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- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately Low-Top" from arch
- Sporty boat shoe featuring moccasin toe and slotted collar with rawhide lacing. 3/4-length leather-lined EVA footbeds
- EVA insert with Poron foam
- 3/4-length leather-lined EVA footbeds
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Classic details and modern comfort team up for a smart addition to your workweek or weekend wardrobes..
Timberland's Men's Classic 2-Eye boat shoe delivers a traditional nautical feel with grippy rubber outsoles for maximum traction on slippery or wet surfaces and a handsewn premium leather upper. You'll find yourself wearing these ruggedly casual shoes often, whether you're actually lounging on the deck of a boat, at the office or strolling around town.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B002VPE1RU
- Item model number: Classic 2-Eye Boat Shoe
- 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.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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They are probably designed to be worn without socks, but even still the fit is tight.
Otherwise they are well made and designed to last. Just get the size right.
Once I was old enough to buy my own, I did--and I've worn them for almost 50 years.
But I'll never wear them again.
These are now junk. Made in China, sized about ONE size small, width for the M is about an AA.
My closet is full of Timberland shoes but these are the last pair I'll ever buy. You should see them, really. The front of the shoe is about 2 inches wide--no American in the world could get his foot into it unless he had no toes.
Assuming they were made the way they used to be made, I threw away the box and packaging material, so I'm trying everything I know to make them wearable. I've saturated them in Leather honey, been wearing them for 2 days without socks, and have been using VISE GRIPS to get the horribly placed seams smooth.
Horrible, horrible shoes.
The one thing I don't understand is why Timberland puts a half insole support in these shoes. If you look at the photo with the top view you will see an orange liner that looks like it is there for foot support. Not only does it not offer support, but it only runs halfway through the shoes. This means that the balls of your feet are on leather, not the liner. It wouldn't be bad, but the liner easily comes unglued, especially if you go sockless, then it flaps around until you either try to glue it back in place or rip it out. I guess it is there to make the Timberland logo visible to the prospective buyer but it is less than useless.
I first started wearing Sperry and have tried most brands. This time I chose the Timberland Classic Boat Shoe. I liked the way it looks. I like the fit, comfortable but not too snug. It has a nice built up arch support. The shoe is nice leather uppers and the standard rubber sole for traction on wet surfaces. I no longer am active in sailing, but this shoe is a great deck shoe.
It is well made. And has the leather shoe lace.
These are much more competitively priced that most other brands. I cannot tell the difference in the quality of this shoe compared to the more expensive brands. It is easy to tell the difference in the price.
Looks Great, Wears Well, Fantastic Pricing.
But if you want to wear normal thickness socks with these shoes, you may want to order a half size larger.
They have actually surpassed Sperry in comfort, and durability as well as affordability. They get worn and beat on daily, almost every day, for 9-10 months out of the year . I Will continue to purchase as long as quality remains. fit as expected (I wear a 9 M). Worth the $ and looks good.
* * Note this is the same review I gave for the last pair I bought a year and few month ago. And they are still a damn good boat shoe
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