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Sorel Conquest Carly II Boot - Women's

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    Winter doesn't stand a chance.

    Conquer snowbanks and slushy puddles in the Sorel Women's Conquest Carly II Boot. Equal parts rugged and sophisticated, this winter boot is designed for the fashion-oriented woman. The waterproof leather, suede, and canvas upper construction creates a dynamic, stylish look. A tall shaft with full-lace closure provides a customized fit that laughs in the face of deep snow. Insulation helps keep your toes warm, while waterproof rubber guards against moisture for a dry and warm fit that lasts all day.

    • A tall winter boot with stylish appeal
    • Waterproof upper materials protect against rain and snow
    • Insulation helps fend off chill
    • Rubber sole for increased traction in winter conditions
    • Item #SRL005F

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    full-grain leather, suede, canvas
    Insulation
    100g
    Lining
    jersey
    Closure
    lace, bungee
    Footbed
    molded EVA with arch support
    Midsole
    vulcanized rubber
    Sole
    vulanized rubber, insulated
    Shaft Height
    13 in
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 9 oz
    Recommended Use
    casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Fit Small

    • Fit: Runs small

    I bought these for my girlfriend, who says:
    I own several pairs of Sorel boots. Usually, I have to size down, or wear shoes that are true to size with thicker socks. These boots run small. I would suggest sizing up an entire size for a correct fit. Once you've got the right size, they are cute and fit well!

    Cute Boot

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 8

    I got these boots after my other pair of sorrels started feeling TOO hot.

    I live in Salt Lake City and they are great around town boots. I don't wear them if I know I'm going to be outside in freezing winter for an extended period of time. My toes would get cold if I did. These boots are amazing for shorter trudges through the snow. Trips to the grocery store while its raining. Or if you happen to walk through a snow storm and end up at a bar. They are not as toasty hot as other Sorrels. It makes them a very practical choice for longer car rides, where you will eventually end up outside walking, but don't want to have sweaty feet before you get there.

    I was deciding between a 7.5 and 8. I went with size 8 and I'm glad I did. They are a fairly narrow boot. If you are planning on wearing very thick socks with them I would order at least a half size bigger then you usually do.

    Sorely boots

      I have wanted these boots for a long time! So I saw they were on sale and jumped at the opportunity even with some of the reviews. These are not lined and as long as you know that going in, I feel that you have the right expectation. I have only worn them on a couple of 30 degree rainy days in the Dakotas, and had thick wool socks on. My feet stayed warm and dry. They do need break in time! One is very comfortable by on my door that is slightly larger, there is a spot that needs softening. Overall, I really like the boot because it's functional and fashionable!

      Disappointing

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

      Really cute, but that's about all they have going for them.

      They are very difficult to get on and off and there was a lot of painful rubbing around the ankle during the two weeks they took to break in. Neither of these are deal breakers for me because good boots can take a while to break in and are worth it in the end.

      These are advertised for cold weather and wet conditions which is mighty misleading. They held up fine last winter because it was dry and warm. This winter their true colors showed through and they weren't pretty.

      Walking in deep snow banks and slushy puddles resulted in completely wet socks. I didn't notice any insulation. These boots seem to be poor rain boots disguised as snow boots. Every seam leaks, especially the seam where the rubber toe meets the leather upper. The heels will start to peel and look unsightly. The leaky seams and peeling heels were enough for me to want to warranty them but those problems didn't arise until the week after the year warranty was up. My high hopes for these boots were dashed.

      Having wet and freezing cold toes is not something that I enjoy at all. If you share that sentiment than I would strongly suggest finding an alternative boot.

      Great look

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
      • Fit: True to size

      Like some of the other reviewers my girlfriend says these boots aren't as warm as she hoped. They run true to size for her with normal socks but if you're in the cold and want warm thick socks go a half size up. Also getting them on and off is quite the task. Once they're on plan on leaving them on.

      That being said, she never takes them off and gets lots of compliments! We got them in black for her and they go well with everything.

      LOVE them!!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: 7

      After reading some of the reviews, and while waiting for my boots to arrive, I began second guessing my purchase. The reviews are correct when they say they run small. Go up 1 to 1 1/2 sizes. I wear a size 6, my other Sorel boots are a size 6 as well, so to be safe I went ahead and ordered a 7. When I tried them on I realized I probably could have ordered a 7 1/2. However, after wearing them a few days the 7 was perfect. I absolutely LOVE these boots and have to admit they are my favorite! They are very comfortable and they keep my feet just as warm as the others. Not to mention, every time I wear them I get multiple compliments.
      All in all, do not let some of the negative reviews deter you from purchasing these. I purchased mine in the "camo brown/pebble," and now look forward to ordering them again, but in black. 😀

      Winter... no, more like warm rain boot

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: 7

      I bought these boots for a Sundance event that I am working outside hoping they would keep my feet warm but after receiving them I was disappointed. The outside of the boot met my expectations but I am positive they forgot to finish the inside of the boot, its all rubber and not comfortable at all. And yes it does run small my normal shoe size is 6.5 and after seeing the reviews I played it safe and ordered a 7 but even with the bigger size I wouldn't be able to wear thick wool socks with them. I would order 2 sizes up if you want to wear thick socks.

      Worth the money!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: 9.5

      I received my Carly boots in camo just over a week ago and have already had the opportunity to test them out in sun, rain and freezing weather. While they obviously aren't as warm as lined Sorels I found them plenty warm with just a pair of wool socks on cold days or regular socks on the sunny days. I always wear a nine in shoes, including Sorels, however bought these in a 9.5 and they fit perfectly. These boots are really cute and stylish! I've received compliments every time I've worn them. The camo color is very versatile!

      Feminine bombproof boots!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small

      I probably have a Sorel obsession, as these might be pair 3 (or 4, but who's counting). These boots are very flattering and keep my digits toasty and dry! I love having a boot that can be worn on a night out in town or outside shoveling snow. These are comfortable enough to wear all day long and break-in within the first few wears. Highly recommended, but i might note that this pair in particular did fit a little bit smaller than some other Sorel's I've purchased. I would suggest going a half size up.

      Awesome

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

      I bought a pair of these for my wife... She wore them to a family outing and got a ton of compliments. At the next family outing, the following weekend, there were three pairs of these in the room. That's how much everybody loved their look.



      Not for cold weather, not convenient

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

      I agree with the previous reviewer on almost every point.

      The look of the boot is nice enough. It isn't clunky and the rubber involved is about as aesthetic as it can be.

      The design beyond that is deeply flawed, however. It isn't possible to get on and off quickly because of the way the laces are designed, as well as the part where the rubber boot stops and the fabric begins. There is a "shelf" in the back that requires maneuvering. That doesn't bother me, but that plus the time-consuming lace tightening and loosening makes it untenable.

      Additionally, that transition shelf rubs into my heel/lower leg when I walk because my foot lifts up off the sole with every step. The boot isn't too big; my toes are at the end. Another reviewer said that the upward motion occurs because there is no sole support - I don't know about sole support but it is a plausible explanation.

      I returned them after a few basic tests (walking slowly, quickly, putting on and taking off as easily as possible), so I did not try to submerge the boot. Apparently they leak at the seam between the rubber and synthetic upper. I can see exactly how that might be the case and I have to say if I had kept them long enough to discover the leak I would be pretty upset. The only reason I gave these a try is because of the waterproof guarantee.

      That brings me to my next point: the Sorel website claims "100g insulation" but I can't tell where that insulation might be on the boot. I can tell you that in the short time I tried them out my toes were cold, and I wasn't doing any hiking or even snow walking. The upper wasn't very warm, either. To be fair, Sorel recommends these for "rain" and "casual" so I guess they don't intend them to be warm anyway - backcountry should stop saying they are for snow.

      I don't typically have problems with footwear. I don't get blisters or foot pain, and I prefer little to no support. So I have to say that if I'm having problems in just a few hours I definitely can't recommend this boot.



      I would prefer to give 0 stars

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

      I purchased these boots for my December/January trip to Europe, knowing that they would be needed for wet and cold conditions.

      First off, as stated on the Sorel website, these boots fit slightly small. I ordered a size up and they fit perfectly. Also, as stated on the website, my feet stayed warm, at least in dry conditions.

      The boots have virtually no support in the sole, so no matter what type of socks, I found my feet slipping to the very front – very painful for the toes, not to mention that the rubber material around the toes is starting to wear down. At this price, I didn’t think it would be necessary to purchase an insole.

      The boots have leather laces that are to be threaded through eyelets. A better design would have been hooks, making it easier to loosen the laces and remove the boots. The leather laces wore down from the constant loosening and tightening, and finally tore after only 1 week of wear.

      Also, after about a week, the boots softened and started to wear in, thereby creating an inverted fold which pressed painfully on my ankle. I would have to double fold the top of my sock to even manage to wear the boot somewhat. Unfortunately the Carly was intended to be my main bad weather boot for Germany, so I had no choice but to wear it. Finally the only way to deal with the pain issue was to not tie the boot, but even then, the fold caused pressure on the ankle.

      In addition to all of this, the boot is not waterproof. Even in slightly wet conditions my socks would be wet in the area of the seam, which connects upper material and sole.

      Casual/ Rain/ Light Snow

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

      These are a great urban boot to give you some coverage with the wet conditions. Allowing you to do without the heavy duty boots or ruining your nice leather ones. I see a lot of people disappointed in the heel. I have not had any problems with this and believe this is from the older manufactured model. I have taken these up in the mountains and walked around for hours downtown with not a scratch. I'm not a clutz but also don't treat these like rugged terrain boots. The sole isn't very aggressive because this is designed for light snow, casual wear or rain. Not snow or mud trekking, necessarily. Please keep this in mind when in other conditions. I went in dry knee deep snow with these knowingly and had no issue and was still dry. The stirrup is also a good design with durability. They have changed specs on these boots from the past to make sure they are what you expect from Sorel.



      Being a merchandiser here at BC I see a lot of options when it comes to urban style boots. These were just more functional and versatile for wet conditions. I have had nothing but good things to say about these boots. They don't need to be worn in and are ready to wear wherever out of the package. The color camo brown/pebble goes with everything. I wear a lot of black but didn't want to limited to. The brown is more versatile in this case. Sorel is having fun with urban and city lifestyle boots, booties and shoes and they are on spot.



      I would DEFINITELY recommend these. If you want a good looking boot that you can dress up with a nice Christmas sweater or a even a casual long sleeve and hoodie, these are it. I haven't worn any other size in any shoe since the early 2000's. These run true and I purchased my true size. Trying them on locally before to test them out. Also remember they offer a drawcord secure and release option around your upper calf area so don't worry about this being an issue or them being too small in this area.

      Casual/ Rain/ Light Snow

      Wife loves them

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

      I bought these for my wife for Christmas and she loves them. They are warm and very stylish. She gets compliments all the time. Not to mention these are the boots worn by Jennifer Lawrence in Catching Fire! The only thing we noticed was that there was a mizuno foot insert in one of the boots, which makes me thing that someone returned these. There were no other signs of usage, so it was not an issue. My mother in law is going to buy the same pair as she loves them as well. Highly recommended!

      The Conquest Continues...

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

      Thanks to Spencer at Backcountry, in co-operation with Sorel, he was able to get me a replacement for the pair(s) that 'fell apart' on the previous two I bought. How great is that!!!



      I wanted to take some time to trial these fairly...haven't had a chance to wear these as much as I had hoped, (I will up-date after I've had some real wear in them)...but I can give a general review after 6 weeks:



      Pretty much the same fit and performance as the previous years' models. The laces are even a bit shorter in length (you can expect to have to change these out for synthetic laces, for durability, and for ease of use...the raw hide is stiff and makes getting in/out of these boots a bit of a pain).



      Still expect to wear good wool socks. That's pretty much the case with any rubber-foot bed. I recommend a winter sole liner, as well: the cold radiates right through the bottoms.



      I still say these are great-looking "city boots"...



      No problems with the veneer peeling off the heels...yet (will certainly up-date should that happen, again!).



      For tough, warm, water proof winter boots, I still like my N.F. McMurdos!



      And a big THANKS again to Spencer at Backcountry!

      Conquest Indeed

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

      I have taken these on ice (obviously not running or speed walking) and they held up really well, I took them in the snow and they still held up well. My heels are still happy and not having any issues like the pictures depicted below.



      They do not have a liner with them, which results in them requiring a little extra sock action, but as long as you are prepared for that, I say purchase.

      These boots make me happy and I dig the style.

      Great purchase!

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

      I was a little nervous about ordering these boots after reading the reviews on this and a few other websites about the quality of the shoe, but I have worn them 5/7 days for the last few weeks and I think they're great! No problems with the heels or anything like that. The shoelaces do come untied a couple of times a day, but seem to be a good quality and have not broken or anything like that. I definitely recommend these.

      Bear in mind that I am not hiking or trudging through snow here in Atlanta, but we have our fair share of cold wet weather this time a year and I'm SO glad I have these shoes to wear those days. Also, I get compliments on them ALL. THE. TIME.

      super cute

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

      These boots have received so many compliments. Other than the fact they are adorable, they don't keep your feet all that warm when in the snow. They are a perfect boot for running around town, but would recommend them for wearing out in the snow all day.

      Is that weight per boot? or, per pair?