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For shoes that can withstand extreme weather conditions, our men’s boots have been proven to keep you warm, dry, and cozy against snow, slush, rain, and cold. Made from high-quality materials like waterproof leather, suede, felt insulation, and vulcanized rubber, you’ll find styles to suit your needs. Whether you are tackling the great outdoors or traversing to the office, be assured that SOREL boots will protect you from the elements and look good doing it. Free shipping on all online orders with no minimum spend.
WHAT ARE THE BEST MEN'S SNOW BOOTS?
The harsh winter weather calls for insulated boots that can protect you from the elements. Our Men's Glacier™ XT Boot has a durable water and wind resistant PU coated synthetic textile upper and drawstring with barrel lock closure to keep out the cold. The rubber sole shell provides top-of-the-line traction to prevent slippage in heavy snow.
WHAT ARE THE BEST CASUAL WINTER BOOTS?
For a winter boot that you can wear casually to keep your feet warm in cooler climates, consider a sneaker boot style.
Our Men's Mac Hill™ Mid LTR Sneaker Boot is a hiker-sneaker hybrid that provides casual-cool comfort and quality traction to avoid slips.
ARE FELT BOOT LINERS WARM?
Yes, felt boot liners provide an extra layer of protection. Our signature boot liners are available in either Thermoplus or washable recycled felt, designed with a breathable, no-sweat technology that keeps body heat in, and freezing weather out.