Sorel Premium T CVS Boot

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Sorel Premium T CVS Boot
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Sorel Premium T CVS Boot - Men's: Excellent boot for keeping the wetness out and warmth in! The waxed canvas upper and warm liner makes this the perfect winter boot this season. 

Construction:

Seam-sealed waterproof construction

Waterproof waxed canvas upper

Removable 9mm washable recycled felt inner boot

Waterproof vulcanized rubber shell

Shaft Height: 9 in / 23 cm

Weight: 22 oz / 623 g

Sorel rated: -40° Fahrenheit / -40° Celsius

Imported

Fabric:

UPPER

Waxed canvas

LINING

Recycled felt

SHELL

Vulcanized rubber

Insulation:

  • 9mm recycled felt boot liners keep your feet warm down to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (-40 C) and are removable for easy cleaning and drying

Sizing:

  • Half sizes order up

Weather and Wind:

  • Rubber shells extend over your heels and toes to lock out rain, snow, and slush
  • Waterproof vulcanized rubber shell
  • Taped seams prevent water from finding a way to sneak in
  • Seam-sealed waterproof construction

Traction and Grip:

  • Herringbone lugs for stable traction
  • Rubber outsoles provide plenty of grip on slippery surfaces

Manufactured:

  • Made in China

Upper:

  • Waxed canvas upper

Features:

  • US shipments only
Backcountry.com
Get ready to party like its 1964 again. Sorel’s 1964 Premium T CVS Boots for men come with the classic style that your parents’ generation loved, but with all the updated weather technology that your generation expects.

Sierra Trading Post
When it's snowy and cold and the going gets slick, you'll be glad you invested in Sorel's 1964 Premium T CVS pac boots -- super warm, super waterproof and styled like vintage Sorel predecessors in waxed canvas and vulcanized rubber.

Zappos.com
Treat your feet! Pick up these old-school 1964 Premium™ boots by Sorel™.
Ready for all weather conditions, the '1964 Premium' features seam-sealed and waterproof material to keep your feet comfortably warm and dry.
with a handcrafted rubber shell lined with a 9mm recycled felt InnerBoot for a temperature rating down to -40° below zero.
Traditional lacing system ensures snug and secure fit.
Fully removable Innerboot can be taken off and washed to alleviate odor and ensure your feet smell fresh.
Non-slip herringbone outsole provide plenty of grip and traction in the slickest of surfaces.
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Heel Height:1⁄2 in
Shaft:8 1⁄2 in
Weight:1 lb 13 oz
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Sorel Premium T CVS Boot Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

First off, I picked this boots purely for looks and warmth. Seeing how I'm practically a 70 year old man, trapped in a 25 year old's body, I wanted something that had a classic look to it, much like the ones my father wore to shovel snow when I was young. I found these and thought there were prefect! I did read many comments saying that they tend run large, but I found this not to be true in my case. I typically wear a 10.5, so I ordered a 10, but found it was hard to get them on and off my feet without pulling out the liners and they were a little snug across the top of my foot. I placed another order for a 11 and 12, and found the 11 gave me plenty of room, even with heavy socks. I bought these boot primarily for the near arctic like Wisconsin winter, shoveling snow, walking outside, ice fishing, etc. I've found they are quite warm, but as mentioned in the title, do lack foot support, so I wouldn't suggest these if you're doing a lot of walking or going to be standing for extended periods. Other then that, they are great, have classic lines, and are super warm to boot (no pun intended)

Dave Wilson at Backcountry.com on 01/21/2013
Overall, I love these boots. They are super stylish, and have great treads. I'm excited to use them in the snow once winter rolls around. I have two additional comments: 1) These boots have separate liners that come out pretty easily. I find myself typically putting on the liners and then putting the boot on. When I'm taking them off, the liner comes out of the boot with my foot. Not a big deal to me, but some may find this annoying (especially if you're used to Uggs or a boot with an integrated liner). 2) Since they don't have half sizes, I ordered a size down based on what I read in other reviews (Normally a 10.5, ordered a 10). That worked out well. They are nice and snug, and not too loose. Whether I'm wearing wool socks or no socks at all and it's a really good fit.
KBall - customer at Zappos.com on 11/23/2011

Functional. I can drive my manual Xterra in these boots! Pac boots are hard to find that will still let me drive a manual, but these function perfectly.
Fit. I normally wear a size 11.5. I bought the 11. They fit well even with a pair of super-thick Smartwool socks. [For comparison, I wear (in other brands): Sidi 45.5; Vasque 11.5; Sperry 11.5].
Warm. These keep my feet warm, even down to 0 (while wearing lightweight wool socks).
Fashionable...ish. They look good. The problem, in my opinion, is that the felt liner goes all the way to the top of the boot. This means that you can't roll the tops down/let them splay out a bit, without the felt inner boot showing. You could fix this by trimming the felt boot, but that lessens the functionality of these boots. This is the ONLY reason I would give these 4 stars.

LastBoyScout at Backcountry.com on 02/09/2011

I wear a 10 in Nike, (27 mondo ski boot), I got these in 9 and they fit perfect. It was snug at first but the toasty removable felt liner breaks in and after it's just right, any smaller would be too small though in the length. It is very wide.
No arch support whatsoever, if you want to put an insole in, you might want to consider sizing up.
I wouldn't wear them to hike long distances since they are sloppy around the ankle and heel, and very bulky.
Warm (hot even), comfy, totally waterproof, and good for walking / standing around in deep snow.

TheEradicator at Backcountry.com on 01/27/2011

They may be a little cumbersome, but relative to other cold weather boots they seem lighter or more bearable on the knees. Furthermore, they have that 60's classic look with a touch of modern appeal, always a good combination and compliment. Waterproof within reason, though you don't want to wade in water or let water get in with the tongue and laces too much, but curbs filled with slushy water are their strong point. The rigid wool-like liner wicks away moisture to keep those feet toasty-warm and dry. Perfect city winter boots!

Kevin at Backcountry.com on 04/22/2013

Great winter boots that are very warm and totally waterproof. I use them for everything for shoveling snow to hiking around in very deep snow and I have never felt cold. They do run a bit large and they seem to have a slightly narrow toe box. I had to go with my normal size(again, they a bit large) to get a width that was truly comfortable. The downside is the heels are a bit loose, but I just clamp down the laces.

Jonathan Nielsen at Backcountry.com on 05/13/2011

picked up a pair of these as an alternative to the classic Caribou Sorel. They are sweet! Way lighter than the Caribou model and still waterproof and warm, allthough I feel at extreme cold the caribou is prob a tad warmer. Sweet style and super comfy. They run a touch large but not super huge. Only downside is they take a little time to get on and off, cant just step into them but its not a big deal at all.

David Wernet at Backcountry.com on 01/03/2013

This boots are rated for negative 40 degrees and I believe. I have worn them several times times on snowy days in Utah and my feet were toasty. The liner does a great job of wicking away sweat leaving your feet dry.
I gave this boot 4/5 of stars because it is a little difficult to take on and off.
I am normally a size 9.5 and I ordered the 9.5 and it fits great.
Once you go Sorel youll never go back...

Andrew Preece at Backcountry.com on 01/18/2014

the snow is already falling in utah and i'm glad i have these sorel's. they are perfect for shoveling snow, sloshing through parking lots and taking the dogs for walks through the snow. my only complaint is i should have bought a size smaller; i usually wear a 12 and could have gone w/ an 11. the liner is super warm and i often find myself shedding my socks and the waterproof and durability are fantastic.

Clint Gordon-Carroll at Backcountry.com on 12/01/2010

These boots just arrived. These have a nice retro look with less bulk than many pac boots, but are still plenty warm. They are sized big. I usually wear a 10.5, but got these in a 10 and still have plenty of room for thick socks or a thin footbed. I plan to wear these before and after skiing, sledding with the kids, and shoveling snow in Northern Utah.

big4233629 at Backcountry.com on 12/01/2010

Neutral Reviews:

Great looking boots, the canvas and coloring works very well, but it fits very wide at the ankle. The length to toes was about right, but I never was able to get it to feel secure around the ankle, and the overall feeling was bulky. Ordered a pair of the Kitchner Frost boots which are a snugger fit at the ankle, though perhaps not as snazzy looking.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 01/05/2012