While Sorel's iconic Conquest Boot inspired the Conquest Carly Boot, the tall Carly has a more sophisticated look that speaks directly to fashion-oriented women. A tall shaft allows you to conquer deep snow, insulation keeps your toes warm, and the waterproof rubber shell shrugs off chilling, slushy puddles. Go for the Conquest Carly Boot and you'll never go back to your ankle-high winter footwear.
- Full-grain leather upper offers durable protection from the elements, the leather breaks in comfortably, and the blended nylon provides a smooth feel inside
- Gusseted upper construction allows the tall upper to close securely and comfortably around your ankle and leg
- Rubber shell keeps your toes dry as you walk through slushy puddles and wet weather
- Insulation inside the rubber shell fends off the chill
- Tall shaft keeps snow out of your boots even if you're faced with deep snowbanks
- Item #SRL0173
- Q & A
Scenes from the snow!
A snowy winter day in Park City, detailed shot of the lacing and boot construction, and much like the tech specs call out, these are an excellent everyday winter style.
One year later...
A few people have reported damage to the heel of this boot. Mine are a year old and still look good- definitely worn, but no de-laminating or other damage.
Dread the 'Tread'
Par for the Course...the tread on these boots are more for looks, than any traction...I didn't buy these expecting them to be heavy duty, but this is ridiculous!
(please excuse the little bit of mud on them, just went for a walk to see the fall leaves in the park...see the other photo to see the results of that dreadful feat!).
After only WALKING in the park!
Pitiful...so disappointed in this boot, & in Sorel! What good is killer looks, if the product can't perform?!
As for me, never again will I purchase Sorel; I have 2 pairs, and the same thing has happened to both...with only light use (no hiking, mtn. climbing, spelunking, etc.!).
Great for Indoors...
These were a gift...otherwise...
Another design 'miss' is that they are rather short; would look much better if they hit closer to the knee (I'm 5'6"), they're too short, which tends to make the leg look 'chunkier'.
*Self-portrait on yet ANOTHER rainy day, time to build a ark? No, just another Great Lakes area summer, seems to be more like the Northwest anymore, only not so beautiful!
Would wear these outside, but they might really come undone!
(stick with *'Army' boots...Luv 'Army' boots...so much for trying to go 'girly'!)
...rather be cycling (or hiking) anyway!
Back in Black/Green version
In my favorite T.R. jeans...
Funky Fashion Fun...
But don't think you're going to go hiking/hunting/or any other rugged outdoor activities in them!
Cute...Period...as in THAT'S ALL!
Funky and fun, but that's it!
These boots are junk, completely breaking down after a day on a dirt and gravel trail.
Did any one find these to be incredibly...
Did any one find these to be incredibly slick indoors? I almost fell like 5 times the other day. Granted it was snowing out so they were wet.
Check these out, they are amazing:
Thanks Wayne, but they actually do fine out in the snow. It's INDOORS that I feel like I'm on an ice rink.