Sorel CheyanneTM Lace Full Grain
8.5 D - Medium
When the work day is long, you need the comfort and support of the Sorel Cheyanne Lace Full Grain boot to get you through it. Built to perform like a classic farm work boot. Lace-up boot with waterproof full-grain leather upper. Seam-sealed waterproof construction keeps the rain and other elements out so your feet stay dry. 200g Thinsulate insulation for excellent protection against the cold. 2.5mm bonded felt frost plug. Removable EVA comfort footbed provides great cushion for your foot. Handcrafted waterproof vulcanized rubber shell for long-lasting wear. Rubber outsole with herringbone traction design. Sorel rating: -25°F. Measurements: ; Heel Height: 3 4 in ; Weight: 1 lb 12 oz ; Circumference: 13 in ; Shaft: 8 in ; Product measurements were taken using size 12, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Overall Product Rating
AT W - Review from Zappos
I also have had these boots over a year (moderate use) and the rubber does crack severely on the creases on top. Once the cracks are there the shoes are worthless in any puddles.
Anonymous - Review from Zappos
Boots look great and long lasting, but run small. My husband wears a 10.5 and it fit exactly without socks. Returning them for a size 11.
Dimitris S - Review from Zappos
This is a great boot overall. It was a little small, half a size.They are very warm and comfortable. The only problem is that the upper part of the boot rubs on your leg, and I end-up not using the last lace-holes.
Anonymous - Review from Zappos
I bought these boots because I spend a lot of time outdoors and needed new field boots to replace my old ones (also Sorels, but a different style). I stuck with Sorel due to my last experience as well as their reputation for making serious boots. I was happy with the boots when they arrived. They were comfortable (order one size up, especially if you have wide feet) and appeared to be well made. Understand that these are not winter snow boots - they are field boots, best for wet, mucky, slushy, off-pavement conditions. They are waterproof and comfortable in the woods or fields, and are great in late fall or during snow melt and mud season. In real snow, this style of boot falls short (other brands too)... They have no traction, especially on packed snow, and are not warm enough for standing on snow or ice for long periods of time. Where I live currently does not get that cold that often, so I thought this style would work well for me (not entirely, but that is not Sorel's fault). I do have issues with the quality of the boot, however. I purchased the boots in the middle of last winter and used them regularly through the rest of the season (a month or two). I would describe the use as moderate - nothing too aggressive, routine use in the woods, limited use on pavement. They still look almost new with no tread wear; however, one of the lacing grommets popped out on the first use this season. That is very sloppy quality control (I have owned a lot of boots of various types and quality levels and never had that happen). Yes, I can still lace them, but that is not an acceptable level of quality for what I expect, especially from Sorel. It makes me seriously doubt that these boots would last for any length of time. If you read reviews of other Sorel boots (especially the classic Caribou), you will see many complaints that the quality has plummeted since the sale to Columbia (and the manufacturing outsourcing to S.E. Asia). Zappos' customer service was absolutely superb and they dealt with the issue within a hour of my email (despite being technically out of warranty). I remain a huge fan of Zappos, but I cannot bring myself to trust Sorel at this time. I will be going with a different brand next, probably Baffin.
Miller M - Review from Zappos
This is a fantastic fall/winter boot. Virtually nothing is going to get through this boot. Featured in recent man's fashion magazine, this boot no longer appeals to just the outdoorsman or roughneck.
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