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Sorel's cold weather footwear is ideal for those participating in active winter sports like snowmobiling or sledding, or for activities where maximum protection is required -- like all-season hunting or fishing, or simply going to work.
DECENT FEATURES of the Sorel Women's Tivoli Boot Waterproof shell and waterproof upper membrane 100g Thinsulate insulation Full length fleece lining Molded rubber outsole The SPECS Weight: 15.5 oz / 440 g Shaft Height: 6" / 15 cm
Love them, I get a lot of complements when I wear them on snowy days.Published 1 month ago by Rachel
I have a narrow foot. This is the first boot I don't walk out of. Comfortable and with a pair of wool socks very warm even in zero degree weather.Published 3 months ago by jan Haralson
Very cute but some-what small therefore they can be uncomfortable if wearing for long hours.Published 5 months ago by Cassandra Howell
these boots are amazing! fits as expected. Warm and the top rubber layer is waterproof, and any salt stains comes off with warm water. Read morePublished 13 months ago by ygs
Love these boots! I get complements every time I wear them. I love the hot pink laces and the fact that come with a spare black pair.Published 14 months ago by susan hannah
returned these for a knee high version of sorels, I needed something taller. seemed warm and cozy if you are looking for a shorter bootPublished 14 months ago by elizabethg
I love this boots, they are so pretty AND warm, i live in Boston and they being waterproof is super nice!!! since it snows and rains and it gets super cold in the winter. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Iliana Gato
I would absolutely recommend these boots to anyone who is outdoors in temperatures to -30.
The boots are warm, fit well, and the soles are completely nonslip on all icy/snowy... Read more
LOVE these boots. Ordered them a half size larger as many other reviewers had suggested. Fit great, Look Great, WARM!!Published 16 months ago by Cynthia Abbs