In 1973 Timberland built their original yellow boot. It was a rugged, durable, waterproof leather boot made for cold, wet weather. The boot went on to become both the icon and name of the brand, symbolizing a heritage of authenticity and quality. Today, Timberland is as premium and durable as ever, bringing new style, performance and green elements to both footwear and apparel.
In Spring 2016, Timberland continues along the Modern Trail, inspired by the Wharf District- a place where old and new exist in seamless harmony admist the unpredictable weather. From work to play, day to night, sun to rain, our products adapt—empowering outdoor life stylers with the style and versatility they need to blaze the modern trail.
For men, spring brings a great mixture of leather and waxed canvas, fresh twists on transitional outerwear, boots and chukkas – to classic boat shoes and a new range of sandals rugged enough to go anywhere. Along with continuing to expand their Sensorflex™ comfort technology into new collections like the Amherst.
The women’s collection features a variety of transitional chelsea, chukka and booties. Their new sandal collection is more versatile than ever— ranging from fishermans and gladiators to chunky heeled wedges. Whatever the weather, whatever the occasion, she’ll be ready and looking great.
When it comes to kids, Timberland understands the unique needs of growing feet and adventure-ready style. The new Adventure Seeker two-strap and closed-toe sandal program updates the Mad River, with water-friendly styling and improved comfort. Updates to boat shoes and takedowns of classic silhouettes round out the Kids’ collection.
My son loves these boots. He goes to college in Iowa where it gets REALLY cold and they keep his feet warm and dry. One pair or thick socks and he's fine walking around campus even in subzero weather. Plus they are stylish.
The boot looks fabulous and fit quite nicely BUT...The leather color was painted on. It has started rubbing off after 1 week of wear. DO NOT BUY.
Very light weight and comfortable, will recommend ordering 1/2 a side larger. Overall very feminine and stylish
Very cute but boots are very narrow. Also slightly more 'distressed' look than appears in the pictures. True to size but again, narrow.
Bought these after having a very good experience with another boot from Timberland. Breaking them in took a while but they are becoming more comfortable as time goes on. I work in a warehouse where I walk around on concrete all day long and these give me the support and durability I need.
Awesome boots! Love the stealthy design and look to them.
I bought these for a trip to Iceland over New Years when I needed something warm and waterproof. These worked as needed and still felt great after trudging through the slushy street all day. They also look very classy.
If you're looking for a lightweight go everywhere shoe, this is it. These Timberland Killington's are some of the lightest shoes I've ever had, barring sandals. Style wise, they're a hybrid of sneaker and city hiker; the style could have been executed a bit better in my opinion. No clunky sole and no break in required. I usually wear an 8.5 and the 8 fit perfectly. The only qualm I have is with color, the white tones do not fully match on the shoe giving it an odd appearance, black would have been preferable.
The Timberland Coltin boot is very comfortable for walking and standing on the job. I do a ton of walking at work and these have been great. On the third day, they did chafe my ankle a bit, but this has gotten better as I broke them in. I highly recommend!
These boots are very comfortable. I do a lot of walking at work and these have held up. The third day of wearing them, they did chafe my ankle but this has gotten better as I continued to break them in.