Timberland White Ledge Men's Waterproof Boot

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Summary: Good, sturdy boot that has decent support and is very comfortable - and for the most part - waterproof.
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  • Rubber sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 4.75" from arch
  • Hiking boot with oiled-leather finish featuring lace-up vamp and rear pull loop
  • Padded collar
  • Removable dual-density EVA footbed
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You're sure to have an outdoor positive experience when you have these waterproof boots on your feet. They're comfortable, durable and great looking. Imported..

Timberland Men's 6-inch Classic Premium Waterproof Boot

Ideal for day hikes and weekend adventures, the Timberland Men's White Ledge Boots are constructed from full-grain waterproof leather and seam-sealed for complete protection from raindrops and water crossings. These boots include a breathable footbed and multidirectional rubber lugs that help you brake, accelerate, and climb with ease. The padded collar and tongue keep your ankles comfortable and protected as you move.

Timberland Men's 6-inch Classic Premium Waterproof Boot
Timberland Men's 6-inch Classic Premium Waterproof Boot
  • Waterproof full-grain leather upper for comfort
  • Padded collar and tongue protects ankles
  • Breathable EVA footbed offers comfort
  • Multidirectional lugs provide traction
  • Gusseted tongue relieves lace pressure
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Waterproof Leather Keeps Feet Dry

The Timberland White Ledge Boots feature a seam-sealed full-grain leather upper that keep your feet dry and protected while hiking in wet or muddy conditions. The collar and tongue are padded for comfort.

Breathable Footbed Wicks Away Moisture

The boot's removable, dual density EVA footbed is perforated, allowing air to circulate and wick away moisture to keep feet cool and dry.


Comfort
Rubber Sole
B.S.F.P. System for Support and Traction

This boot features Timberland's B.S.F.P. (Brake, Support, Flex, and Propel) system to provide you with excellent traction. A durable rubber outsole contains lugs that help you brake, accelerate, and climb with ease. Primary flex grooves behind the ball of the foot and secondary flex grooves in the toe area respond to your foot's natural stepping motion. A gusseted tongue relieves lace pressure and keeps trail debris out of your boot.


About Timberland

For three generations, Timberland has built a reputation for making rugged outdoor gear. In 1973, Timberland introduced their first waterproof leather boot, setting new standards for craftsmanship, durability, and protection for the outdoors. Timberland gear is built with a passion for the outdoors that is reflected in the company's commitment to the environment.The eyelets on the Whiteledge hiker are designed to move slightly. This allows the lacing system to contour to the foot as the wearer flexes and bends his foot. This is a traditional feature of hiking boots.

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Timberland Men's White Ledge Boots

Trademark Information:
Timberland®
Taslan®
B.S.F.P.®

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  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000VX584E
  • Item model number: Whiteledge Hiker
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2001
  • 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
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,215 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    I had owned a pair of these for over four years and they never let me down. I use them for all types of hiking form the Alaska to Yellowstone, from the White Mountains in NH to the Great Smoky Mountains in the south. Always comfortable and water resistant. After over 4 years of on and off use the bottoms are wearing out and the leather, which is still in great condition, is beginning to separate from the sole on one of the boots. Comfortable fit and long lasting for a great price. I just replaced them with a pair of Timberline Chocorua boots which have the identical bottom but slightly higher ankle support and a Gore-Tex liner for better breathing. Both of these boots are great and if you don't mind spending a few more dollars consider the Chocorua line for the above reasons, you can't go wrong with either.

    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 pair of Timberlines and the leather is still soft and water resistant after almost five years.

    Tip 2: For serious hikes do not use cheap cotton socks. Instead either use wool socks in winter or Hiking Socks. Hiking socks, like Thorlo are expensive but well worth it because they not only wick away moisture, which cotton does not, but also and provides much better cushioning to reduce shear and impact forces so your feet feel great and minimizes the potential for blisters. The weak link of a good boot is the socks - it took me years to realize this.
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    It's hard for me to say enough great things about these boots. I initially bought them while I was in college in upstate NY, where winters are long and snowy and springs are wet and muddy. I thought they were a decent-looking pair of comfortable boots i wouldn't mind wearing to class on poor-weather days. What I never expected was how well and how long they would perform in a wide range of fairly demanding scenarios.

    Not only have I worn them walking up hill to class, but I have put countless miles hiking in the Adirondacks in NY, Green Mountains in VT, White Mountains in NH, desert hills in Baja California and snowy treks in Utah. Plus I have worn them 4-wheeling, mountain biking and fishing (ankle-deep submerged for extended periods of time), all without ever having a problem or wishing I had a different pair!

    Last year my parents' and grandparents' houses flooded, and I spent hundreds of hours working in the water, mud, sand, you name it, carrying refrigerators, washer/dryers, kitchen sinks, etc. out of their houses. I never had a leak or rolled an anke, or even felt sore in my feet. They have fabulous support, padded ankles, durable natural leather, and are incredibly lightweight. What more could you need in a boot??!!

    I often go out looking for new hiking boots, thinking that a more technical pair would suit my outdoor activities. But after almost 5 years of wearing them, I could not be happier and just bought my second pair. I can't wait to see where they take me!

    As a side note, I was on the phone with my Dad the other day, who said he had to go help someone with a new property on top of hill (it's winter).
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    Size: 8 D(M) USSpecial Size Type: standardColor: Dark Brown Verified Purchase
    I have had so many pairs of Timberland boots that have lasted for years. I bought these only a few months ago and they are already falling apart where the leather meets the sole. I cannot believe that these are even being made and sold for as much as they were....
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    Size: 14 D(M) USSpecial Size Type: standardColor: Dark Brown Verified Purchase
    I bought these for my son for a field trip in Montana and he took them brand new on the trip. After two weeks the entire sole was ripped out and hanging loose.

    If you have any type of rugged terrain or hiking to do DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!
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    Size: 11.5 D(M) USSpecial Size Type: standardColor: Dark Brown Verified Purchase
    Pros:
    - Thick, one piece leather uppers
    - Solid bonding of sole to upper
    - Comfortable, No Break-in needed
    - Color = Dirt
    - Good traction in snow, rock and gravel
    - Laces that stay tight
    - True to size
    - Nice padded collar
    - Price, about the same as a resole
    - Metal, not plastic, lace hooks

    Cons:
    - No steel foot-bed, too flexible
    - One tongue not centered
    - Soft rubber sole collects cactus
    - Not waterproof

    Since I received these in late July I've put over 200-miles on them in 4-12 mile day hikes. Most hikes have been on trails, but a few off trail on steep side slopes and talus. Both off trail uses highlight the weakness of these boots. The lack of a steel foot-bed makes the sole too flexible for comfortable off trail hiking on steep terrain.

    The cactus con was a surprise. For miles around my house small prickly pear are common and with leather uppers and Vibram soles I just ignored the cactus. My first hike with these and the soles were filled with a combination of needles and crushed cactus pedals. Basically the sole rubber is too soft to reject the needles, unlike a hard rubber Vibram sole.

    The Timberland website claims waterproof, not what I experienced. Took a 4-mile,4-hour hike in 2" of snow where the boot toes were frequently dusted with snow, when I got home my socks were damp. Never experienced that with my Gore-Tex boots.

    I'm only mildly disappointed with these boots, they have limitations and I'll need to use them where they are best suited.
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