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- Leather and Textile
- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately 5" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1"
- Premium full-grain waterproof leather for durability and abrasion resistance
- Seam-sealed waterproof construction plus Gore-Tex membrane which provides breathable waterproof protection
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Timberland set new industry standards for craftsmanship, durability and protection when it introduced an authentic, waterproof leather boot in 1973. A global leader in design, engineering and marketing of premium footwear, Timberland values consumers who cherish the outdoors and their time in it. Timberland has been an industry leader in the use of both sustainable and recycled materials in its shoes, as well as its footwear packaging. The Timberland Company believes in corporate responsibility and supports numerous civic and social projects throughout the year.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B003VMZO7I
- Item model number: Chocorua Trail Gore-Tex Mid
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2005
- Domestic 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.
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I recently changed my routine from afternoon hikes & started early morning hikes instead to avoid the heat. To my surprise my "WATERPROOF" boots had my feet soaked within minutes of walking in the morning dewed grass. I was literally at a loss for words and miserable as I continued. That same day, I made tons of mental excuses for Timberland, as to why my boots were not really waterproof. So after much debate, I regretfully continued my blind loyalty and ordered another pair, this time I got the "Chocorua Trail Gore-Tex Mid Hiking Boot" mainly because they are said to be GORE-TEX. I know from my full military career that Gore-Tex is great and has never let me down in 20+ years, so I felt like this was a safe purchase.
The shipping came promptly, as majority of Prime packages do, and the boots looked nice out of the box. Next morning, I laced them up, and hit the trail for a light "break in" hike. About a mile in, I felt really glad that I made the switch from my "Timberland White Ledge Men's Waterproof Boot" (which I also bought on Amazon) simply labeled "waterproof" to the obviously superior "Gor-Tex.” Unfortunately the joy was very short lived. Less than half a mile later, I could feel the water on my toes. Extremely disappointed at this time I just stopped, took the pic that you see and filmed a bit of the hike just for the sake of this review. I can’t believe I’ve been screwed by such an established company.
Once I got home, I took a few pictures, dusted the grass off of the boots and left them to dry next to the other Timberland failures. The next morning the boots had turned a very dusty brown color, just from being exposed to that small amount of water. I have never saw that happen with my other ones. That strange occurrence was just more insult to injury. Obviously, I have requested a return for the “Gor-Tex" boots. I wish there was a way to get my money back on the first two pair of boots as well. I missed the 30 day window. If this only happened to one pair, or model, I probably would have continued making excuses for Timberland. At this point, I cannot believe that any of these shoes are made with the material that they are advertised.
To Be Clear: I ordered 3 different pair of Timberland's, all allegedly waterproof and NONE held up to the basic morning dew in the field that I hike (which can be seen in the video attached.)
Timberland Men's Euro Hiker Boot (failed)
Timberland White Ledge Men's Waterproof Boot (failed)
Timberland Men's Chocorua Trail Gore-Tex Mid Hiking Boot (failed)
Please feel free to give me some recommendations for boots that will handle my small demands. Thanks for your time!
I needed boots at the time these were delivered, so I ended up buying different boots at a local store the same day, which I guess is good for them! But the listing for these needs to be changed or removed. It appears that the style has been discontinued, as all that appears on the Timberland website is "Chocorua II." So put these on a closeout sale!
There are great for lightness and ankle support which is primarily why I bought a new pair.