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Proof that trendy can also be timeless, this Earthkeeper City by Timberland lets you walk a fine fashion line in cool, classic confidence. You'll appreciate the premium leather upper and smooth, luxurious lining that set it apart from synthetic versions, as well as the zippered mid-calf shaft that stays neatly tucked beneath your trousers--no more embarrassing tucked-in hems on your way out the door. Finished with a subtle metal buckle accent and skid-resistant rubber outsole, it's a handsome way to highlight your commanding sense of style.
Timberland Men's Earthkeepers City Side Zip Boot. These boots feature a burnished leather upper, an iside zipper, 100% recycled PET lining, a Green RubberTM outsole, and an adjustable buckle and strap detail on the instep.See all Product Description
Comfortable boot once it is broken in. The quality is satisfactory not excellent because the sole wears quickly. I still love the boots.Published 14 months ago by Onemore
I purchased these boots for use when I ride my motorcycle and they have worked out very well. The fit is good. Read morePublished 18 months ago by B. M. Gray
I really like this style of shoes, very cowboy feel.The proposal to buy the big one, I have to buy according to own foot size, and then feeling a little small.Published 20 months ago by Rolland
Overall I like my new boots very much. A couple of other reviews commented on the left boot being a different size and I got that impression as well. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jeff Barringer
Previous reviewers were correct (wish I'd believed them) about the left boot being tighter than the right.
Most people have one foot wider than the other. It's normal. Read more
Recently ordered these boots and I could not be more satisfied. First, these boots are offered in wide sizes--Yes! It's so hard to find wide shoes in popular styles and brands. Read morePublished on January 25, 2012 by Raul B.