided to try not wearing them in the nasty weather. - Plus they're about as high as basketball sneakers - the snows been too deep for that.

    I wear a size 11 asics or brooks sneaker. A size 10 in these boots with half-way thick socks and the fit is great. I also have a normal foot - it's not wide or narrow and it has a medium arch - these work great, sorel will be my boot brand from here out until I can justify spending more time and money finding a really good pair of expensive boots.

    I'd give them a Solid B- C+ grade.
  • Reviewed by Yooper, eh? from Marquette MI on Sunday, February 9, 2014
    When first ordering these boots, I originally felt hesitant about their looks, specifically the plaid and canvans sections of the exterior. When I received mine, however, I realized that they look great with jeans, great with chinos, and were just an overall great buy. Pretty true to size. For those without cars, these type of boots are great for commuting and are comfortable for walking (with a fairly low break in period).
  • Reviewed by Anonymous from Minnesota on Tuesday, February 4, 2014
    Needs to be worn with some mid-calf socks, possibly even with wool socks because the boots rub the back of the heel.
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