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We Can’t Believe These Waterproof Sorel Boots Are on Sale for 25% Off

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Sponsored content. Us Weekly receives compensation for this article as well as for purchases made when you click on a link and buy something below.There’s a reason why fall footwear feels fashionable, while winter shoes seem more practical.

In cold weather, boots are a necessity — we can’t get away with wearing suede over-the-knee boots in the snow (believe Us, we’ve tried).

So, we wind up sacrificing fashion for insulation, replacing our autumn ankle booties with warm winter boots. Even though our toes stay nice and toasty in our snowshoes, we’d rather not trek to happy hour in our clunky boots.

If only we could find a waterproof pair to keep Us dry in style.Give your winter boots a boot and try a leather look instead.

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