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Conquest

rated 1 of 5 stars Not real rubber, they use a thermoplastic material, which is not suitable to be stitched through. Witness the countless people experiencing catastrophic failure of a seam where leather upper meets bottom. This cannot even be cobbled for repair! Sorel used to make quality products. Buyer beware, these look like excellent, durable boots...they simply are not and the SOREL warranty is pitiful. After Sorel refused to send me a new pair, when I notified them the boot seam had separated, I tried to get… Full review

Conquest

rated 1.5 of 5 stars I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT! Better boots for the price out there. Hard rubber rand cracked in several areas on the right boot and seams came apart where leather meets rand. These boots are overpriced for the quality of construction materials etc. Full review

Conquest

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Destroyed three pairs. Loved these boots the second I saw them. Bought a pair of the tan ones, lasted one winter. By the end, the seam popped on the inside left boot where the leather meets rubber. Then the same seam popped at the heel on the right, my fault, didn't loosen enough. The liner kept my feet dry, but the insulation got wet, which made it colder. Bought a second pair in black. That pair made it three months and that same seam popped on both boots both sides where your foot flexes at the… Full review

Caribou

rated 1 of 5 stars Sorel is not what they used to be. Once a big corporation starts going "We can make things cheaper" what do you get? After three months they started to crack and split at the toe bend. After talking to other people these boots were not defective. This is a manufacturing flaw. So I broke out my old 20-year-old Sorels that were made by Sorel. Started looking at the Baffin Evolution for this winter Lots of positives, but if your liners are getting wet then so are your feet—not good at -20°. The… Full review

1964 Pac Boot

rated 4 of 5 stars A classic winter boot that offers unrivalled waterproofing, extreme warmth, and stylish comfort for the long Canadian winter. The Sorel 1964 Pac boot is a Canadian winter classic. I recently purchased these boots with the intention of using them on 'gentle' backcountry trips and to use during my day-to-day life. So far, I have been nothing but happy with them.  I purchased them for $100, which was the result of a large sale from their normal Canadian price of $180. These boots provide warmth through… Full review

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