In 1973 Timberland built their original yellow boot. It was a rugged, durable, waterproof leather boot made for cold, wet weather. The boot went on to become both the icon and name of the brand, symbolizing a heritage of authenticity and quality. Today, Timberland is as premium and durable as ever, bringing new style, performance and green elements to both footwear and apparel.
In Spring 2016, Timberland continues along the Modern Trail, inspired by the Wharf District- a place where old and new exist in seamless harmony admist the unpredictable weather. From work to play, day to night, sun to rain, our products adapt—empowering outdoor life stylers with the style and versatility they need to blaze the modern trail.
For men, spring brings a great mixture of leather and waxed canvas, fresh twists on transitional outerwear, boots and chukkas – to classic boat shoes and a new range of sandals rugged enough to go anywhere. Along with continuing to expand their Sensorflex™ comfort technology into new collections like the Amherst.
The women’s collection features a variety of transitional chelsea, chukka and booties. Their new sandal collection is more versatile than ever— ranging from fishermans and gladiators to chunky heeled wedges. Whatever the weather, whatever the occasion, she’ll be ready and looking great.
When it comes to kids, Timberland understands the unique needs of growing feet and adventure-ready style. The new Adventure Seeker two-strap and closed-toe sandal program updates the Mad River, with water-friendly styling and improved comfort. Updates to boat shoes and takedowns of classic silhouettes round out the Kids’ collection.
These shoes are extremely comfortable, and look cute with jeans, skirts, and even dress slacks. I am a teacher and need to be on my feet for long hours. While these don't seem as durable, or comfortable over long periods of time like Timbs used to be, they have gotten me faithfully through many days. Fit tts, and I ordered 9W.
Love these boots! Took them out of the box and worked in the yard for 3 hours and then wore them on an 8 mile hike the next day. I have lots of foot issues and these boots provide comfort and support.
Very awesome! Bought for my husband - he can dress them up or down. Looks great in jeans or slacks.
Quite happy so far "ah the pitter patter of tiny feet in huge combat boots" they are cute combat boots, not clunky. Ordered both the the wide and the reg...huge difference. Toe box in the non wide boot was very narrow, you should be able to move your toes when wearing footwear. Returned the non wide pair asap. Both pairs seem to have been tried and returned, it seems without even going to Zappos quality control, they were laying in the box quite disheveled...not much of a problem just kind of odd. Still wondering if they will break in nicely, the leather is quite stiff. Will put them to the test in walking around the city, hopefully they hold up. As long as they don't become soaked in the rain, I'd be happy. Glad they went on sale. Hoping the sole doesn't split like I have read in reviews. The heel is larger than I'm used to, but hey 2" more when you're 5'2" is kinda cool. We'll see if they make it through what the PNW this at 'em.
As many others have said the heel is very tight. its taken me about a week of wearing them for an hour a day to break them in. They may never be ultra-comfortable.
Very sturdy and comfortable. Recommend thick socks and ordering 1/2 size up. Great sole grip and secure ankle.
Very comfortable and super cute! I get a ton of compliments. Lacing on arch support.
These are great! they are really comfortable and stylish. I have 6 pairs of Timberland boots and am a true 8 in all of them. This style runs just a taaaaad smaller than most (rubbed my heel/ankles for the first 4 days but eventually wore them in). If you plan on wearing anything more than a thin sock, maybe consider ordering half a size up.
Extremely comfortable and easy to put on. I normally wear a 7.5 and 7.5 was fine. Yes little snug the first couple of hours but felt perfect shortly thereafter. Highly recommend.
So I'm not a "shoe head," and I don't buy shoes often. When I do, they're usually some sort of comfy sneaker (Adidas, Vans, etc.) because I'm a tshirt-and-jeans casual dresser. I also don't typically buy shoes that cost more than ~$50-60. Here's the thing though. I saw these and was immediately obsessed. Literally could not stop staring at them. They're the perfect balance between casual/comfy and dressy. So far, I've worn them pretty much every day for about a week. They're pretty light and very comfortable, especially with the mesh towards the toe that allows for wiggle room/breathing room. I usually wear a 7.5 in sneakers (7.5 wide in heels), but as the other reviews mention, these shoes run on the narrower side. That being said, the 8 fits me perfectly. If you plan on getting these (which, I mean, GO FOR IT), get a 1/2 size larger and you'll be set! :]