Timberland White Ledge Men’s Waterproof Boot,Dark Brown,11 W US

July 27, 2017 - Comment
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Conquer the great outdoors in this waterproof hiker crafted from abrasion-resistant, full-grain leather. Seam-sealed construction is guaranteed to keep feet dry in any weather. Padded collar and tongue, removable EVA footbed for all-day comfort. Durable rubber lug sole with B.S.F.P. motion efficiency system for improved traction and durability. Imported.

Product Features

  • Hiking boot with oiled-leather finish featuring lace-up vamp and rear pull loop
  • Padded collar
  • Removable dual-density EVA footbed
  • Gusseted tongue
  • Multidirectional traction lugs


Dale says:

Good Comfortable Boots I gave these boots 4 stars and maybe should have given them five. Out of the box, they are comfortable, seem well-built and are comfortable on my troubled feet. I have knee problems and neuropathy and these boots seem to be helpful with the burning painful sensations I’ve been experiencing. They are light and comfortable, and my feet feel good in them. What more is there to say. I also bought a pair of Merino wool socks and they are also quite comfortable. 

Supry says:

… a pair of these boots for 5 years and loved them. They finally wore out so I figured … I have owned a pair of these boots for 5 years and loved them. They finally wore out so I figured I would buy the same model and size as the old ones. I ordered a 10W (since my old ones where also a 10W). When they arrived they were way too long, so I sent them back (thank god for free return shipping and prime). I then ordered both a 9.5W and a 9W to make one of them would fit. The 9.5 was still too long, but the width was good. The length of the 9 was good but the width (even though…

blank Nick says:

Great outdoor boot I’m not exactly an expert on boots, this is the most I have ever spent on a pair of hiking boots, and I know they can run 4x the price of these easily. I used to buy nice work boots, and not have enough left over for nice hiking boots, so I either hiked in work boots, or bought $25-30 hiking boots. It was finally time for an upgrade. I couldn’t be happier. 

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