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- Rubber 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..
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- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000WDS1OC
- Item model number: Icon 3-eye Classic Lug
- 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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.Read more ›
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used to wear these all the time back in the 80's when I was teen (telling my age) so this was a bit of a retro style purchase for me. They still feel and fit like I remember. Read morePublished 9 days ago by RThomasII
What a terrific pair of shoes today as they were years ago! I am absolutely amazed they are as fine of a product as 25+ years ago. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great service, I have wide feet and I was concerned about the fit. I ordered the wide size option and it was worth it.Published 26 days ago by Ron
Contrary to major complaints about a white stain/dust on the leather , I say just wipe and wear. Use a soft fiber cloth,the leather isn't all natural due to factory processes MAYBE... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Patrick