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Sorel Ankeny Boot - Men's

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    13 Reviews


    A can't-go-wrong classic from Sorel.

    Keep your dogs dry in the sloppiest of slushy winter snowstorms and toasty on frigid February days in the Sorel Men's Ankeny Boot. The Ankeny was designed with functional utility in mind, making it a versatile boot for driveway shoveling, sledding with the kids, driving to the mountain on powder days, and running to the store for milk in whiteout blizzards. The waterproof full-grain leather upper features fully taped seams and textile mesh lining, while a rubber midsole and removable molded EVA footbed gives your foot plenty of heel and arch support. A waterproof vulcanized rubber shell outsole with herringbone tread pattern keeps you dry from the bottom up and gives you plenty of traction in wet and icy conditions. 

    • Waterproof, full-grain leather upper
    • Seam-taped waterproof construction
    • Textile mesh lining
    • Removable molded EVA footbed with heel cup and arch support
    • Textile mesh footbed top-cover
    • Rubber midsole
    • Waterproof vulcanized rubber outsole with herringbone tread pattern
    • Item #SRL000B

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    full-grain leather
    waterproof construction
    vulcanized rubber
    molded EVA
    Claimed Weight
    [single] 21.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    very good boot

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 8.5

    Great grip in almost any situation. There was some slight irritation on the seam between the lower and upper sections on my first hike but I was wearing relatively thin socks; I wore thicker socks the next time and there was no irritation. When the snow was deeper than the top of the boot the snow got in easier than I'd like it to, so I'd recommend some gaiters for the deeper stuff (or taller boots). I'm an 8.5 or 9 in most shoes and boots, and 8.5 fit well even when wearing thick wool socks.

    Classy and Burly

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10

    The Sorel Ankeny boots are the perfect fit between function and fashion. All rubber water proof lowers give way to a sleek leather upper with a super comfortable fit. The boots are insulated enough for colder days with good socks but not as crazy as a Sorel Caribou or some of the heavier baffin boots. I wear these mostly around town on the sloppy snow days or to the ski resort for the apres ski footwear. Dinner date and blizzard ready, you cant go wrong with these boots.

    Does the job

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

    These boots are great. They are a very stylish shoe that really do well in the snow. It is by no means meant as a boot for hiking in the backcountry, but is perfect for people commuting in the snow. I wear these to school on snow or wet days and they are perfect for that!


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

    Got these boots to wear whenever it was snowy, but they quickly turned into my everyday boot. They are extremely comfortable and insanely waterproof. Took these out to the Salt Flats in early December and ended up walking in a lot deeper water then we thought. Water was at least 4 inches deep and the boots didn't leak at all. I was really impressed. I had to size down in these so be careful with that. Overall very happy with this purchase!

    Overall satisfied

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 8

    Got these boots to have something waterproof when in snow and rain. Love the way they look and they are super warm! They have a pretty good grip on the soles. They are actually warmer than I expected as well a little too warm wearing them around when indoors. But im very satisfied how they have held up so far.

    Walk on by!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: 10

    I had a pair of Caribou boots that I used in Colorado for 4 years, they were great and I gave them to my Dad. He still has them and uses then today. Unfortunately my confidence in the brand has been undermined by my experience with the Ankeny boots I purchased in December. They seemed to have little if any insulation so I wasn't expecting a warm boot for extreme weather conditions. The main reason I bought the boots was because of the waterproofness. Since I commute on my bike year round in all kinds of weather I was hoping at the very least I would have a go-to boot for bad weather. On the first slushy ride of the year I wore the boots and the inside got very damp. What was most surprising about this was there was little rain beyond a light drizzle. Since they were new and this did not make sense I chalked the experience up to errant foot perspiration, even though my feet felt cool. I soon discovered that it was in fact the boots. There seems to be a critical design flaw in the boots. I was so desperate to halt the intrusion of water I tried a spray on waterproofer. This did not seem to work either. This started to really confound me. How were the boots permeable. After retreating the boots and still having wet feet I was dumbfounded. It wasn't until I started to really examine the boots centimeter by centimeter that I discovered both of the soles had small sections where they had separated from the rubber galvanized uppers. I considered returning them but this would have left me bootless during the coldest point of the entire winter (even if they were not waterproof). Unfortunately they are not warm either, even with a merino wool liner and wool boot sock my feet froze below 30 degrees. These boots are the WORST I have ever had. I bought a pair of "Timberlook" boots from the dollar store for $20 last winter and they lasted me the whole winter and gave out in spring. But they actually looked pretty good, they kept my feet warm and were actually $20 I ever spent. Too bad they didn't have them this year, I would have warm and dry feet, just maybe not as nice looking...but I would sure take it!

    Walk on by!

    Paul, why didn't you return them? They have a 1 year warranty. I tried these on today and liked them, but decided to research before I buy. Thanks for the warning. Go get yourself a refund or at least a new pair on the house.

    Rugged yet Sleek!

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

    I just bought my hubby the new Caribou XT so he would not freeze this winter and found these boots too. I first loved them because they were cool looking then I did some research. They are waterproof and slightly insulated. I had to order them to see what he thought. He loves them. He is not waiting till the winter hits because he says that they are perfect for fall and winter. They look great with jeans and you can tell they are rugged just not bulky and thick. Super clean and he loves the fit. Nice job Sorel!