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Timberland Woodhaven Fleece-Lined Waterproof Boots

photo: Timberland Woodhaven Fleece-Lined Waterproof Boots winter boot

Specs

Price MSRP: $180.00

Reviews

1 review
5-star:   1
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

These boots can be worn with the fleece top folded down or unfolded for higher coverage. They have a great tread on them so are good for walking in snow and mud. When not "off roading", they are very cute for city wear. They can tolerate cold and wet. I would recommend these boots for anyone who walks!

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Warm and dry

Cons

  • Shoelaces are thin and stiff, especially in cold
  • Run at least a half size small

I received these boots to review and was very happy with the fit. From experience, I knew to order a size larger. They are very comfortable. I walked a few miles through the forest after a light snow in 22° weather. They were warm and dry through snow, ice, and some mud.

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They feel secure while walking on surfaces that are a little iffy. No break in was needed. The toe box is nice and roomy.The fleece lining is lightweight and not bulky feeling. Plus, they are very cute!
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I am not fond of the shoelaces. Although they are 100% recycled from plastic they are stiff and hard to manage in the cold. I like the fact that I can fold down the top and have a short boot and then unfold and have higher coverage.

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Disclosure: I received a sample of this product for purposes of this review.

 

Disclosure: The reviewer received a sample of this product from the brand or its representatives in exchange for a review.

 

Source: tested or reviewed it for the manufacturer (I kept the product after testing.)

Disclosure: The author of this review received a sample of the product from the brand or its representative in exchange for a review.
John Compisi INCENTIVIZED REVIEWER

Those are really stylish winter boots.


4 years ago
g00se

So my only thought is "a few miles through the snow" isn't much of a testing situation. I recently read a bike reviewer's blog where he admitted the need to write positive reviews in order to keep the free gear coming. This review really feels like that.


4 years ago

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