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Timberland Men's Icon Three-Eye Classic Shoe

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Burgundy/Brown
  • Leather
  • Imported
  • Synthetic sole
  • Due to the nature of the leather scratches caused by wear and tear tend to show up but are easily covered by using the finger to "push" the oil back into the affected area.
  • Full-grain leather upper
  • Leather lining and footbed
  • 360° lacing system
  • Rubber lug outsole

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The Timberland Men's Classic Lug 3-Eye Boat shoe combines the upper of a boat shoe with the outsole of their 6 Inch Premium Boots. They're crafted the old-fashioned way with unwavering commitment to quality and workmanship. And while you'll appreciate the rich oiled leather, you'll also appreciate the rugged lug outsole that will take you anywhere. Imported..

If you've been searching for a modern classic, check out this handsewn oxford from Timberland. Its flawlessly detailed leather upper offers traditional good looks and sits atop a deeply treaded traction outsole.

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  • ASIN: B000WDS1OC
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 6 inches; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: Dominican Republic
  • Item model number: Icon 3-eye Classic Lug
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,503 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    59 of 62 people found the following review helpful By E. Murphy on November 15, 2009
    I've owned several pairs of these in the last 30 years. I used to love them. But I won't buy them again.

    The last pair had rubber soles poorly glued to the leather insole. Several exposures to wet weather resulted in the soles coming loose. Regluing them never seem to work. Heavy shoes like these, with soles like these, commonly are bought for use in bad weather. It's not like I went hiking in patent leather tuxedo pumps and then complained because they didn't hold up well.

    All shoes made in China are not necessarily inferior. But Timberlands aren't what they used to be.
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    41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By ChrisWN on January 31, 2013
    For about 2 decades this was my absolute favorite shoe. One pair lasted me a whole decade with heavy use (almost every day in fall, winter & spring). They were the best combination of rugged work shoe (without a steel shank), sportiness & dressier look. While they weren't completely waterproof, regular treatment to the leather meant my feet stayed dry in light rain or if I was caught off guard. The sole was thick enough & high enough off the ground that water/sludge never seeped in. The seems were extremely well sewn & never once frayed, nor did the eyelets fall out. Even the original leather shoe laces lasted. While the sole wore some, particularly on the outer edge of the heel (i was a heavy over pronator), the ridges in the sole never wore down flat in a decade. I don't remember if the soles were originally Vibram or not, but they were fairly slip-proof.

    So when I needed a 3rd pair (about 7 years ago), I picked up some at a Timberland outlet store (slightly blemished, but regular quality). I noticed they were now made in China (don't know if it's changed since then), but didn't hesitate since they were also on sale for what seemed like a good price. While they might not be as poor as some shoes from China, the reduced quality was noticeable in about 6 months: first the leather layer in the floor bed separated from the shoe, sliding all around (I had to use crazy glue to keep it in place). Then they scuffed much more easily. Then water seeped in despite maintaining them as I had the 2 previous pairs. Then the seems started to unravel, shoe laces broke, eyelets fell off. The sole became slippery...all in less than 3 years. I was even wearing them less than my old pairs because of the problems.
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    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 19, 2013
    Size: 9 2E USColor: Burgundy/Brown
    I bought a pair of these handmades 6 months ago. They're very sturdy and keep your feet dry in light slush and wet grass. The soles provide great traction in snow and ice. Unfortunately they're extremely stiff and uncomfortable-even after 6 months of trying to break them in. Particularly painful are the insoles which are padded with something that has no give, so it feels like a marble under the balls of your feet, which becomes painful after a while. I WS only able to compress the pushing with a wood clamp, but it returned to it's uncomfortable original shape. The soles, by the way, have started to squeak loudly, so forget wearing them in a store or a social setting. They sound like ducks quacking.

    I bought my shoes directly from Timberland, and tried to return them after two weeks (mistakenly thinking I could break them in). Timberlandrefused and said iI should take it up with their warranty department. The warranty department didn't respond to my email.
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    21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Tiffany Langham on January 10, 2015
    This review is in regards to the way I received the shoe. When the shoes arrived I took them out of the box,and it look like they'd been dropped in dry wall, chalky type of crap. Absolutely ridiculous to send something to someone in that condition. This item was purchased as a gift and now I may have to return them.
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By hpb344 on December 25, 2012
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    I started buying these shoes thirty or forty years ago, when they were still being made in the U.S. Back then the soles never came unglued, as they do now, nor as with my latest pair, were the sides so high that they bite into my ankles....never again.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Rhodes on October 6, 2013
    Size: 9 2E USColor: Burgundy/Brown Verified Purchase
    I have been buying these for 20+ years now. I know this sounds a little out there, but I always have 2 pair--1 well-worn pair (these shoes last practically forever--mine are over 5 years old) and 1 newer, nicer-looking ones. I rotate them as needed.

    The quality of these shoes has not diminished at all. They are very well made and the materials are of high quality.

    They just slip on and are a really comfortable casual shoe that I literally wear almost every day. I highly recommend them.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alex on January 17, 2014
    Size: 11 D(M) USColor: Burgundy/Brown Verified Purchase
    I've of and on wanted a pair of these since the eighties when my college roommate wore them nonstop. I share the disappointment over manufacture of these overseas but the Haitian made pair I have from Timberland's Amazon store seem to be well made. Having said that, I would gladly pay $50 more for US made quality and the knowledge that US workers had the jobs. That said, they fit well but the reports here regarding running large are true. I have worn an 11.5 for over 30 years. Nikes, Asics and every other running or athletic shoe as well as boots as varied as snowboard and ski boots and Vasques and Danner boots and Cole Haan(garbage) and Allen Edmonds as well as Hush Puppy dress shoes, all fit me in an 11.5. In these, I ordered an 11 medium and the fit is perfect. Perhaps not a full half size large, but darn close to it with a medium thickness sock. I've been wearing them for the last day, and they are becoming more and more comfortable, and are stretching a tad. the initial fit was a little rough, especially with a thin sock, but they are fitting better after a day of wearing. Hopefully, they will wear well. I;d be more confident of that if they were US made. We shall see.
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