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White Ledge Mid Waterproof

rated 5 of 5 stars I love these boots. I started training in these boots and then broke my foot and was in another kind of boot for the next 6 weeks. I then was able to start back to hiking and started to make up for lost time. This boot needed no break in and was so comfortable. I would be happy to wear them around the house, except I am happy to say they are dirty and muddy from my last hike!! Disclosure: I received a sample of this product for purposes of this review. These boots do run small. I exchanged for another… Full review

Euro Hiker

rated 4 of 5 stars These boots are excellent for hiking in the mountains or the high desert. They required no break-in period and offered exceptional comfort and functionality. Logged over 100 miles in a few weeks and was very impressed with fit, function, durability, and style. These boots have become my workhorse for both training and hiking. The full-grain leather is both attractive and very comfortable.  I have been training in these for our September Mont Blanc eight-day trek. Most of the hundreds of miles of… Full review

PRO Boondock 8"” Comp Toe Work Boots

rated 4 of 5 stars This is a very comfortable boot with proper cushioning on the sides and in the heel. I wear these boots daily. I wanted a hiker that I could wear for my daily work which requires a safety toe.  These boots were by far the most comfortable I tried. The tread is great for non-slip but doesn't get as much traction as a dedicated hiker like my Asolos. The specific model I have is the Timberland Pro Comp Toe WP 8-Inch Boot. So far, I love them. I have 1 small issue in that 1 stitch has popped loose. Full review

Earthkeeper Mt. Maddsen Mid

rated 1 of 5 stars Poor quality, not waterproof, and not made for rugged terrain. Very poor tread and grip/traction. Two years ago, I bought Timberland Earthkeeper Mt Maddsen boots (size 10) to replace my 20+ year old Coleman Dry boots (bought at a Meijer's in Michigan for $40).  The Colemans had seen plenty of hikes on three continents, perhaps a few thousand miles in four seasons, and are still comfortable and dry and actually still have decent tread left! I didn't expect the Timberland to match their quality given… Full review

Earthkeepers Intervale Waterproof Hiking Boot

rated 4 of 5 stars Solid construction boots that keep my feet protected as I backpack and provide decent ankle support. They have solid traction and keep your feet warm and dry. I've had these boots for about a year and they look almost as good as when I bought them. Fit: a bit snug, so you might want to go up a size. Comfort: pretty good, but after a long day of hiking, I am ready to take them off. They have caused me a couple of blisters when I didn't wear thick socks. Support: No complaints here. They aren't super… Full review

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Timberland Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Outdoor Retailer's Softer Side: New Apparel Lines, Triple Crown Buffs, Footwear
We take a first look at some softgoods that caught our eye at Outdoor Retailer, including new apparel from La Sportiva, The North Face, and Outdoor Research, Trailblazer long trail Buffs, and footwear from Vasque, Timberland, and Columbia. Read more
January 22, 2012

Past views from the Outdoor Retailer show floor
Today we head to Outdoor Retailer's All Mountain Demo day. While we're outside in the snow, here's a sample of what the indoor OR scene looks like from the floor, with pictures from last summer's show. Read more
January 18, 2012

VF Corp to buy Timberland for $2.2B
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June 13, 2011

How Green is My Pack? Eco Index to assess outdoor gear and apparel
Survey your outdoor gear: your base layers, fleece, go-to backpack. What’s it all made of? Where did it come from? The Eco Index will assess your outdoor gear, apparel, and footwear's overall environmental impact, eventually. Read more
April 18, 2011

Will Environmental Labels Follow Patagonia's Footprints?
Is that organic cotton shirt environmentally better or worse than that wool baselayer or recycled fleece? While greener outdoor clothing options keep increasing, it can be next to impossible to know the total environmental costs of any one piece. Until now. Read more
January 16, 2008

Following Patagonia's Footprints
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January 16, 2008

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