Timberland Men's Chocorua Trail Mid Waterproof Hiking-Boots
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- 100% Waterproof Leather
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 5 from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1"
- Boot opening measures approximately 12" around
- These waterproof men's hiking boots mean business on the trails, lend a rugged aesthetic to your streetwear look, and use Timberdry membranes to keep your feet dry.
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Founded in 1973, Timberland is a global outdoor lifestyle brand based in Stratham, New Hampshire, with international headquarters in Switzerland and Hong Kong. Best known for its original yellow boot designed for the harsh elements of New England, Timberland today offers a full range of footwear, apparel and accessories for people who value purposeful style and share the brand’s passion for enjoying – and protecting -- nature. Timberland is a VF Corporation brand.
Timberland Men's Chocorua Trail Gore-Tex Mid Hiking Boot
These men's boots mean business on the trails, lend a rugged aesthetic to your streetwear look and use Gore-Tex membranes to keep your feet dry.
- Waterproof leather and mesh uppers
- GORE-TEX bootie construction for waterproof protection
- Rustproof hardware
- Fully gusseted tongue
- EVA midsoles
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|TimberDry Eco-conscious Waterproof Membrane||✓||✓|
|Compression-molded EVA foam midsole comfort system||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Material||Rubber lug sole 100% Premium responsibly-sourced leather upper||Rubber lug sole, 100% Premium responsibly-sourced leather upper||Recycled Rubber Lug Sole, 100% Premium responsibly-sourced leather upper||Recycled Rubber Lug Sole, 100% Premium responsibly-sourced leather upper||Rubber lug sole 100% Premium responsibly-sourced leather upper||Recycled Rubber Sole, 100% Premium responsibly-sourced leather upper|
|ReBOTL fabric lining||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Removable Anti-Fatigue Footbed||✓||✓|
Mid Waterproof Hiker with EVA midsole This Chocorua sandal from Timberland will fit perfectly into your active lifestyle. With its oiled nubuck upper and cushioned, moisture-wicking linings, there isn't much that this sandal can't handleplus, it will deliver unbelievable comfort, matched with optimum traction.
This Chocorua sandal from Timberland will fit perfectly into your active lifestyle. With its oiled nubuck upper and cushioned, moisture-wicking linings, there isn't much that this sandal can't handle--plus, it will deliver unbelievable comfort, matched with optimum traction.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 12 x 9 x 6 inches; 1.81 Pounds
- Item model number : TB018193001
- Department : mens
- Date First Available : March 15, 2005
- Manufacturer : Timberland
- ASIN : B002P2V5UU
- Best Sellers Rank: #215,852 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
- #214 in Men's Hiking Boots
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Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2019
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I had been wearing the big "D" boots for years, in particular the striker series. They changed them, two more times from the original, and their last iteration was impossible to wear. Seriously, those boots is all I ever wore, work, home, beach, etc. Trying things like the popular "C" shoes, sneaks, etc. all gave my feet major problems even with orthotics. I'm as flat footed as they come, so this is always an issue and thus why I wear orthotics.
Fast forward and I did a lot of research on boots. I had thought of trying a more common name in uniform boots, but wanted to try these because of the good reviews. These turned out to be an awesome find. I know that I was wearing an 11 EE in the big "D" and so I ordered the 11.5 EE (wide) in the Timberlands and that turned out to be a good idea. Their sizes run a tad small and definitely not as wide. Timberlands EE is more narrow than the big "D" EE. Since they don't make an even wider size, I'll make due. And the leather will surely stretch, it always does.
The quality of these is amazing. They have a great build quality, seems to be very comfortable though I have just started wearing them today. They do accommodate an orthodic, but not as well as some other wide boots may. Either way I have been wearing them since USPS delivered today (SUNDAY) and they feel good. This is a first, never had a pair of shoes or boots that I could wear the whole day and not have aching feet.
The only real problem I see is that this size is sold out everywhere. Even Amazon. I can only hope they are not discontinued, that would be awful and would have to start searching all over again for something that fits and works with my feet. I even tried a pair of Timberland White Ledge or something, 11 EE, and those are being returned. They are not wide enough, not long enough, and they cut down across the top of my foot no matter how loose I make them. My goal is just to buy enough of these to have on hand as the others wear, to go into a new pair. I figure a pair of boots, worn all day and night, might last 9 months-1 year, if I get more that is great. But a year is a good plan even per my foot doctor as they wear down over that year.
If you like brown, or you can find these in your size, go for it. They are awesome boots and feel very comfortable, even on someone who has major foot issues with fit/comfort/etc. I've written to Timberland to see what their future plans are for this model.
UPDATE: After about a week, my feet could not be happier. They are working out well. In fact, much better than my previous brand boot that I was wearing for 7-10 years. I would buy 2 new pairs of those other brand boots each year. I'd wear a pair to work, then come home and get changed, and wear the other. And after a year, they were both worn down pretty bad. I'd know because my knees would start hurting. So, I can only hope these hold up as well.....so far, so good. Bad part is these are on backorder until October, 2014 per Timberland. (in black)
In Florida, there isn't much rocky/steep terrain to test these against, but they've definitely proven they can keep grip in the wet stuff. Which is good, because you run into a lot of wet stuff around here. The waterproofing has so far proven true to the advertising. I haven't treated these with mink oil (yet) but for the one hike they've been out on, they've kept my socks dry even in two inch deep water.
Lately I've been breaking them in by wearing them during a normal day and they have succeeded in giving me confidence that I can wear them for a full 14 hours without feeling worn out or getting sore, tired feet. With high arches, I do experience a bit of fatigue late in the day, but it's mitigated by the lacing options of the boots.
The lacing eyelets seem to follow what I would expect to see on a hiep terrain king boot. I've no other previous boots to base my experience on but the hot button issue with these seems to be the quick lacing eyelets for the ankle and the quality of them. So far, I've approached them cautiously, but even with a good tightening they seem to hold sturdy.
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Otherwise waterproof enough for showers and maybe the odd dip in water.