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Men’s Glacier™ XT Boot


http://www.sorelfootwear.ca/en/mens-glacier-xt-boot-1573891.html 1573891
Style # 1573891
$ 180.00 CAD
Best For: Heavy Snow
| Reviewers rated this product: Fits Slightly Small


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The Details


Insulated, waterproof, and windproof, the Glacier XT with Omni-Heat™ reflective lining offers the best defense against extreme conditions. Kick back and enjoy the snow.

The Construction


  • UPPER: Durable water and wind resistant PU coated synthetic textile upper. Drawstring with barrel lock closure.
  • INSULATION: Removable 13mm ThermoPlus felt inner boot with Omni-Heat™ reflective lining.
  • MIDSOLE: 2.5 mm bonded felt frost plug. Removable 13 mm SOREL Meltdown midsole.
  • OUTSOLE: Handcrafted waterproof vulcanized rubber shell. SOREL aero-trac non-loading outsole.

  • SOREL rated: -100° fahrenheit / -73.3° Celsius.
  • Shaft Height: 15 in.
  • Heel Height: 1 1/3 in.
  • Calf Circumference: 19 in.
  • Weight: 55 oz / 1559 g.
  • Measurements based on size 12.
  • 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 4 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Glacier Boot review Took this boot up to northern Alaska last week to see the northern lights. Stayed on the mountain top from 10pm to 2 am and my feet were the warmest part of my body. Temps didn't get as low as usual for Alaksa but was at about 15 degrees for 4 hours. I felt the boots would have been warn in much colder temps for sure. March 2, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by These are awesome but... Bought these boots 2 seasons ago for the main purposes of Ice Fishing up in the Prairies. I've always came home with the driest and warmest feet. Except the last time I went Ice Fishing. There was about 2-3 inches of water pooling in certain spots on the surface, and I walked through it day just fine but noticed at some point, the back of my left heal got wet. I may have found the Glacier XT's limit! February 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great boots so far I just got them and my first test was ice fishing in northern WI in -5 weather (-25 with wind chill) without a tent, shelter or heater. My feet stayed toasty warm (my feet tend to get cold easy and heating packs are unreliable- that's why I finally got these). The boots are big but that is expected due to the insulation. They did not feel any heavier than my last pac boots. Overall I was very happy with them. January 18, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by quality boot I don't have a new pair of sorel glaciers but I bought a pair for my wife and I a few years back. Its a great quality boot. Well made and very warm and comfortable and attractive. However, stating from personal experience, they are too heavy for hiking in the woods. Theyre probably well suited for working around your yard or snowmobiling for sure. I am very happy with our glaciers. December 31, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by poor quality and poor fitting boot this is the third pair of glacier boots I have purchased first ones were great second were poor quality and the third ones are poor fitting hard to put on and take off sizing is terrible as my first ones were size 13 then 14 now 15 barely fits and are actually tight .quality looks to be worse than last pair but time will tell only reason I bought them again is hard to find big shoes. This is the last pair of sorels I will ever buy and will not recommend these boots to anyone ever . December 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by More versatile than realized I am on my second pair of bears since 1970's. I hunt in Colorado Rockies snow or sun. These boots keep my feet warm when cold and dry with moderate activity but you need to be more flexible in using them for maximum effectiveness. When warm out I sometimes pull the liners and use two pair of heavy polyester/ wool socks on warm days. If you are hiking on rocks and slopes you have to have a snug fit and cinching up the laces appropriately is key. If you try to get too tight of a fit or stuff too many socks inside the felt liner circulation is reduced and your feet will get cold while sitting in the cold. High activity - yes they collect sweat when very active and especially if it is warmer or very humid and the felt liner must be dried out. If you encounter cold and very high humidity with a lot of activity you have a challenge. I use neoprene socks with a light sock liner inside the neoprene. Your feet will sweat inside the waterproof liner but the felt will stay dry and insulate. Swap out the light sock with a dry pair and then the wet pair are quickly dried out over any warm/dry source. Under humid/wet and cold conditions, it is very hard to dry the felt liner. Be careful to get a good fit with any of these configurations and especially not too tight a liner inside the neoprene sock. December 6, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Heavy and fragile After a poor experience with the Caribou boots, I tried a pair of these. The waterproof film started to peel off in less than a hour of use making them no longer waterproof. A $40 pair of boots from a discount sporting goods store and a coating of waterproof wax worked much better. Warm, but heavy, too large a foot to fit in any pair of snowshoes I could find. April 27, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by A bit too heavy I bought these for my husband as a replacement for his 30 + year old Sorels bought 1977. These looked similar but are sooooo much heavier. Given our historically snowy winter here in Boston we will keep them but look for a lighter pair as well. February 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent, but . . . Needed to replace my 1964 Sorel boots that were wearing out at the sole. Instead of getting the same model or the Conquest I went with these. Definitely heavier, warmer (rated to -100°, which I didn't know until I received them) and I do need to wear a thinner sock; that said, these boots are up for deeper snow and very brisk mornings up here in northern Michigan. Now I need to save for the Conquest or Caribou for those less extreme days and for driving. January 31, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by very good but not ideal I wanted a super warm boot for temperatures less than 0 F and this fit the bill. My feet get cold easily and have trouble warming up. I've only used them once for snowmobiling in northern MN. The weather only got down to the lower teens (F), so I haven't been able to give it a good test yet, but my feet never felt the least bit cold. The liners easily came out for drying at night. It was a bit hard to put them back, but everything is new and stiff. My negatives for the product are that the sides are very high and they're a bit spongy to walk in because of how much insulation there is on the bottom of the boot. However these factors are the reason why the boots are warmer than the other boots. I was torn between getting this boot and a smaller one that wouldn't be quite as warm. I probably should have gotten the smaller boot and just planned to wear extra socks and use toe warmers on colder days, but I picture myself being broken down 50 miles from help and needing very warm boots, so I went with these big things. Fit was comfortable. I usually take a wide 4E size 8 shoe, but bought a size 9 boot. Had plenty of room for my feet and a few pairs of socks. I'll probably end up buying another pair of boots to use for temperatures above 0F, but these will be my go to boots for the coldest temperatures. For what it's worth... Good construction. I had originally ordered a size 10 expecting them to be hard to fit my wide feet and several pairs of socks, but they were way too big for me. Sorel took them back w/o any problem. January 28, 2015
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