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0C114WN0P8J477 Men’s chocorua path mid waterproof boot

(7 customer reviews)

$102.41$106.39

  • one hundred% waterproof leather
  • imported
  • rubber sole
  • shaft measures about five” from arch
  • heel measures about 1″
  • boot beginning measures approximately 13″ round
  • premium complete-grain water-proof leather and mesh uppers
  • timberdry membrane offers breathable water-proof protection
  • adjustable rustproof lacing device for a custom designed healthy
  • compression-molded eva midsole presents lightweight cushioning and shock absorption
  • included by using the timberland restrained warranty. For whole terms, limitations, and instructions on the way to make a warranty claim, please visit the timberland website.
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timberland men’s chocorua path gore-tex mid trekking boot

those men’s boots mean commercial enterprise on the trails, lend a rugged aesthetic to your streetwear look and use gore-tex membranes to maintain your ft dry.

  • water-proof leather and mesh uppers
  • gore-tex bootie production for water-resistant safety
  • rustproof hardware
  • absolutely gusseted tongue
  • anti-fatigue detachable footbeds
  • eva midsoles
  • product description

    “pops of pink against wealthy brown leather-based enhances our norwood ladies’s hiking boots smooth, trail-equipped good looks. These waterproof leather-based boots fend off raindrops on your manner down the street to the canine park and overcome mountain streams in style. Our mythical chocorua water resistant hiking boots are better than ever, entire with timberdry membrane and completely gusseted tongue to maintain out water and particles. These men’s boots imply commercial enterprise on the trails and lend a rugged aesthetic to your streetwear appearance.”

    size_name

    7, 7 Wide, 7.5, 7.5 Wide, 8, 8 Wide, 8.5, 8.5 Wide, 9, 9 Wide, 9.5, 9.5 Wide, 10, 10 Wide, 10.5, 10.5 Wide, 11, 11 Wide, 11.5, 11.5 Wide, 12, 12 Wide, 13, 13 Wide, 14, 14 Wide, 15, 15 Wide

    color_name

    Brown/Green, Black, Dark Brown Full-grain

    7 reviews for 0C114WN0P8J477 Men’s chocorua path mid waterproof boot

    1. A. A. Amari

      First The Pros: These boots have a nice look, they are not bulky like some hikers, and they are extremely lightweight for boots. The fit and comfort is almost perfect out of the box & easily perfected with an upgraded insole. If you look at the pics you can see that I used to strongly believe in the Timberland brand. I usually hike in pretty DRY areas, and by hike, I simply mean that I aggressively walk with backpack through wooded and flat areas for a couple of hours. That is how I’m assuming Timberland got away with the fraud for so long, I never tested their claims in any moist settings.I recently changed my routine from afternoon hikes & started early morning hikes instead to avoid the heat. To my surprise my “WATERPROOF” boots had my feet soaked within minutes of walking in the morning dewed grass. I was literally at a loss for words and miserable as I continued. That same day, I made tons of mental excuses for Timberland, as to why my boots were not really waterproof. So after much debate, I regretfully continued my blind loyalty and ordered another pair, this time I got the “Chocorua Trail Gore-Tex Mid Hiking Boot” mainly because they are said to be GORE-TEX. I know from my full military career that Gore-Tex is great and has never let me down in 20+ years, so I felt like this was a safe purchase.The shipping came promptly, as majority of Prime packages do, and the boots looked nice out of the box. Next morning, I laced them up, and hit the trail for a light “break in” hike. About a mile in, I felt really glad that I made the switch from my “Timberland White Ledge Men’s Waterproof Boot” (which I also bought on Amazon) simply labeled “waterproof” to the obviously superior “Gor-Tex.” Unfortunately the joy was very short lived. Less than half a mile later, I could feel the water on my toes. Extremely disappointed at this time I just stopped, took the pic that you see and filmed a bit of the hike just for the sake of this review. I can’t believe I’ve been screwed by such an established company.Once I got home, I took a few pictures, dusted the grass off of the boots and left them to dry next to the other Timberland failures. The next morning the boots had turned a very dusty brown color, just from being exposed to that small amount of water. I have never saw that happen with my other ones. That strange occurrence was just more insult to injury. Obviously, I have requested a return for the “Gor-Tex” boots. I wish there was a way to get my money back on the first two pair of boots as well. I missed the 30 day window. If this only happened to one pair, or model, I probably would have continued making excuses for Timberland. At this point, I cannot believe that any of these shoes are made with the material that they are advertised.To Be Clear: I ordered 3 different pair of Timberland’s, all allegedly waterproof and NONE held up to the basic morning dew in the field that I hike (which can be seen in the video attached.)Timberland Men’s Euro Hiker Boot (failed)Timberland White Ledge Men’s Waterproof Boot (failed)Timberland Men’s Chocorua Trail Gore-Tex Mid Hiking Boot (failed)Please feel free to give me some recommendations for boots that will handle my small demands. Thanks for your time!Read more

    2. Brandy Martin

      My husband reads electric meters as his profession. He works 5 or 6 days per week, and on some days he walks for 4 to 5 hours at a time, over various terrain, in all weather conditions. These boots last about 6 months before they start falling apart, which is much longer than most boots for him. The waterproofing is good and holds up pretty well. Very comfortable and don’t agitate his somewhat finicky, wide feet. I’ve attached photos to show pictures of new boots versus an old pair after 7 months of abuse from my husband. Keep in mind, these boots hold up better than all others we have tried (Rocky, Under Amour, and many others). Although eventually the water proofing breaks down as the structure of the boot is compromised, the boots do not become uncomfortable or bothersome.Read more

    3. Richard Bushong

      The boots you receive are not the boots shown or described. Description says they have Gortex water proofing and pics show a Gortex badge on boots. They in fact do not have Gortex. They infact use something called “timber dry” and have a timber dry badge instead of the Gortex badge shown in pics. These are either fraudulent or counterfeit Timberland boots.Read more

    4. Jerald Wuorenmaa

      I liked the fit, style, and construction of a previous version of these I had tried on. But as other recent reviews indicate, THESE are NOT Gore-Tex. And that material was the main reason for my purchase. It is not clear whether the proprietary replacement material/construction, “Timber Dry,” is even a breathable membrane. So I returned them in short order.I needed boots at the time these were delivered, so I ended up buying different boots at a local store the same day, which I guess is good for them! But the listing for these needs to be changed or removed. It appears that the style has been discontinued, as all that appears on the Timberland website is “Chocorua II.” So put these on a closeout sale!Read more

    5. Brennan Johnson

      I owned a pair of these for several years and wore them to the point of having almost no tread and ripped up fabric–easily 250+ miles. They were the most comfortable hiking boots I’ve ever worn. And that’s why I bought them again.The new pair is just as comfortable. However, I’ve worn them for no more than 40 miles and already one of the lace eyelets is bent to the point of nearly breaking. I’d just assume that that is a fluke–maybe I happened to step down between rocks just so. But in addition to that, one of the boots has a significant rip between the fabric and leather, and the other one is showing signs that it’s about to do the same (see pics). Either the quality is way lower than it was previously, or else I just got very unlucky with this particular pair. I’m assuming the former is true. I can’t recommend them.Read more

    6. Stephen L. Swander

      I ordered these shoes a month before our trip to the Smoky Mountains. They arrived very quickly and fit as expected. I wore them a little before our trip to loosen them up for some light hiking. They were very comfortable and looked great! I then wore them on some light hiking (max 3 miles a day) in the national park on dry but sometimes rocky hiking trails. They performed beautifully. No foot fatigue. Then this week while working in the yard I noticed one boot was feeling a little loose. A closer inspection revealed one of the seams where the lacing meets the body of the boot had let go (pictures to follow). I was crushed as the boots still looked dang near brand new. Needless to say they will be going back…Read more

    7. Colt Cutrer

      I’ve worn the hell out of these things for a little over a year. I’ve worn the to work for 4-5 days a week and hiked up Mt. Fuji and through creeks in these. They have been VERY comfortable. Two flaws with these as other users have mentioned are the rubbing on the top of your toes. To me, it wasn’t a noticeable feeling, but I have a few callouses on top of my toes now. Also, the sole was the first thing to start messing up. It started to separate off the bottom of the shoe. Overall I got my $100 worth. I probably put these shoes through a lot more than they were designed for, but if they would have held up a bit longer I would’ve given them 5 stars.Read more

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