Clearance Women's Slimpack™ 1964 Boots
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SORELWomen's Slimpack™ 1964 Boots

Specs

Women's Slimpack™ 1964 Boots

Name Value
Best Use Casual
Rain
Care Gently Wipe with a Damp Clean Cloth; Air Dry
Heel Height 1 3/4"
Material Upper Leather
Material Lower Rubber
Style Lace-Up
Water Resistance Waterproof
Width Regular

Product Overview

A fashionable yet rugged marriage of waterproof textile and vulcanized rubber.

Sorel's Slimpack 1964 Boots take the high road with legendary craftsmanship in a fashion-forward design. With their totally waterproof construction and nonslip outsoles you'll go from stomping through the mud to selfies in the rain without missing a beat. Equally at home in the city, along a rocky shore or around the ranch, these boots will handle anything Mother Nature has in store.

Starting from the top, the Slimpack1964 Boots feature 7" tall waterproof textile uppers with a seam-sealed construction that ensures water doesn't intrude through the seams (typically weak points on lesser boots). The footbeds are super-soft molded EVA with arch supports and microfleece topcovers so a full day on your feet won't feel like it. Utilizing a canvas liner also gives these boots an air of breathability that you don't get with ordinary rubber rainboots. Underneath is an insulated, waterproof, vulcanized rubber shell with a herringbone outsole that adds grip on surfaces that slip. The Slimpack 1964 Boots are everything you need to keep the wet out and the warmth in. Imported.

Key Features

  • Waterproof textile upper
  • Seam-sealed waterproof construction
  • Canvas lining
  • Molded EVA footbed with arch support and microfleece topcover
  • Vulcanized rubber midsole
  • Insulated, waterproof, vulcanized rubber shell with herringbone outsole
  • Leather-wrapped heel
  • 7" shaft height (size 7)

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