Sorel 1964 Premium T Boot - Men's

Sorel 1964 Premium T Boot - Men's
Sorel 1964 Premium T Boot - Men's
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1964 Premium T Boot - Men's by Sorel
The Sorel Men's 1964 Premium T Boot has an iconic style with modern updates to fend your foot from winter's weather. Full-grain leather, vulcanized rubber, and fully taped seams equip this boot with waterproof protection. Recycled felt gives insulation to the lining and cushy comfort to the midsole. The handcrafted rubber sole has a herringbone pattern to help grip icy sidewalks.

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SKU: SRL002M
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