Pros:-Waterproof -Good traction, though will still slip on ice (surprise surprise)-Lightweight (they don't feel like bricks, and you can easily wear your pants over them if you want)-True to size, with enough room for thick pair of socks-WARM: I live in Alaska and used these all last week when it was 20 below. Keep in mind, I had a warmer pair of socks on, and I was walking. But still--they stayed nice and warm. Much more so than Bogs!Cons:-the felt liner slides out a little when you pull your foot out. Tie knots at the end of the laces so they don't pull through the holes, then just loosen the laces, particularly at the bottom, before pulling your feet out. Problem solved.
A lot of my friends have Sorel boots and have raved about them so I decided I HAD to get a pair. The day they came, we experienced our first snowfall! Instead of dreading my venture out in the weather to study for my finals, I was so excited to test them out. This snowfall was the slushy wet kind and my feet were warm and dry all the way to the library. These boots are great and I can't wait for even more snow!