How Do Women’s Sorel Boots Fit?
Sorel boots have been keeping feet warm and dry since 1962 with premium leather and durable rubber construction, featuring shearling lining for extra coziness in cold weather environments and waterproof capabilities in some styles. If you’re considering purchasing Sorel boots, you may wonder whether or not they run true to size; typically these styles lace from ankle to knee with some room at either end for those with wider calves while narrower calves may find that Sorel fits snug on feet but looser around calves depending on which style is chosen.
Sorel boots tend to run smaller in sizing compared to other boot brands. But their fit depends on your desired style of boot and desired tightness – for best results it is recommended that you visit a store and try on both shoes before buying. To find your ideal match, we highly suggest going into store and trying them on before walking around in them.
If you’re buying Sorel boots online, be sure to read and interpret their sizing information thoroughly. Consider what socks will be worn with them as this can affect how they fit. Generally, Sorel boots tend to run looser than other boot brands in order to accommodate thick winter socks.
The Sorel boot sizing chart is user-friendly and provides all of the important information needed to select an appropriate size boot. These boots are sized according to standard US shoe sizes; this makes selecting one easier if your feet tend to widen over time or you wear larger footwear than usual. However, thick or bulky feet may necessitate going up one size.
Sorel does not provide wide shoes in their boot line, which may pose a major hurdle to those searching for new boots from them. When selecting sizes, those who have very wide feet should go up one or more sizes as this may help provide adequate room. Extra thick winter socks may even fit inside them for additional insulation!
To accurately measure calf circumference, it’s recommended to use fabric measuring tape and wrap it around your calf at its widest point before using a calculator to convert this measurement to inches for use with Sorel’s sizing chart. This method of sizing is both faster and more accurate than using brannock devices which may not provide tight enough measurements; additionally it’s advisable to take this measurement in the morning when feet are at their largest to prevent any potential blisters forming from having tight boots all day long if this method fails!