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- Premium full-grain waterproof leather upper provides protection to keep feet dry and comfortable for protection in any weather
- Waterproof/breathable gore-tex membrane keeps feet dry and comfortable for protection in any weather
- Outer Material: Leather
- Inner Material: Manmade
- Sole: Gum Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Heel Type: Flat
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The Timberland Chochorua Trail Hiker Boot is perfect for day hikes and all other outdoor activities. Product Features: Seam-sealed waterproof construction keep feet dry in any weather Padded collar and tongue for additional comfort in motion Moisture wicking textile lining to keep feet dry and comfortable External heel covering provides rear foot protection Waterproof Durable rubber outsole with the B.S.F.P. motion efficiency system B.S.F.P: Braking, supporting, flexing and propelling Provides improved traction and longer wearing performance Removable, dual-density, EVA footbed Comfort and perforated for additional air circulation Gore-Tex membrane provides breathable waterproof protection Premium, full-grain, waterproof leather Weight
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From the moment these boots arrived they were very comfortable- straight from the box. and waterproof as claimed, tested them on a beach walk with tide coming in, they got well soaked but never let water in. Next day after shaking off the sand they looked as good as new.
Now comes the downside. completed a 12 mile walk in the Matlock Peak district, up and down hill and dale all day long. The boots are great on low level flat walking but hopeless when it comes to climbing. Ankle support is non existent even though I pulled the laces a little bit tighter to get a bit more support from them, ankles ached at the end of the day. also had a bit of back ache next day so they probably don't do much for your posture either. Biggest problem was toes rubbing when descending steep hills, the boots are not designed with this in mind, so for me that's the ultimate test. sore toes after a downhill stretch- not good! They are hard wearing and lightweight which gives them a bit of a plus but I can't call them a proper walking boot. They are a Timberland Town and Country boot that looks like a walking boot. They are probably worth the price for what they are but they fail as a hiking boot.
I am a Size 11 in most and have owned 2 pairs of classic Timberland boots in the past.
These fit perfect, straight away a snug comfortable fit, niether too loose or tight.
I will break these in over the coming months and after my Inca Trek in the Andes I will (if I remember) give a full review.
Since buying these I have Kayaked and trekked Norwegian Fjords without any discomfort or Blisters ( 17km kayaking and 23km Hiking up1200m through wild terrain) These were water tight until the 10th dunk in swampy boggy land and still no duscomfort or blisters. and Snowy peaks upto knee deep, kept feet warm and cozy (also credit to the trekking socks)
I have also recently just completed the Inka Trail in these and not once did my feet hurt ( 44km in 4 days up 4250m on rough terrain and many Inca steps) No blisters or any discomfort. Breathed exceptionally well along with the trekking socks, kept dirt and rubble out (without gators)
At the end of all that they are still in great condition and hardly any wear or tear.
Upgraded too 5 star
The sole has got an alright grip in all conditions and is soft/comfortable enough to walk many miles with a 20kg rucksack on your back. In other boots I experienced hip or knee problems after long walks which never happened to me in those.
The only point I am not convinced about is the durability, I bought those boots for hikes around New Zealand and as you can see in the picture the sole is trying to separate from the boot. This happened on the second hike already, I must say tho it hasn't continued and developed into an actual hole or effected the waterproofing.
I gave those boots three stars because of the durability issue and back when I bought them on Amazon (summer 2014) they were around £55 which is more in the region of what I believe them to be worth.