30 Jan '18, 9am
@PackhamGown @MirrorJohnny Maybe these Sorel boots
I emailed Sorel because every time I wear these boots in the "light snow" (i'm talking shoveled sidewalks) both of my feet are sopping wet and then freezing cold. They emailed me back and said others have complained of this! And they recommend water proofing them! I was very surprised as I thought snow boots would be water proof. See response below. "Thank you for taking the time to reach out to us about your WOMEN’S TIVOLI™ II SUEDE BOOT. This has actually been a problem for customers that live in places with heavy snow Your boot is meant for light snow, so the Philadelphia snow you experience is beyond this boot's tolerance. What I recommend is letting your boots completely dry, waterproofing them, and then letting the coats completely dry before using them out. This would have to be done correctly for it to be effective."