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Harsh winter conditions are no match for the Inuits of Alaska, or the footwear they inspired. Drawing on the proven designs of the Inuit's traditionally crafted winter boots, the Suka II offers the same great comfort and protection as last season, but adds a fun plaid print and toggle-closure system for easy on-and-offs. A waterproof leather upper and fleece lining provide great warmth in a variety of climates, while a comfortable PU footbed can be removed for quick-drying convenience. As for the rugged outsole, it takes its cue from the go-anywhere traction of snowmobile tread.
- Waterproof leather upper
- Fleece lining helps wick moisture
- Simple pull-on design
- Quick-dry, removable PU footbed
Material: Leather, Fleece, PU
Sorel takes its name from a Quebec town known for its steel production and shipbuilding efforts during World War II. It's a fitting moniker for a brand that calls its rugged boots and shoes “footwear for the fearless." Founded in 1962 by Canadian rubber manufacturer A. R. Kaufman, Sorel produces all-season, all-terrain, top-quality shoes and sneakers, tundra-ready snow boots, and high-fashion sandals — using materials such as waterproof leather, recycled felt, and plush shearling. From the Joan of Arctic — a knee-high, women's winter boot topped off with a faux fur snow cuff — to the unisex Caribou boot, Sorel's goods help you brave the elements in style. Originally based in Kitchener, Ontario, Sorel is now a subsidiary of Columbia Sportswear Company and operates out of Portland, Oregon.