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Burly enough for work or play, with enough looks for your rough-neck nightlife.

The leather workhorse known as the Timberland Euro Hiker Boot marches through weekend backpacking trips, construction work, pub crawling, and everything in between. The durable full-grain leather upper repels moisture and blemishes with the help of a rubber rand in high-impact areas, so you can work hard through the day and seek out Miss Right at night. A removable Orthotic footbed and dual-density EVA midsole cushion the feet you stand on for eight hours at the job site, and a cushioned collar and tongue support your ankles for backpacking or carrying heavy tools. If you balance steel beams for a living or traverse sketchy goat paths on your days off, the Trail Grip rubber keeps you on course and alive to live another day.

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2 5

Not like they used to be.

Timberland found ways of making these a worse boot than before. I had a pair of these when I was in high school about 10 years ago. They were great boots and seemed to be waterproof. I dont know what its called when the tongue of the boot is connected up through the instep but thats how it used to be. Now the tongue of the boot is just connected at the base. I saw these the other day at a sporting goods store and they just felt like they werent as good as they used to be.

3 5

good light duty hiker

newer version of my old boots. ten years old and still have the freaking original laces. granted i treated them with a tube of heat activated waterproofing wax 4 years ago, but i can still stand in a puddle without getting wet socks. i have retired them to my yardworking arsenal, but they are still great boots. for the price you cant beat them! i would recommend them for the occasional hiker. 40lbs load over 40 miles in a weekend, no. sunny afternoon jaunt around the lake in the local park, yes. as labeled on this site for hiking, working and casual wear...they are spot on.