Fashion-forward Winter Feet
Farmers Almanac says this winter we can expect “clime and punishment,” a season of unusually cold and stormy weather. For some parts of the country, that means a frigid climate; while for others, it will mean lots of rain and snow. Thank goodness for the Sorel 1964 Premium T.
Sorel knows how to keep your toes-sies dry and toasty. These aren’t your childhood galoshes. Originally designers of boots for explorers craving to comfortably and boldly go into the great cold unknown, SOREL has been creating footwear for the fearless since 1962. Leveraging that experience, they now create footwear that is fashionably bold, unapologetically daring and beautifully brave. Luxurious materials and flawless construction are crafted into designs that challenge, invigorate and surprise.
This season, the legendary 1964 Pac boot lives on in rich full grain leather. But don’t be fooled by its handsome looks—it’s just as rugged and durable as the classic utility boot it was inspired by. Seam-sealed, completely waterproof, and incredibly warm, the full-grain leather upper and handcrafted rubber shell are lined with a 9mm recycled felt InnerBoot for a temperature rating down to -40° below zero. Should the need arise, the InnerBoot can be easily removed and washed to keep boots feeling (and smelling) like new. And where the rubber meets the black ice and snow-covered road, a low-profile herringbone outsole provides plenty of grip when the going gets slick.
For those looking for something a little more rugged, there is the Chippewa Logger, by Chippewa Boots. Developed for the Lumberjacks of the great upper Midwest back in 1901, these styles are not only worn by the logging industry but by men that perceive this silhouette to be the ultimate in a rugged outdoor wear.
Available at Dave’s New York from $119-$179
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