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Timberland Chocorua Trail 2 Mid GTX Boot - Men's

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Chocorua Trail 2 Mid GTX Boot

Climb to new heights in Timberland’s Chocorua Trail 2 Mid GTX Boots for Men. Now designed with Timberland’s anti-fatigue technology that takes the brunt of hard-packed dirt, crunchy rocks, and uneven ledges, this traditionally rugged boot now has the comfort you’ve always needed to climb the peak you’ve left unmounted for years. A trusty Gore-Tex membrane is built into the boot, so crossing creeks rushing with spring runoff isn’t going to stop you from meeting your goal. Plus, durable lug soles provide grip to the ground for solid footing all the way to the top.

  • Burly hiking boots for rugged treks in rain or shine
  • Waterproof leather is seam sealed to defend against leaks
  • Gore-Tex membrane provides added protection against moisture
  • Anti-fatigue footbed gives long-lasting comfort
  • EVA midsole offers flexible support
  • Rustproof hardware won’t give out when it gets wet
  • Item #TIM007H

Responsible Collection
Upper Material
Gore-Tex membrane
removable, anti-fatigue
recycled rubber
Claimed Weight
[single] (size 9) 1lb 6oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, hiking
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Awesome boot, especially for wide feet

I've used it several times

Awesome boots! I've taken them through streams, mud, and snow and my feet stayed very dry and comfortable. They're pretty stiff and offer great ankle support, walking over loose uneven ground I felt very stable and never felt like I was going to roll an ankle. The sole offers great cushion and traction. After 9+ miles of hiking my feet didn't feel fatigued and I never slipped despite walking over snowy and muddy terrain. I think these boots are 5 star material but I gave them 4 because of their fit on me. They seem to run a little big. I picked up a pair of 9.5's but could have gone with the 9's. I have narrower, low volume feet and definitely have some wiggle room up in the toe box. Regardless, I'm happy with them. They seem to be made with great craftsmanship and I'm excited to see how they hold up to the test of time.


Taking a 3 day hike in presidentials with a mid weight pack. In your opinion how would these boots perform in rocky terrain and steeper slopes?

>Rating: 5

Let Me Tell You About These Timbs..

I've put it through the wringer

Most people dont think Timberland when it comes to hiking... and I feel bad for them. I got my first pair of Chocorua boots about 9 years ago, and they are still holding strong. I recently upgraded for a color change and an updated gore membrane. These, like my old boots, were so comfortable right out of the box. I always recommend sizing down a half size from your street shoes with Timberland hiking boots. Im usually a size 11.5 in Nike, and got a size 11 in these. Fit is perfect. I have a wide and arched foot, so finding hiking boots that accommodate that can be tricky. These guys are amazing in the comfort category, and really take no time to "break in" at all. The grip and support really perform in this shoe. I took them for a couple local hikes, on varied terrain, and never ran into any slip or roll problems. Felt secure and confident throughout the trek. I'm a huge fan of you standard branded hiking boot/shoe companies, which is why I'm so impressed with these. Being a former US Marine, I LIVED in my boots. Running, hiking, going through ocean drills, traversing snow covered mountains... you name it, my boots (and feet) had been through it. I know the importance of having a comfortable boot thats durable, supportive, and wont slow you down when you are out there getting some. Pick up a pair and see for yourself. If you have any additional questions, please let me know!


Eli, have you ever worn any Timberland Chukka boots? I'm wondering if I need to size down based on those boots as well.

Hey Kyle! I always suggest going down at least a half size to start with any Timberland boot. However, if you have already tried a timberland on, i would stick with the size that works in another style. They all tend to fit the same. So if you were a 10 in the Chukka, I would suggest going for a 10 in these. If you have further questions, shoot me an email and I would be happy to go more in detail! Because our returns are free, i also suggest picking up the two sizes you are in between and just sending back the one that doesn't work. Really easy process!

Taking a 3 day hike in presidentials with a mid weight pack. In your opinion how would these boots perform in rocky terrain and steeper slopes?