Sorel Caribou Shale / Stone NL1005-051 (Women's)
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Sorel Caribou Shale / Stone NL1005-051 (Women's)

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Sorel Caribou Shale / Stone NL1005-051 (Women's)
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The original Sorel Caribou™ boot is often imitated, yet never equaled. This classic women's boot features timeless styling with waterproof, seam-sealed construction and a nubuck leather upper. Other details of the Sorel Caribou™ outdoor boot include a removable, replaceable ThermoPlus® InnerBoot with a wool/acrylic snow cuff. The hand-crafted waterproof vulcanized rubber shell with a Sorel AeroTrac™ outsole provides protection, durability, and reliable traction.

  • 2.5mm bonded felt frost plug
  • Frost Plugs
  • Hand-crafted waterproof vulcanized rubber shell
  • Rated to -40 F/-40 C
  • Removable wool felt liner
  • Seam-sealed construction
  • Sorel AeroTrac™ outsole
  • ThermoPlus® InnerBoot Technology
  • Waterproof nubuck leather upper
  • Weight: 2 lbs, 1 oz
  • Wool/acrylic snow cuff

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Sorel Caribou Shale / Stone NL1005-051 (Women's)
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Sorel Caribou Shale / Stone NL1005-051 (Women's)
Nice looking BIG boot
I love the colors, the fit and the warmth when trying the boot on. If I were going to be outdoors a lot, Im sure this boot would be a keeper.
Founded in 1962 on the frozen plains of Canada, SOREL brings its functionality and heritage of expert craftsmanship to the modern world of fashion, where it is inspiring a new generation of doers, builders, and creators. And though SOREL makes more than just boots, there’s a boot in everything SOREL makes. From light and airy sandals to full-coverage snow boots, SOREL combines felt, wool, premium leather, and flawless construction with people who aren’t afraid to get their boots dirty.