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- 100% Leather
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 6.5" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1"
- Platform measures approximately 0.5"
- Slight variations in the hue of the premium leather may naturally occur.
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For more than 40 years, Timberland has earned a rock-solid reputation for bringing premium footwear, apparel and accessories to men, women and kids with a perfect blend of craft and versatility, in styles from rugged to refined. Pioneers in the boot industry, Timberland has come to represent innovative comfort, durability and bold style that’ll take you wherever you need to go.
Timberland Men's Earthkeepers 6" Lace-Up Boot
These are our flagship Earthkeepers men's boots. We haven't sacrificed quality or rugged good looks to make them eco-conscious - their style and durable performance speak for themselves over seasons of wear.
- Premium full-grain leather uppers
- Breathable linings are made with 50% PET (recycled plastic bottles)
- Laces are made with 100% PET (recycled plastic bottles)
- Removable anti-fatigue footbeds provide all-day comfort and support
- Durable outsoles are made with 15% recycled rubber
Wondering about sizing? We recommend buying boots a size down from your usual sneaker size. So if you’re a sneaker size 11, order a size 10. Upper made with premium 100% full-grain leather from an LWG Silver-rated tannery. Breathable linings are made with 50% PET (recycled plastic bottles). Laces are made with 100% PET (recycled plastic bottles). Removable anti-fatigue footbeds with Gripstick™ rubber provide all-day comfort and support. Durable outsoles are made with 15% recycled rubber. Weight of a single boot (size 9): 1 pound, 3 ounces. Imported.
Timberland's Earthkeepers boots are original, rugged boots with a smaller environmental footprint than other shoes have. Timberland durability combined with lightweight versatility, along with linings made from recycled materials, outsoles made with recycled rubber and the all-day comfort of their exclusive Smart Comfort Biorhythmic system.
Timberland set new industry standards for craftsmanship, durability and protection when it introduced an authentic, waterproof leather boot in 1973. A global leader in design, engineering and marketing of premium footwear, Timberland values consumers who
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.45 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B001BFFTO0
- Item model number: -
- Date first listed on Amazon: September 14, 2004
- 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.
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I marvel at people who buy the wrong boot for the wrong purpose and then bash the boot instead of educating themselves on the different types and quality levels of boots out there for purchase. Know what you are buying, know your feet, know the purpose, and buy accordingly. In all reality these are more boot looking high top shoes... but they look so good and feel like slippers, not boots... so I'm happy. Anyway, my two cents...
It is a shame, the last 3 pairs of boots I have had have been Timberlands, and they were used in a much harder environment, and all lasted until the tread was gone(2-3 years)
I did call the customer service, and they told me they would send me new boots, but that I get to have the pleasure of paying for the shipping. I know it will only be a few bucks, but the principal of me having to pay to correct their mistake tells me they dont want my continued long term business. I was told and I quote "that's just our policy," I also have to fill out a warranty claim online, they could not start a claim over the phone.
I'll pay the $10/$15 bucks shipping to have these replaced, and I'll never buy another pair of Timberlands again.
The dark brown boot is very dark, somewhat darker from the photos that are posted.
I would say you should buy a FULL size down from your normal shoe/sneaker size. I wear a 9 in Vans/Adidas sneakers and went with a 8 in the Burnished Brown and they fit great!
A shoelace did get messed up when trying to feed them through the loops but it’s not really a big problem. I really did not like the insole so I replaced them with some Dr.Scholl’s and they feel even better.
I really like them because you can put your pants in them for a nice style or put them over and use them like a dress shoe.
On further inspection I found other defects that would have me throwing these out after owning only a few months. The sole on right boot and end points of tongue stitching of left boot are already coming unglued! Additionally the stitching on the big toe knuckle on the right boot is also beginning to frey. I've bought cheap Walmart boots that held up better.
I also knew they weren't waterproof buuuut they soak in the slightest bit of moisture! These boots give "moisture wicking" a whole new meaning! These boots are also drafty.
I was not expecting insulated boots but I've never had my toes go so cold so quickly... especially on the right! Where incidentally the toe has already caved in and seems like a different material in this spot on the right boot than the left boot... odd huh?
I am taking these to Kohl's today. Dropping off the shoes there was a return option. So that is one extra star in their favor! It is a convenient option for me.
I hope I didnt throw out the box! I think I did cause I was like "these are Timberlands! I'll never need this box cause these boots will last for years!" Hah... boy was I wrong!