HUDSON’S BAY AND SOREL DEFY THE ELEMENTS WITH NEW SHOE COLLAB

When two Canadian companies get together, magical things can happen. Yes, staying stylish in the rain is definitely a magical thing. And that’s exactly what Hudson’s Bay  and SOREL have done with their new footwear collaboration.

The limited-edition women’s Out ‘N About boot is the latest functional yet adorable design from SOREL, but this time in partnership with Hudson’s Bay. The Out ‘N About boot is a new twist on the classic SOREL rain bootie, with the iconic Hudson’s Bay Company stripes on the heel spine. The boots feature a waterproof canvas upper with seam-sealed construction, a hand crafted vulcanized rubber shell, and removable molded EVA footbed. The herringbone outsole provides all day comfort and style. The waterproof canvas upper in sea salt, navy blue vulcanized rubber outsole, and the Hudson’s Bay Company Collection stripes are a classic tribute to the heritage of both brands.

“Combining SOREL’s classic style and Hudson’s Bay’s timeless stripes gave the Out ‘N About a unique twist and brought an unexpected collaboration to the market this season,” said Erin Sander, Global Product Director at SOREL.  “These boots are designed with the excellent balance of fashion, function and quality, all of which are at the core of both brands.”

The waterproof and endlessly wearable Out ‘N About boot combines sophistication and durability, making it a new favourite for even the dampest of days. These boots will be sold exclusively at Hudson’s Bay Company (in-store and online at thebay.com). So check em out, and stay dry and fabulous all through the fall with SOREL and the Bay!

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Nadia Elkharadly

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Nadia Elkharadly is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of Addicted Magazine. Her myriad of addictions include music, fashion, travel, technology, boxing and trying to make the world a better place. Nadia is also a feminist, an animal lover, and a neverending dreamer. Keep up with her on social media through @thenadiae.
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