Sorel

Men's Caribou Waterproof Boots -40F/-40C

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Originally developed in 1972, the Sorel Caribou's purpose has always been to keep your feet insulated when shovelling the sidewalks after a frigid mid-winter snowfall. The Caribou features rugged waterproof seam-sealed construction, and heat capturing 9mm ThermoPlus™ recycled felt liner, which is fully removable. Sorel has certified the men's Caribou for use in temperatures as low as -40°C, ensuring the boot will keep your feet warm on commutes to the office, evening walks to the rink, and winter vacations to Banff.

  • 9mm ThermoPlus™ felt liner
  • Waterproof construction
  • Sorel Rated: -40°C
  • Sorel logo on upper

Leather Upper | Handcrafted Outsole

This Caribou boot features a fully waterproof upper constructed with Nubuck leather, which can be tightened with a lace-up closure. The felt inner liner has a heat capturing Snowcuff made from Sherpa pile to keep the deep snow out. The boot has a waterproof shell constructed from handcrafted vulcanized rubber. The rugged outsole also features a grippy aero-trac tread pattern.

  • Nubuck leather upper is waterproof, seam-sealed
  • Liner has sherpa pile along cuff
  • Vulcanized rubber shell is waterproof
  • 2.5 mm bonded felt frost plug midsole
  • Outsole made from vulcanized rubber
  • Sorel aero-trac tread

Specifications

Materials
  • [upper] Waterproof nubuck leather
  • [shell] Handcrafted waterproof vulcanized rubber
Sole
  • [midsole] 2.5 mm bonded felt frost plug
  • [outsole] Handcrafted waterproof vulcanized rubber with Sorel aero-trac tread
Insulation
  • [liner] Removable 9mm ThermoPlus™, washable recycled felt
  • [cuff] Sherpa pile
Temperature Rating
  • -40°C
Water Resistant
  • Waterproof, Seam sealed waterproof construction
Shaft Height
  • 23.5 cm | 9 1/4 in.
Heel Height
  • 2.9 cm | 1 1/6 in.
Platform Height
  • 1.8 cm | 5/7 in.
Closure
  • Lace
Removable Boot Liner
  • Yes
Claimed Weight
  • 964g
Recommended Use

  • Heavy Snowfall, Snowy Sidewalks, Casual Use at Alpine Resorts