Sorel Emelie Tall Premium Boot - Women's
SorelEmelie Tall Premium Boot - Women's

Chic and practical.

Offering you the best of both worlds, the Sorel Women's Emelie Tall Premium Boot provides steadfast protection and timeless style. The equestrian-inspired silhouette lends a classic look whether you're pairing the Emelie with skinny jeans, leggings, or dresses. Meanwhile, the full-grain leather features a waterproof construction and fully sealed design to assure no water can permeate the Emelie's surface. An EVA footbed maintains day-long support, and the rubber outsole provides ample traction without overwhelming the Emelie's demure sense of style.

  • A practical and chic boot for winter's worst
  • Full-grain leather is waterproof for protection
  • Synthetic lining and stretch insert make for easy entry
  • Rubber outsole maintains traction
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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I absolutely love the Emelie Tall Premium Boot! Sizing is slightly on the narrow side of normal. The calf of the boot is narrow, and you need to have flexible ankles to slip your foot down into the boot. (Side zippers would be nice on these.) They have back tabs to allow for help sliding/pulling on. ( I wouldn't recommend these if you have large calves as it's a slightly snug fit and isn't very forgiving.) The style is great and can be dressed up for going out to dinner, but can also be very casual and worn with jeans and around town! The material is durable and weathers well! Highly recommend these boots.

Darn it!

    I wanted this to be my new go to boot but no!
    I wear a size 7 always! The 7 was too small and the 7.5 was too small. I couldn’t get my heel to slip past the seam in the back even with buying a shoehorn. So I sent them both back! Boy was I bummed because they are gorgeous boots! Well made quality boots! Very disappointed I couldn’t get my foot in it, and I’m an average sized person. 5’4” 130 lbs. A zipper would have made all the difference in getting them on. Maybe I should have tried an 8 but I figured once I got my heel to slip in the boot it would probably be too big!