Timberland Mens 11893 Mid Chocorua Boot - Black

3.8 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

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Not because they are breaking down, but to have one pair for kicking around and one pair as a nice pair.
The Timberland Chocurua Trail boots fit great & were extremly comfortable right out of the box.
Side note I've been wearing Timberland workbooks for the past 6 months with punched eyelets and have had no problems.
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  • Leather
  • Imported
  • Lug Sole sole
  • Seam-sealed waterproof construction keep feet dry in any weather
  • Padded collar and tongue for additional comfort in motion
  • Moisture wicking textile lining to keep feet dry and comfortable
  • External heel covering provides rear foot protection
  • Waterproof

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The Timberland Chochorua Trail Hiker Boot is perfect for day hikes and all other outdoor activities. Product Features: Seam-sealed waterproof construction keep feet dry in any weather Padded collar and tongue for additional comfort in motion Moisture wicking textile lining to keep feet dry and comfortable External heel covering provides rear foot protection Waterproof Durable rubber outsole with the B.S.F.P. motion efficiency system B.S.F.P: Braking, supporting, flexing and propelling Provides improved traction and longer wearing performance Removable, dual-density, EVA footbed Comfort and perforated for additional air circulation Gore-Tex membrane provides breathable waterproof protection Premium, full-grain, waterproof leather Weight: 2 lbs 5 oz. per pair

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000DZX64Y
  • Item model number: TBO18193
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2005
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #136,998 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    I bought my first pair of these boots in October 2005 and just replaced them with another pair today (March 2007). The old ones had about 1700 miles on them and were getting a bit worn out. My job involves walking most of the day through people's yards and sometimes cross-country. These boots are light, comfortable right out of the box, and waterproof. In nearly 31 years on the job I've never had any boots as comfortable as these, and I've worn just about all the brands out there.

    I'm also a backpacker and would recommend these for all but the toughest hikes.
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    This is one of the lightest yet most well constructed pair of boots I've worn recently. My GF got them for me recently since she saw them on my Amazon.com wishlist, and I am thankful she did. These boots feel so light they almost feel like they give my running shoes a run for their money in weight. I almost feel asleep with them on and barely noticed as I was dozing off they were still on.

    I've yet to use them in inclement weather as I have so many other light and medium duty hiking boots, but just from how they feel and how they are constructed, I doubt they'll do badly. They vent well so my feet stay dry, and they look great. Tread grip is typical for the type, especially being so new.

    The one concern I was wary of were the two top lace metal grooves above ankle height. I've had boots that had similar lace grooves, and they were made of thin gauge stamped metal most of the time, and they would end up breaking off after a few months of wear due to metal fatigue and stress. The lace grooves on this boot are of a somewhat heavier gauge and they aren't stamped either. I doubt I'll have a similar problem with them as I have experienced in the past, but if I do, I'll definitely post about it here.
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    Size: 10.5 D(M) USColor: Brown
    Edited on 6/2011 to add: These boots just climbed its namesake, Mt Chocorua in the White Mountain Forest of New Hampshire, an strenuous 8 mile, 7 hour, 2,000 foot climb and my feet were fine. Also, a month before I wore them on a more strenuous hike, Mt Lafayette along the Franconia Ridge Walk in the White Mountain Forest - a 9 mile, 11 hour (for me), 3,900 foot climb to an elevation of 5,300 feet - the best hike with the best views ever, boot hikes strongly recommended if in the area. Anyway, these boots, along with hiking socks, kept my feet comfortable with zero complaints.

    The Timberline Chicorua boots are sturdy, comfortable and waterproof. I had owned a pair of the slightly less expense Timberland White Ledge boots for over 4 years which have identical bottom and I loved them. For my replacement boots I decided to move up to the next model in the line, the Chicorua, because of the slightly taller support around the ankle and the Gore-Tex membrane which makes them more breathable. My first test was a 4 mile mountain hike over rocky terrain and they felt great without any previous break-in period. I have now used them for backcountry hiking up rough terrain in the White Mountains and Acadia National Park on a 10 day trip and my feet never felt better during or after the hike - no complaints at all, these are the best boots I ever owned!!!

    Tip 1: As soon as you get these boots rub the leather with some mink oil and repeat a few times year. This will keep them waterproof and insure the leather doesn't dry or crack and will extend their useful life. I did this with my last pair of Timberlines and the leather still looks great after over 4 years.

    Tip 2: For serious hikes do not use cheap cotton socks. Instead either use wool socks in winter or Hiking Socks.
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    Size: 10.5 D(M) USColor: Brown
    Okay I have bought two different versions of this shoe one in black the other in brown leather with green nylon. Both were incredibly comfortable. I loved them for the time I could wear them. However, that was only for four days. Seems in order to save some money (on a 120 dollar shoe this amazed me) Timberland decided to use bent metal eyelets for the shoe strings on the lower half of the shoe rather than a more durable cast eyelets or simple punched eyelets. Note I'm not talking about the hooks on the upper half but the lower portion. After wearing them for four days the eyelet broke at one of the bends. This type of quality fits well for the 50$ or under crowd but the 100$ or higher I just couldn't believe it. Also, note this was the second pair not the first, as the first one came with the eyelet already broken. They were so comfortable that I gave them a second chance. Unless Timberland replaces my eyelets with cast ones I'll be returning these and won't be giving them a third chance. These boots are for those trendy types who want to look like the outdoors type at the clubs but are not for the outdoors. Stay away from these boots as your hiking could be ruined if the eyelets fail at a bad time.

    Side note I've been wearing Timberland workbooks for the past 6 months with punched eyelets and have had no problems.
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    By J. Doe on December 9, 2008
    Size: 10.5 D(M) USColor: Brown
    Hiked for a week in Glacier National Park and the Canadian Rockies and they were comfortable the entire time. I've also taken them hiking through 6 inches of melting Wisconsin snow in the spring time, and they kept my feet warm and dry. I'd definitely buy these again.
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