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- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 7.25" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.25"
- Platform measures approximately 0.75"
- Removable insole
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Leather boot featuring padded collar, lace-up vamp, and logo detail at side heel. imported. rubber sole. shaft measures approximately 6.25 from arch. heel measures approximately 1.25 . platform measures approximately 75 boot opening measures approximately 14.5 around. 400 grams of primaloft insulation for superior warmth and comfort.
There's just no substitute for a sturdy, guaranteed waterproof boot to keep feet comfortable and dry, rain or shine. And Timberland has been making this one since they opened their doors more than thirty years ago. Rugged and dependable, they like to think of it as the role model for everything they make today.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: Dominican Republic
- ASIN: B001AQVMDM
- Item model number: 6" Premium Boot
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 6, 2000
- 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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Like always with Timberland boots, I wear a size 9 in Nikes so I had to go to 8.5 for these boots. They have always ran half a size smaller than normal for some reason. Hopefully these boots are made to the same quality as my older Timberlands. They are still holding up all these years later, just dirty nowadays. I just got this new pair so only time will tell how long they last. I've read other reviews talk about the sole coming off, etc. I don't think the sole will come off unless you really go to town with the boots. For a fashion wearing standpoint, you probably won't ever tear the sole up. You'll get the leather dirty long before you actually destroy the boot. For those that intend to use these boots for work... I would suggest something else. I actually use the Sketchers Cascade Logger boots for work. I do a lot of tunnel walking and they have held up great and cost half the price. Timberlands are great! Don't get me wrong, hell I just bought a pair. But, I only plan to wear them as a fashion kinda thing. Not work.
They went from hard as a rock, to ok, on the first couple of days.
I wear a 9.5-10. I bought the 9.5.
With the gel soles in them, they are JUST too tight, so i took them out.
I have been tying them tightly, lacing them up to stretch them to fit.
The only part of the boot that is not exactly correct is the "heel box".
My feet move up and down in the boot, because there is no pronounced pocket for my heels to slide back in to, to anchor my feet down in the boot. I hope that will improve as I form fit the top leather. (I have had these boots for about 2 weeks now).
I still like them.
The 2 pieces of the sole separated as pictured, couldn't even superglue them back together.
The inside heel backing fell apart look like my cats got inside and clawed the inside out.
The arch support is terrible but with arch inserts it can be corrected.
If you wear these for show as celebrity's do or to school or the mall or when you go out for looks, they will probably last as intended.
If your on your feet 8-10 hours a day and actually work in them and weigh over 225lbs, They will fall apart like a cheap knock off dept store boot that you can pick up for a 1/8 of the price of these.
I owned these barely a year before they past the point of return and are now in a landfill somewhere. I hate to give bad reviews, Ive wore Timberland's since the 90s, I have a dress pair I wear when I go out, but my work pair fell apart way too early. Im now trying the PRO version which are usually cheaper then these, but seem better made, better arch supports by default so far, but time will tell. I think the photos say more then any words, Im a 6ft - 220lbs man on my feet for 8-10 hours and this is how they held up after a year of my usage. So if your like me and think price dictates quality, these are all price, but not much more quality then boots half the price.