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Sorel Woodbine Surplus Boots

Sorel Woodbine Surplus Boots

Deconstructed canvas boots

  • Six metal eyelets with lacing and a rounded toe
  • Embossed logo at side
  • Back heel pull tab and rubberized logo
  • Fully lined with a padded insole
  • Vulcanized rubber sole

Brand: Sorel

Material: Canvas

Origin: Imported

Sorel

Sorel takes its name from a Quebec town known for its steel production and shipbuilding efforts during World War II. It's a fitting moniker for a brand that calls its rugged boots and shoes "footwear for the fearless." Founded in 1962 by Canadian rubber manufacturer A. R. Kaufman, Sorel produces all-season, all-terrain, top-quality shoes and sneakers, tundra-ready snow boots, and high-fashion sandals - using materials such as waterproof leather, recycled felt, and plush shearling. From the Joan of Arctic - a knee-high, women's winter boot topped off with a faux fur snow cuff - to the unisex Caribou boot, Sorel's goods help you brave the elements in style. Originally based in Kitchener, Ontario, Sorel is now a subsidiary of Columbia Sportswear Company and operates out of Portland, Oregon.






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