Sorel 1964 Premium Leather Boot - Women's

Sorel 1964 Premium Leather Boot - Women's
Sorel 1964 Premium Leather Boot - Women's
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1964 Premium Leather Boot - Women's by Sorel
The Sorel 1964 Premium Leather boot offers an unbeatable blend of durability and wet weather protection. Seam-sealed with a waterproof membrane construction, these cold-weather boots can handle any rain, snow, or sleet that comes their way. A thick herringbone rubber sole insulates your feet from the cold wintry ground while ensuring you maintain traction on slippery city streets. No matter where you winter adventures take you, from downtown sidewalks to snowshoe treks, the classic Sorel 1964 is there to keep you warm and cozy. A microfleece liner surrounds your foot for soft comfort when temperatures drop, and the laced leather uppers ensure you maintain a bit of style in your winter wardrobe.

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SKU: SRL00F9
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