For the last three winters, when the temps fall into the lower 20’s, I reach for my pair of Sorel Conquests. Whether it’s snow-blowing the drive, snow-shoeing or riding my pugs, these boots keep my feet warm and comfortable. The Conquests combine exceptional warmth with technical fabrics and comfortable fit. They feature full-grain leather and synthetic upper that is seam sealed for a completely waterproof construction, and is lined with 400g Thinsulate™ Ultra for high-warmth, low weight insulation rated to -60° below zero…..but I’ve only been out as low as 10° below zero and they kept me toasty. I ride flat pedals in the snow for a lot of reasons that I’ll spare you (for now) and the rugged lugged soles on these boots really provide a stable grip on my platform pedals. The soles are plenty stiff, unlike other Sorel models, like the more traditional wool-lined Caribou. When I wear these out, I’ll go right out and look to buy another pair.
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