Sorel Boots is a company that has long been praised for the comfort and quality of the footwear they produce. This company was founded in Canada in the 1960s, and their footwear has gained widespread popularity over the years for their ability to combine excellent boot craftsmanship with fashion. They use the highest quality components to make boots that are designed to last. Here are some examples of the quality men’s boots offered by Sorel this year and available at Dave’s New York. Continue reading
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Have you ever wondered about the origins and history of the duck boot? Duck boots were originally very utilitarian, but now are a must-have in autumn and winter fashion. Where did the boots come from though? Let's look back to when duck boots first had their start.
Unsurprisingly, the duck boot got its start with duck hunting in the swampy marshes on the east coast. Ducks love the warm, shallow waters of marshes where they eat, play, and lay their eggs. Continue reading
Do you have the right pair of boots to keep your feet warm and dry this winter? Understanding the rating system for boot insulation is easy once it’s explained, and it will help you to pick the pair of boots with the right amount of insulation for working outdoors or your intended use. The insulation of your footwear can be a determining factor in avoiding cold or sweaty feet that will leave you longing for indoor shelter. Read on to learn which insulation level makes sense for your expected activity level and weather conditions. Continue reading
Winter boots are one of those favorite fashion necessities, especially since combat boots and more utilitarian-inspired boots have come back into style in full force for both men and women. One of today’s more popular and sought-after manufacturers of warm wintery footwear brands, known for beautiful styling and durable construction, is Sorel Boots. Sorels were first introduced to the market in 1962 by Kitchener, Ontario’s based Kaufman Footwear. With a reputation for high quality and warmth, the Sorel winter boot quickly became one of their best selling cold weathered boots.
For many people, bringing out or buying winter boots in the fall can herald lots of snowy fun to come. However, it's less fun to deal with inevitable and unsightly white stains on all those suede and leather boots while walking through all the rock salt on the sidewalks. Luckily, Dave's New York has the perfect advice for anyone trying to prevent or fix these stains. Read on to find out how! Continue reading
Few clothing items are as intricately connected to wintertime as boots. Whether they are simply fashion boots or hard-working snow boots, they are designed to keep feet cozy and dry despite the wet weather. While there is certainly no shortage of boots available on the market, there are definitely some footwear that outperforms the competition when it comes to warmth, insulation and boot weight. Here are some tips on finding the best snow boots for men in NYC this winter.
Not just serving as functional footwear, Sorel boots for women also look great while commuting to work, running errands, or other places you’re trying to cope with winter snow and cold temperatures. Combining felt, wool and premium leather with the flawless construction Sorel is known for, whether pairing with snow gear for a hike, or denim on a day out, Sorel has a boot perfect for both you and the winter season.
One of Sorel’s most popular styles, the Sorel Caribou Boot is seam sealed and made with waterproof construction, composed of a waterproof Nubuck Leather upper and a handcrafted waterproof vulcanized rubber shell. With a warm removable ThermoPlus felt inner boot lining it’s also Sorel Temperature Rated of up to -40 degrees. For traction whether hiking or in other wet, slick or slippery conditions, this Sorel boot also has Sorel AeroTrac non-loading outsole.
For a classically styled winter boot the Sorel 1964 Premium CVS in black is a great option. Seam sealed with waterproof construction, you’ll be able to easily navigate your way through winter conditions such as snow and ice or even rain on cooler spring days and evenings as well. With a waterproof waxed canvas upper and a waterproof vulcanized rubber shell, not only will these boots keep you dry, but also warm. The Sorel boot boasts a removable 9mm washable recycled felt inner boot which helps it earn a Sorel Temperature Rating of -40 degrees.
Another waterproof option, with even more unique characteristics is the Sorel Tofino Cate Winter Boot. A waterproof leather shell combines with a waxed canvas upper as well as leather overlays to help you stay both warm and dry while enduring both frigid temperatures and/or wet conditions. A faux fur lining helps to maintain warmth, and the faux fur continues to the edge, peeking out to trim the top of the boot for even more visual appeal. The quilted waxed canvas upper gives these Sorel boots a rich look and feel and because of the taller height, this is a great option to pair not just with snow gear, but your skinny jeans or leggings as well.
Don’t let moisture and cold weather stand in the way of warm feet during the remainder of winter and into spring. Sorel has so many women’s boot options that are both stylish and practical, allowing you to go for a winter hike, or stay chic looking while commuting to work or running errands.
Sorel boots are certain to help you step through winter by combining the properties of felt, wool and premium leather and pairing them with flawless construction. Whether working, commuting, hunting or shoveling snow, Sorel is certain to have a boot to keep your feet both warm and dry this winter. Just as would be expected, Dave’s New York has a great selection, including the three pair shown below.
These original Sorel Caribou boots are often imitated, but never equaled. For all-purpose winter work and play you are certain to appreciate the seam-sealed, waterproof construction. The Sorel boot is constructed with a waterproof Nubuck Leather upper and a handcrafted waterproof vulcanized rubber shell. When the temperatures start to rise, the 9mm ThermoPlus felt InnerBoot is both removable and washable. The Sorel AeroTrac non-loading outsole provides excellent traction on both snow and ice.
Another classically styled boot option are these Sorel 1964 Premium T Boots. Great for all winter conditions, including water, snow and ice, they are seam sealed and completely waterproof. A waterproof full grain leather upper molds with a waterproof vulcanized rubber shell. The 9” height provides great protection from the elements and the Sorel boots are even equipped with a removable 9mm washable and recycled felt inner boot lining. These are Sorel rated for temperatures all the way down to -40 degrees so regardless of your outdoor activity, your feet are certain to remain comfortable, dry and warm.
The Sorel 1964 Premium T CVS boots are a classic. The waterproof boots have a removable liner and superior Sorel craftsmanship wearers have come to expect. The seam sealed waterproof constructed boots have a waterproof waxed canvas upper as well as a waterproof vulcanized rubber shell. The removable 9mm recycled felt inner boot is also washable and the 9” height provides greater coverage to help assure warmth. These are Sorel rated for temps all the way down to -40 degrees. Whether you will be trekking through water, snow or ice these Sorel winter boots are certain to make your adventuring tolerable despite the temperatures.
Cold temperatures don’t have to send you inside for the remainder of winter. As long as you are prepared for the cold, you can get to work or still have all the winter fun you want. Sorel boots provide the perfect option to keep you warm and dry with their waterproof winter boots, all of which have impeccable construction. You can easily find a pair to meet your needs at Dave’s New York.
For a durable boot solid enough for work but also general outdoor activities, look no further than Chippewa Boots. An American favorite since 1901, only the finest and most durable oiled leather is used, making their boots resistant from the wear and tear of everyday use. Chippewa uses only the highest quality outsoles, helping ensure their longevity. Their boots do not contain any plastic and are equipped with only the finest brass, steel and heavy-duty stay tied laces. Whether you’re looking for styles for the rugged outdoors, lodge field or are a street warrior, take a look at the Chippewa Boots available at Dave’s New York.
The Chippewa Apache lace-up boot has a 6” height to help protect ankles and comes in a classic lace up style. In a Chocolate Apache Leather, which is dark brown oil tanned, this unlined leather boot is made from welt construction and also has a 5-Iron Texon Insole. Handcrafted in America, this Chippewa Boot does not have a steel toe and is conveniently offered in two widths: D width (medium) or EE width (wide).
Another great lace up boot option is the Chippewa 20065. In Chocolate Apache Brown leather, it’s a 6” high, non-steel toe boot complete with Goodyear Leather Welt Construction. With a lightweight Fiberglass shank, and a Vibram Stockbridge Gum-Lite sole, these Chippewa Boots are sure to get you through your day, whether that involves outdoor work or play. The American made boot has antique brass hardware which creates a nice look and for comfort purposes comes with a removable cushion orthotic.
The Chippewa Street Warrior boot is an American made motorcycle boot. Known throughout the country for their motorcycle boots, this Chippewa boot is an 11” Black Engineer Boot and is equipped with a Texon insole. The steel toe boot has a safety rating of ASTM F2413-05 and with its black oil shade has a leather vamp lining. Just as you would expect, this boot is handcrafted in the USA and is available in either a D width (medium) or even an EE width (wide).
Although Chippewa Boots are best known for their motorcycle boots, their other outdoor boots are perfect for the work you need to get done during your busy day. The selection available at Dave’s New York offers everything you may need in an outdoor boot whether you’re riding your motorcycle or clearing away brush or debris.