Timberland Greenscapes Mountain Sneaker Low

The men’s Greenscapes Mountain Sneaker, available in leather or leather and fabric, is made from 100-percent, organically tanned, premium full grain leather and fast-growing hemp. It features 100-percent recycled PET shoelaces and linings, hand-sewn stitch-out construction that eliminates the need for harsh chemical adhesives, and Vibram EcoStep recycled rubber outsoles (30 percent recycled rubber from leftover outsole cuttings). The washable footbed is made with OrthoLite comfort foam, which wicks away moisture and is impregnated with an environmentally-friendly biocide to fight odor and fungus, and is covered in SmartWool material to regulate temperature and wick away moisture.


Weight 1 lb 11 ounces
Green Index rating 3.5



Extremely durable and rugged. Takes the test of getting…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $40


Extremely durable and rugged. Takes the test of getting beatup and wins hands down.


  • Beyond durable.
  • Extremely comfortable for a size 14 sneaker/shoe.
  • It does dry after getting water soaked in them.


  • I wish I could find another style in different visual pattern.
  • It's not waterproof.

I used this shoe for water restoration work; for hiking; for workouts on the treadmill and general weights. It's the best shoe/sneaker I have ever had including anything during my 6 years in professional football.

I have beat up this sneaker in every way and every thread and piece of material is intact! Amazing quality!

Timberland Greenscapes Mountain Sneaker Low


The Greenscapes Mountain Sneaker Low has been discontinued.


The Timberland Greenscapes Mountain Sneaker Low is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 28, 2007 at REI.

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