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Sorel 1964 Premium T Cvs, Pluie et neige homme
|Prix :||EUR 77,97|
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- Dessus: Toile
- Doublure: Synthétique
- Matériau de semelle: Caoutchouc
- Hauteur de talons: 2 pouces
- Hauteur de la tige : 8 pouces
- Fermeture: Lacets
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Cette botte de neige Sorel pour homme est une botte élégante et chaleureuse, avec un aspect saisissant. La chaussure est équipée d'un arbre de modifier toile, avec une base en caoutchouc imperméables, et muni d'un laçage. Cette chaussure dispose d'un chausson amovible en feutre. La semelle extérieure en caoutchouc est équipé de profil qui offre une bonne adhérence sur les surfaces glissantes.
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1) This is a harsh weather boot. It's treated canvas and rubber, and it's waterproof. It's felt lined and it's very warm, even in very cold conditions. This is a boot suitable for use in places like Minnesota, Canada, and upstate New York...that is, places where you get a lot of snow, and where you need a boot that won't leak and will keep your feet warm. You can, of course, wear these in places it doesn't snow--the boot won't complain. But you may find that these boots are too warm to use as kicks on the streets of San Diego or Florida, even during a torrential downpour.
2) This boot isn't very stylish. Well, perhaps, it's stylish in an old jeans, flannel shirt, arctic cap and my boots sort of way. But you will want to change these out if you wear them to a formal office. You wouldn't want to wear these on a nice date. Etc. They are what they are: Function over style. And that's kind of chic in and of itself. But it's not chic in a "ooh...nice looking boots" way.
3) This model boot has been made for nearly half a century. So they are classic in a sense.
4) These boots were once made in Canada. Not any longer. Bowing to financial realities (like almost every mass market shoe maker), Sorel now has these made in China. The quality is still good, however.
5) Everyone who lives in a place where you get appreciable snow should own a pair of these. Your stylish boots are for when the snow has cleared and the skies are bright. These are the work boots when you need to clear the snow, or walk a mile to somewhere in bad weather. Think of these as the boots that save your stylish boots.
6) These run slightly long and wide (probably the equivalent of a EE or even EEEE for most shoes). They are intentionally sized this way to accommodate a thick sock. They are not svelte looking--think fashionable duck feet.
7) The lower part of these shoes is fairly stiff and heavy rubber--and will remain that way. These will never be the most comfortable shoes you own for simple walking.
8) This same design is available with a leather (rather than treated canvas) upper, here Sorel Men's 1964 Premium T Boot, for basically the same price. The leather doesn't make the boot any more attractive, and it makes the upper stiffer and less comfortable (at least until broken in, although arguably forever). I prefer the canvas. Everything else written here about these boots applies to both models.
9) The soles are ribbed and are fine for snow. They are OK, but not incredible, when walking on slick ice.
10) These shoes have very little arch support. The fit is very similar to a traditional sneaker like Converse high tops. If you need arch support, you will need to buy inserts.
11) Buy them. They will last for years.
It might be a while until I'm able to give them their proper due, as it's near 80 degrees outside. But, again, I'm impressed so far, and am anxious to try them out in the sloppy, bitter cold. Time will tell.
For those wondering about size -- I'm a mens 9 and ordered a 9 on here. It fits quite well with one pair of winter socks on. Also, keep in mind that they'll wear in and that the laces allow for breathing room.
Well, it's a double edged sword having such weather and waterproof boots: on one side, you're getting the benefit of keeping moisture out and on the other, they're so solidly good at keeping moisture out, that your body's sweat has nowhere to go. I tested these out in upper 20s and 30s, and they work really well. and I have yet to have a puddle or spilled water seep into the shoe; however, as I use these as work boots, my feet sweat. After several hours of being outside, it becomes noticeable. I will definitely not say that this is a complaint nor does it detract from the boot. I can definitely say that these are some of the better winter boots I have. Even with sweat in the boot, they're still keeping my feet relatively warm. In addition, I DID order another pair of these in a half size smaller in hopes that they will fit a bit more snug and thus I'll have less of an air pocket in the toe area.
I definitely recommend for active people that will be in and around the 30s and 40s.