out of stock Timberland Men's 6" Premium Boots (Wheat Nubuck, Size 8 & 12 US) $89 + Delivery @ Kogan

350

Good price for these Timberland boots.
Sizes 8 and 12 available at time of posting.
From memory, the sizes run a bit larger. So if you're normally size 8.5-9, the size 8 should fit well.

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  • +2 votes

    No more Kogan shipster free delivery

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    nice price good find op!

  • +1 vote

    are these good for hiking aussie terrain/snow conditions in japan?

    • +4 votes

      no these are just fashion accessories. Normally for men who want to pretend they work in construction to look more manly but really they just sit behind an office chair or dont have a job..

    • +1 vote

      I've used them at Thredbo in the snow and they were good. They are bloody heavy (even for me whose normally a US Size 13) so I barely wear them in Brisbane (as it's way to hot 10 months of the year).

      As you say, they do run very large to size.

    • +1 vote

      no, go for some kathmandu boots for that. water resistance isn't great and they are too heavy to hike in. also are not comfortable compared to proper boots

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      I did exactly what you said wearing Timberland boots. I did the Daimon hike and another hike in Hokkaido (snow) wearing Timberland boots and had no problem. I even did the Yosemite hike in them. They kept my foot dry and were had surprisingly good traction. That said, proper hiking boots would be better for hikes.

      I wanted a shoe that I can wear for hiking and walking around the city. Timerblands can feel bit heavy and doesn't offer the great ankle support some hiking boots have. The main reason I stuck with these is purely aesthetics. Personally, I like the look and feel they do pretty well for everyday wear. Do not buy these for retail though. They are definitely not worth $280. For the price in this deal, you can't go wrong.

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      Waterproof has been great for me - But I only wear them wear it rains since it's way too hot to wear it any other time. Got it when it was about $150 on Catch a few years ago and it's been great.

      They have finally released a hiking range in Australia for about $200 retail (and I think it's Goretex as well). I got mine back in 2013 for $180CAD (exchange was about 1AUD for 0.95CAD), and it's lasted me until now, and I have used it at least once a month. Extremely, breathable, waterproof (not goretex), durable and great ankle support.

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      For snow you want the Timberland pro which has insulation and water resistance. Mine took me through a full Hokkaido winter and then lasted another couple years of daily wear back home. They're usually above $200 a pair though.

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    I usually wear UK 7/US 8, but for Timberland, I had to take size 7.

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    very 1995

  • -1 vote

    Two words….Village People

  • -1 vote

    One word…. Drake

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    No words….

  • +2 votes

    I have these in black for work, and also worn them in some northern hemisphere winters. Pair them with some warm socks and they are pretty bulletproof against the elements. Not equivalent to proper hiking or snow boots but solid all-rounders for holidays and as a more stylish non-steel cap workboot.