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97 of 99 people found the following review helpful
on June 4, 2013
This is a very nice shoe. I ordered my normal size and when it arrived I was aware that it was too large for my feet. I compared it physically with other similar shoes I own and could see the difference. I went online to arrange an exchange for a half size smaller and was provided with a pre-paid UPS label to return the original pair. And within 2 days the replacement pair arrived. These fit fine. So I suggest that if you purchase these, order at least a half size smaller than you normally wear. The manufacturer is a little off in measurements.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
on October 23, 2013
Shoes came in as expected without any issues with packaging. It was double boxed for stiffness so nothing was damaged.

I read people's posts and questioned whether or not I should go 1/2 a size smaller. I usually buy 11-1/2 size shoes due to my wide feet. For sketchers or boots in general this rule of thumb usually works for me.

Since this is my first venture into loafers I forgot the material is leather. So over time the shoes will stretch and so with this reasoning I went with size 11 as recommended by others. Its actually a little tight at first but I purchased some conditioner and after wearing it for a week I suspect they will fit perfectly. So remember that this is leather and forgiving.

I might consider buying another pair if these work out well.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on June 21, 2013
I've been looking for a replacement to a pair of Bass boat shoes for a few years. (Sadly, Bass no longer makes a boat shoe, or at least I couldn't find any, even at their outlet store) I've tried several different brands and have been disappointed by all. I've tried Dockers (absolute crap), Sperry (nice but mine had several quality issues), and Nautica (not bad but I was never able to get them "broken in", just stayed too stiff. To be fair, it might have just been the pair I had but they were bad enough to make me try a different brand). This is my first pair of Timberlands. I've only had them for a couple weeks now and they are already broken in-Nice!

Based on the other reviews here, I ordered them one-half size smaller than I usually get and they fit perfectly, even for a wide (EE) size.

In addition to being reasonably priced, they use some recycled material in the construction. My pair was made in Bangladesh but I haven't noted any quality issues as yet. Also, the color options are very nice. I bought the chocolate but the taupe and dark brown are also nice.

If you are looking for a comfortable, well-made boat shoe, these will fit the bill.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on January 2, 2014
I originally ordered these in a size 14, which is what most of my shoes fit at, but I returned them for a pair of size 13 shoes which fit much more closely to what I am used to. The shoes are comfortable and made with fine materials, and they are quite handsome for the price. I was exceptionally pleased with this purchase, considering I dread the process of buying shoes for my freakishly large feet. I wish the sizing had been closer to norms, but considering how simple the return process is with Amazon, it was hardly an issue at all.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on June 10, 2013
After first putting them on, and being surprised by how loose they felt, I compared these shoes to another pair of thoroughly-broken-in Timberland boat shoes that I have owned for several years. Both are the same stated size, yet these were 1/2" longer and 1/4" wider. And they are brand new! Imagine after they were worn and got stretched out. But size was not my only gripe.

I wore them around the house for about 10 minutes, and could not help but notice the poor cushioning of the soles. Regardless of whether I was on carpeting or hardwood, I felt like I was wearing slippers on concrete. So, I took them off to begin the return process, and realized that my feet had become sweaty. In an unlined shoe, in only a few minutes! Apparently this new "Eco-conscious" tanning process also acts as a sealing process. Not a very desirable feature in casual shoes. As so often is the case in shoes these days, quality is inversely proportional to hype.

Oh.. and the "Taupe" color is quite dark. At a glance, you would see it as a darkish brown.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on February 25, 2013
Had a similar pair that I finally had to retire after 8 years. Found these for $40 less than timberland site and was worried they were possibly previously worn, but was not the case. Really like the timberland boat shoes for their ability to wear w/o socks for easy on/off access on the boat. Had tried more expensive sperry brand but insoles came out when wearing barefoot. Net/net, good price, good quality, and good replacement to my old standbys. Just need to break them in a bit more and they will be perfect.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on April 15, 2015
I've worn these Timberland boat shoes for 12 or 15 years. I have just ordered a pair from Amazon and there are notable differences and they are not upgrades, they are down grades. First they don't fit at all well or true to size. The problem is that the toe box is way oversized. I don't think this can be remedied by going down a size because that would make the shoe smaller overall, including length which is not the problem. The problem is sloppy fit. Second, there is a lot less leather in these than in my previous several pairs. The doubling of leather has been replaced by false stitching which appears to be there to sew two layers of leather together – but don't be fooled. They are single layer all over. In my previous pairs the lace was a genuine moccasin lace that went all the way around the shoe and then laced up through the two pairs of eyelets. In the new models the lace around the shoe is false. It dead-ends into the seam below the eyelets and won't do anything to make the fit snugger.
Overall the shoe has been dropped way down in quality and does not fit. I am sending these back and will not buy more.
If the Timberland Corporation is reading these reviews, my advice is to return to the former quality which was excellent but now is poor.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on October 2, 2013
I downloaded and printed a foot measuring template to find proper width and length.
I found ordering the proper width is very important!
I would recommend if you suspect that you have wider feet to find your width either at a shoe store or by downloading a template to know your measurements.
The shoe seems a little long ,but not crushing my toes. The color is accurate.
The laces are made of leather and come untied so I am replacing them as soon as i find something I like made from another material.
Been using them for a few months now.
All in All this is a great shoe!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on October 10, 2013
Shoes are wonderful though. The leather is strong and the stitching is nice and even, looks quite clean. Like the heel fit and the walk is surprisingly comfortable.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on May 23, 2013
I am a solid 9D, but his was a very large shoe. Not only the length but the width and depth of the shoe and in fact the height of the sole.
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