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    68 Reviews


    Slay winter's worst weather in the Conquest Boot.

    Deep-snow pursuits demand the inferno of warmth within the waterproof Sorel Men's Conquest Boot. Slip your feet inside this fortress for your next winter snowshoeing trip, and you'll be blown away by the light weight, indestructible build, and supportive Achilles strap, not to mention the 400g Thinsulate insulation standing guard between your dogs and the bitter cold outside. Go ahead and plow through the deepest drift at full speed—the Conquest's grippy lugged outsole keeps you as surefooted as a mountain goat while the integrated calf gaiter draws tight to lock out snow.
    • Item #SRL0036

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    waterproof leather, rubber
    400g Thinsulate
    speed lace, lace
    Claimed Weight
    [single] 1 lb 1.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Do Not Buy these boots

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10.5

    Sorel Conquest Boot Front toe box torn/cracked in half. I've had these boots for a few years now and I take good care of them.... I even keep them in the original box to keep dirt away. Only a one year warranty for Sorel Boots. For the Money it's not worth it. The upper and Soles are in perfect condition. However, where the leather and rubber meet is where the toe fell/cracked from end to end.

    Do Not Buy these boots

    Warm, Superior, Light Traction

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: Runs large

    Gave this is as a gift and here is the feedback: "Do you need a warm snow boot that delivers awesome traction? Well you are looking at the right one. Thinsulate inner keeps your feet warm in the coldest harsh conditions. They give you confidence to truck through any wintery mix when walking about. They run on the larger size so I would get the next size down.

    Very Masculine Boots!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10.5

    I love the boots! I'm so glad I decided to purchase them. Pair them with some wool socks and you're read to take on the roughest of winters! The best thing is, when you wear them with wool socks, your feet aren't going to be sweating when you move from the snowy outdoors into a 70 degree building. The only reason why I didn't give them 4 stars is because there tends to be some slipping as you wear them, The heel lock helps out with that, but it's still not 100% comfortable. But they will be great for snowshoeing and off-roading in my jeep. Wearing these boots had me secretly wishing I was a logger.

    Love These Boots

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 11.0

    I bought these boots mainly for casual wear around town, but I tried them snowshoeing and have used them now on multiple snowshoe treks and on trips as big as 17 miles in a day. I have never really had any discomfort, aside from the typical that you'd assume on a 17 mile day in snowshoes. The insulation on these boots are amazing. I have never doubled up on socks and have started hikes in them with a real feel temperature as low as -10 at the trail head and never had issues of being cold. The rubber on these are great for casual wear, as well as on the trails when the snowshoes are off. The heel and toes are a hard rubber so if you have snowshoes, crampons, or micro spikes on, your feet aren't getting squeezed. I bought a size 11 and typically wear 11 in most shoe/ boot brands, so I would say they are pretty true to size.

    I would highly recommend these boots for any cold weather walks around town or adventures into the woods!

    If you have any questions on them or any other gear, feel free to reach to me directly and we can chat.

    Love These Boots

    Great boots so far!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10.0

    Got these on a great deal from (you guys rock, as usual!!) and they arrived just before our huge nor'easter so I got a few good snow days in them.
    Fit: I'm an honest 10.0 in every pair of shoes I've ever owned & these fit perfect for me in a 10.0 - note though that I prefer an over insulated boot & wear only lightweight gym socks & let the boot do the keep warm work. If I was to wear a pair of my heavier SmartWools they would probably be a bit snug & I would order a 10.5.
    They keep my feet warm all day outdoors (commercial construction superintendent) on road, concrete, steel and in & out of office trailer surfaces. Completely waterproof & no moisture buildup inside, socks always dry when I take them off. A great replacement for the TNF Baltoro 400 that I previously owned, performance wise about the same boot in my opinion.
    I will agree with a couple of the other reviews that the top 3 eyelets should be hooks & that is why only 4 stars. Lacing tightly is a bit of a chore & I will be taking them to a cobbler to have the eyelets changed out for hooks - for the $ and from such a top end name I cannot understand why Sorel missed this but oh well, an easy fix.
    Bottom line - if TNF Baltoro 400's were still available I would have bought them again but these seem like a great alternative. FWIW my other choice was the Keen Summit County III's but I grabbed these because of the sale price & availability (Keen's out of stock everywhere when I needed to order.)
    2 Thumbs up here!

    Solid Boot

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I have a pair of these I use for snowmobiling and other winter activities. They have held up well over the last 4 years, (snowmobiles tend to be brutal on boots). These boots are pretty heavy for how small they are, but I guess that's a good thing. I convinced my dad to give them a shot and he likes them. If you're looking for a solid do it all winter boot this is a goo choice.

    Seem wall made and warm, has some flaws

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10

    So these boots look great. I think they would be warm and the soles look awesome for traction. However the top lace eyelets do not allow you tighten the boots and hook grommets would be better. I imagine they would

    Keeps me warm, and then some

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 9.5

    Great boot, keeps my feet warm even through sub-zero days on Utah's high altitude reservoirs. I haven't noticed any appreciable difference made by the achilles strap, though, and the gaiter tends to ride the sock down, but all in all I'd say worth the investment for those coldest of days.

    Nice Boot - Runs Small

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: Runs small

    I gave this to my dad since he was in need of some great boots with top notch insulation. He is a size 11.5 and has been for 30 years. I gave him 11.5's and he said they were closer to an 11 hard to put his foot in the boot.

    He was wearing normal socks, not thick wool socks when trying on the footwear.

    He said he would have loved to have kept them if they fit properly.

    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead

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    Great all-purpose cold weather boot

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large

    I'm on my 2nd pair of Conquests now, the first lasted me 8 years and I only replaced them when my heel wore a small hole in the insulation. They're still warm, I wore them in -40 wind chill getting diesels started at my job as a mechanic at an airport and had no problem with cold leaking in through the bare spot. But, I also had a nice warm shop to go into if they did let my feet get cold. I just don't trust them to keep me warm when out on the trails.

    I worked as a skilift mechanic the first year I got them, and they were very comfortable for my long shifts on the mountain. I've hiked, shoveled, snowshoed, and worn them almost every day in the winter, and liked them enough to buy a second pair. To all the people who mentioned the difficulty of tightening the laces, it will get easier! They're not the kind of boot you can just tug on the laces and go, you really have to loosen them all up and tighten each course separately. Once the leather softens up a bit they won't untie on you. I took my new pair to a cobbler soon after buying them, and had hooks installed in place of the upper 3 barrel-style eyelets. I think it ran about $50, yeah, it's something that should have been done at the factory but if these last me 8 years it comes out to $6/year. Anyway, I get the bottom 5 D-rings the way I want them, tie a nice tight friction knot to lock the ankle in place, then lace the hooks to keep the shaft from sliding on my shins.

    This winter I'm getting myself a more technical pair of boots for the majority of my snowshoeing because the Conquests don't really have the best support, but these will still see plenty of use. I think they're by far the best boot for the money.

    Great all-purpose cold weather boot

    Good boot

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large

    I bought this boot for work. I make snow for a so resort. Being a snow maker I need a warm, comfortable boot that is durable, water proof, and has good tred for hiking on the snow. This boot lives up to most of those requirements. For being only 400 gram I solarium they are very warm, I've used them in -20F and stayed considerably warm the the temps. I've soak them regularly and so far they've stayed water proof. My only real complaint is durability. The sinch string on the hater of the boot broke in the first month, and now after being warn almost every day for the past 5 months the sole is starting to seperate besides that everything has held together.

    Very comfortable boot. change one thing

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I've used these boots for only 3 months now so some reviews I have read about Sole Separation, I cannot comment on.

    Shoe Lace Eyelets: It's very tough to get these boots tight down lower on the top of your foot. You pull at the laces and the laces only tighten at the top 3 grommets, the laces do not tighten at lower Loop and Hook grommets. If you try to grab the laces lower and work your way up, they slip and loosen as you get to the upper eyelets. What this boot needs is to replace the Upper 'speed' eyelets with hook style eyelets. It would make taking them off easier too.

    definitely a work boot

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I have had these boots now for over a month. I have used them on some extensive outdoor activities that have required me to hike and sit in the snow for extended periods of time. First off - the boot has awesome traction and support for what it is. The laces are tough to get tight, but as mentioned in another review - these take breaking in. I am hoping that is the case with mine and that they get easier to tighten up. If I hike and warm up my feet before I sit in the cold they do a great job and retain the heat well. If I don't get them warmed up they do not generate heat like some other of the Sorel boots do. Overall I really like these boots. My right boot out of the box has had a loud click in it when I walk in it which could be a build quality issue - but when I am in snow I don't hear it so I am okay with it. I look forward to using these boots more and more. I am a 10 - 10.5 in a Nike and had to exchange my 10's for an 11 so I could use larger socks with it.

    Excellent Boot But Order 1/2 Size Larger

      This is a terrific boot! The soles have outstanding grip for climbing. They were very warm and comfortable right from the start. I did not need to break them in. However, I did need to return mine for a half size larger as my toe hit the front end in each boot. I always wear a 9 to 9 1/2. I ordered a 9 1/2 and had to return my boots for a 10. Now they are perfect.

      I highly recommend this product.

      Good boot

        I have used these, and I also use the Sorel Caribou. I prefer these for most activities. Snow shoeing, hiking, street wear, I do prefer my Caribou's on a snowmobile though. Calf gaiter is a huge + and these will keep you dry and warm. They are true to size.

        Killer Boots Man

          These boots are great. Got them a little late in the season to really put them to use but when I have used them they have been awesome. Very warm and comfortable. I especially like the built in snow gator. The achilles strap does a good job of preventing hill slippage as is the case with so many snow boots I have owned. You can really move around comfortably in these. I anticipate them lasting me many snowy winters.

          Awesome Boots!

            I have been wearing these boots HARD for the past 7 years! I first received them as a gift from my sister because I needed some warm boots for my demanding, most extreme cold winter job of snowmaking in the northeast. I have worn these boots in some of the most extreme wind chills (-90) and walked in puddles made by snow-guns at 0 degrees and these boots always kept my feet warm and dry! Unfortunately ,now, after all these years I am in need of a new pair. The insulation is finally matted enough so that my feet get cold . I do want to mention how they are still waterproof and the tread and soles are still perfectly in tact (considering the extreme abuse). I have used these every winter as my only pair of boots for, beyond snowmaking, everything from shoveling to snowmobiling . I can still use them for light duty like snow shoveling or anything that won't take more than an hour or so. I wasn't surprised to see that they have not changed the style of this boot in any way since the ones I received 7 years ago. This surely is a testament to the quality and longevity of these boots. I intend to buy 2 pairs of these this time in different colors.

            Update. I have just read some of the other reviews and noticed some people gave these a bad review because of the lacing being difficult and the achilles strap being useless. I just have to add that these are made of some high quality material and it DOES have a significant break in period. I remember having a hard time with the laces when I first got them. As for the strap, I think the placement is perfect to help with that break in period. It may not tighten enough to feel a difference but I do feel that it helped a lot with creating a crease in just the right spot when walking downhill (which I did a lot of).

            Good boots, a couple of issues

            • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

            I have been using these boots since November of this year for work, which is at a winter tubing hill, keeping me on my feet in the snow all day. I loved them at first: very waterproof, warm, comfortable and supportive. As time and use has worn on them, the toes especially have broken down a bit. The seam is breaking between the leather and the rubber on both boots. The toes are less stiff than they used to be, making them fold and pinch my toes on almost every step. These are the reasons I am taking them back, and they've only recently risen after two months of 45 hours a week of use. If you plan to use them on weekends for winter hiking and such, they are great boots for the price.

            Do i have to pay for return item if dosent...

            Do i have to pay for return item if dosent fit me ?

            Unanswered Question

            Does the Sorel Conquest have a removable...

            Does the Sorel Conquest have a removable liner for ease of drying?

            Similar question was asked below, but has not been answered.

            Is this a good choice for extra wide foot...

            Is this a good choice for extra wide foot (EEEE)?
            If not, what would you recommend?

            How do Conquest boots compare to Caribou...

            How do Conquest boots compare to Caribou boots

            Caribou's are bigger overall. Caribou is an amazing boot for deep snow and cold days. The conquest is a great cold work boot. It is super fit and a snugger fit then the Caribou. Both will keep you warmer then you can dream about!

            I wear a size 10 womens in Sorel, so i was...

            I wear a size 10 womens in Sorel, so i was wondering if anyone knew what the conversion to mens would be, I've looked at the size charts on Sorel's web site and a womens 10 and mens 9 are the same measurements, but that just doesn't seem right to me since Sorel always runs a tad large and i have always been an 8 or 8.5 in other mens shoes. Also, does this boot fit true to size? I need some help...S'il vous plait?

            Just bought a pair of Sorel Conquest boots....

            Just bought a pair of Sorel Conquest boots. Do I need to put a waterproof ie. Sno-Seal, on them?

            Another question : do you know if Sorel...

            Another question : do you know if Sorel Conquest are compatible with some snowshoes ? and which one ?

            Are the Sorel Conquest Boots compatible...

            Are the Sorel Conquest Boots compatible with some backcountry skis and with what bindings ?

            what are the bucle for ? are they easy to...

            what are the bucle for ?
            are they easy to get into ?
            does the lacing take alot of time/effort ?

            up here in maine we hit 40 below,can my...

            up here in maine we hit 40 below,can my feet still stay warm,and for how long?

            Need to widths these boots come in before...

            Need to widths these boots come in before I order

            Unanswered Question

            I love the look of the boot, but I am...

            I love the look of the boot, but I am reluctant to buy because I don't see any widths indicated with the shoe size. Does the show come ia a ee or eee width.

            I wear a size 8 1/2 - 9; what's the...

            I wear a size 8 1/2 - 9; what's the appropriate size to order?

            Unanswered Question

            do I need to order a size smaller than I...

            do I need to order a size smaller than I regularly wear?I know with the Caribou, having the removable liners,I did a lot of walking and a size smaller kept them snug and comfortable at the end of the day. Thanks

            is this good with crampons? terry

            is this good with crampons? terry