Sorel Timberwolf Leather Winter Boots - Men's

Sorel Timberwolf Leather Winter Boots - Men's

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  • Waterproofed, polyurethane-backed leather uppers are seam sealed for protection against the elements
  • Molded thermoplastic urethane toe bumpers protect uppers and feet; molded heel ledges help keep snowshoe heel straps in place
  • 400g Thinsulate® polyester fiber insulation offers warmth and moisture management; boots have a comfort rating of -40°F
  • Polyester linings help wick moisture away from feet for enhanced comfort within the boots
  • Removable EVA footbeds and EVA midsoles cushion every step and offer additional thermal protection
  • Rubber outsoles with multidirectional lugs deliver dependable traction on wet or dry surfaces

Temperature ratings are approximate based on high activity levels and can be affected by many conditions, including weather, wearer's activity level, fitness, metabolism, perspiration, circulation, exposure time, clothing and cold sensitivity.

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Sorel Timberwolf Leather Winter Boots - Men's

Specification Description
Best use Multisport
Footwear height Over-the-ankle
Footwear height (in.) 7.75 inches
Footwear closure Lace-up
Waterproof Yes
Comfort range -40 degrees Fahrenheit
Upper Polyurethane-backed leather
Lining Polyester
Insulated Yes
Insulation Thinsulate polyester fibers
Midsole EVA
Support Nylon shank
Outsole Rubber
Average footwear weight (pair) 3 pounds
Gender Men's

Sorel Timberwolf Leather Winter Boots - Men's

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Rated 1out of5
by fromWORST PAIR EVER!!! WOW! Sorell has gone completely in the toilet! These are the most uncomfortable boots ever. First, they are WAY to narrow. I don't have wide feet, however I had to jump TWO sizes to make them work. I like a boot that has room because that means WARM. After giving them a good working in 2+ feet of snow, -20 degree temps, my upper ankles were killing me. I had to turn back. Now, I am not a noob with winter activities. I am born and bread in the north woods of Minnesota. I know gear, I know winter survival, I know freezing cold, and I know a piece of garbage when I wear it. Seriously don't waste your time. The engineers at Sorel need to be all sacked and made to go hike 20 miles in these [*]
Date published: 2010-12-23
Rated 2out of5
by fromWhat happened to Sorel? This boot is rated to -40F, yet my feet were cold at +25F using Smartwool socks. The tongue has a seam sewn in at the point where the ankle bends and the seam digs into that point on the ankle. The tongue design should have been one piece of material, but in the pursuit to save money Sorel (Columbia) saves material by adding a seam at a point where it isn't comfortable.
Date published: 2010-11-27
Rated 3out of5
by fromNice boot but... I bought these to have a pair of warm boots to wear casually in cold weather. I liked the quality feel of the boot, but unfortunately one of the ringlets popped off the 2nd time wearing them. REI was great about exchanging them for another boot.
Date published: 2013-01-30
Rated 4out of5
by fromGood Value I use these for cold weather day outings, whether that be hiking or going to an outdoor game. My feet get cold easily, due to poor choice of footwear as a child that felt me partially frostbiten, but these boots keep my toes as warm as I expected. Wool socks & these boots work well for me. I wear a 10.5 or 11 in casual shoes and the 10.5 fits me just fine.
Date published: 2013-01-02
Rated 4out of5
by fromWarm and tough I bought these at the main store in Denver after trying on several other pair, including the Keen Summit Counties that I was planning on buying. But, the price and fit of the Sorels won out. In using them at altitude and at temps around 0 degrees, these kept my feet warm...almost too warm, but I was hiking uphill and was not just standing around. I also used them at about 5,000 feet, in 35 degree weather and they were definitely too warm for that! They are a little stiff, but not terrible. For really cold weather, these are great.
Date published: 2013-01-07
Rated 4out of5
by fromStill making a determination So far, they are warm and dry (very important in winter), they are just stiff and need to be broken in, and that may take some time. They don't hurt my feet, but are not as comfortable as my warmer weather boots. I think once they are broken in they will be great winter boots.
Date published: 2013-01-23
Rated 4out of5
by fromFantastic Boot, Even Better Value. I have used these boots almost non-stop since I received them a few months ago. Since then they have taken me over 50 miles in multi-day backcountry hiking during the winter in both the Appalachians and Rockies. Temperatures have dipped below -20 multiple times and windchills at the summit of a 14er were well under -60. First of all, some of the bad reviews talk about warmth, size, and comfortability. As far as warmth goes, I was at a football game, standing in 20 degree weather and my toes were cold. If you are not walking and just standing or sitting your feet will get cold, especially if your body is cold. However, in -20 weather,while I was walking, my feet were dry and toasty. Warmth is not a problem here. This is the same for any high quality hiking boot. As far as size goes, I am 5'10" and 155 lbs and I have small, but wide feet. Usually I have to go up to a 9 or 9.5 so that the width will fit my feet. I got the boot in an 8.5 and it's perfect. When I first wore it with my liner and heavy weight sock it was tight, but after a use or two the leather loosened up and now it feels great. And last, as far as being comfortable, really?! I wear these things every day. I live in the Mtns of NC and we have snow on the ground almost every day. These things are comfy and good looking enough for me to wear to work and school. Yeah they are high, yes they are heavy, yes they are stiff (at first). It is a winter boot. It provides great support for heavy loads, but is comfy just walking around. However, if you want a boot, at this price, that can keep your feet warm, and still by a sneaker cut? Good luck... Now some things that could be better. If you are going to walk in deep snow you need gaiters. The tongue scoops up snow and that will melt and get your feet wet. If you have gaiters though they are awesome, there is even a small clasp at the bottom of the laces that allows you to secure your gaiters instead of hooking on the laces. Even with the gaiters, my feet get damp from sweat. I guess that is what you get when you want good waterproofness. This is not a problem if you keep dry socks and sleep with the shoe soles. Although the boots can be hard and frozen in the morning, my feet didnt have a hard time warming them up. They work great with snowshoes and crampons. The laces are actually very easy to lace and loosen and they come off and go on easily. I am very impressed.
Date published: 2011-01-20
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat boots, could use some improvements Great pair of boots. They are nicely styled, but I would like the uppers to be slightly shorter, and more flexible. Also, the toe box tends to be slightly narrow, especially with thicker wool socks. Given the lacing system, it is rather easy to loosen the laces at key pressure points. The lacing system is basically the same kind found on backpacking and mountaineering boots with hooks and eyelets. Because there isn't very much flex in the boot, I cannot feel the ground as well when walking on ice, and I tend to slip. Traction for the most part is good. Also, because the uppers are stiff, they can dig into the back of the calf when walking on even ground, or a downhill as well. Otherwise, these a great boots for just walking around town on a slushy, cold winter day. I find them very warm with a pair of mid-weight wool socks. I would like to see a Gore-Tex, or other breathable membrane in the boot, and full leather outer, but I can't have everything. I would recommend them to anyone looking for a good, casual boot.
Date published: 2010-12-14

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