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Men's 1964 Premium™ T Boot


http://www.sorelfootwear.ca/en/NM1561.html NM1561
Style # 1351071
$ 170.00 CAD
Best For: Heavy Snow
| Reviewers rated this product: True to Size


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The Details


Seam-sealed and waterproof, the leather upper on this classic style locks out the elements; inside, the removable recycled felt liner keeps feet dry, warm and comfortable during long, active days in challenging weather conditions.

The Construction


  • Seam-sealed waterproof construction.
  • UPPER: Waterproof leather.
  • INSULATION: Removable 9mm washable recycled felt inner boot.
  • SHELL: Waterproof vulcanized rubber.

  • SOREL rated: -40° fahrenheit / -40° Celsius
  • Shaft Height: 8 1/2 in.
  • Calf Circumference: 15 3/4 in.
  • Weight: 31 oz / 878 g.
  • Measurements based on size 10.
  • Imported.


Men's Size Chart

7 6 40 25
7.5 6.5 40.5 25.5
8 7 41 26
8.5 7.5 41.5 26.5
9 8 42 27
9.5 8.5 42.5 27.5
10 9 43 28
10.5 9.5 43.5 28.5
11 10 44 29
11.5 10.5 44.5 29.5
12 11 45 30
12.5 11.5 45.5 30.5
13 12 46 31
14 13 47 32
15 14 48 33
16 15 49 34
17 16 50 35

How to Measure Your Foot

  • Place your feet flat on a piece of paper and mark your longest toe and the back of your foot. It's best to do this standing and wearing socks
  • Measure the length (cm) straight from your longest toe to the back of your foot using a ruler or measuring tape.
  • Use the chart to find your size.


Rated 2 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Dissapointed with warmth and quality for price Have worn sorels since I was a young man. Over 40 years. Last pair lasted 15 years with lots of use in the woods etc. Recently purchased these and out of the box looked very nice. Pulled them on and immediately noticed they were made from much thinner and inferior materials. Went for a walk and within minutes could feel the cold coming through the soles. The rubber is very thin and gives no protection or support. Stepping on a piece of hard ice was almost uncomfortable. They have reasonable traction and grip. Overall they are ok for situations where you do not have to stand on a cold or rough surface. Sorel needs to improve the soles for insulation and arch and overall strength. Sadly I do not see these boots lasting very long. January 12, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sole Cracked Horizontally. For the price, I would have expected boots that would go through multiple winters. Sadly no, the left sole cracked after the first winter. No longer waterproof. Sadly, I cannot recommend this boots. December 3, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cracks in the rubber Unfortunately, the rubber of my 1964 Sorels cracked horizontally along the base of the heel on both boots within a month of purchase. These were replaced with Sorel Caribous, which lasted a little longer - a few months - but again the rubber cracked on both boots. This time the cracks were on the outer edges parallel to the side of the toes. Sorel seems to be having a quality control issue with their rubber, as older Sorels don't seem to crack like the new ones do. (I had to go back to my old $25 Canadian Tire boots which are ugly, but still waterproof after six years.) April 22, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Work wear. I have found these boots to be warm enough when I am moving around alot. But when I stop moving my feet turn ice cold. The tred on the bottom is good on hard pack snow but dose not provider much traction off the beaten path. I would recommend the Glacier boots for out door work wear in cold temps. December 3, 2012
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