Customer Reviews Of:
Timberland Heritage Handsewn Boots - Leather, 8” (For Men)
Closeouts. Leather lace-ups with traditional style, Timberland Heritage handsewn boots have a moc toe, handsewn detail stitching and a madras-patterned textile lining.
Average Rating based on 7 reviews 4.285714 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Shoe hoarder from California on Monday, November 10, 2014I bought these boots for the winter in the Bay Area, and the are perfect. Great for weekend " kicking around". There is no insole in the first 1/2 of the shoe, but since I am using inserts it's not a problem.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by the hetheringtons from california on Wednesday, September 24, 2014The boots fit and feel good right out of the box. All of his Timberland boots have been consistent in sizing over the years
Reviewed by Fritz from Pacific NW on Monday, September 23, 2013A minimalist moccasin style boot that offers great ankle support; and surprisingly comfortable enough to be worn all day with no feelings of foot fatigue. Rubber 'Top Sider' style soles are plenty grippy. Leather is thick, yet supple, well-stitched and gives you the impression that down the road you would want to resole them whenever the soles give out. Madras lining in the ankle area is a nice 'attention to detail' feature of the boot, and no doubt, adds to comfort. Treat with mink oil, etc., if you want some water repellency.
Reviewed by simidor from The High Lonesome on Monday, June 24, 2013Simply put, the problem with these boots is that they used a three-quarters insole. No midsole. This does not allow the boot to correctly shape to your foot. You end up with a "ridge" just in front of your instep, which becomes quite uncomfortable if you wear the boots any length of time and blisters develop on the underside of your toes and/or on the insole. The uppers are well made, the leather is of good quality and its a true single vamp moccasin construction (single piece of leather wrapped around your foot). Adding another insole does not help - too much slope back to front. Best construction for this design and outsole would have been a dense, flat midsole and low profile full length insole. You could reconstruct the boots, but one should not have to do so, even at the STP price.
Reviewed by Eightysix from Washington DC on Monday, May 13, 2013I have several pair ot Timberlands, these are exactly what I was looking for and got. The fit is great, the leather is good and ruggaged, I like em for long shorts and jeans to wear for errands or just hanging out with friends. I'm would definitely recommend these Timberlands, a good find and great pirce.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by JIM from ATHENS, GREECE on Wednesday, February 6, 2013EXCELLENT
Verified Buyer Reviewed by klw from Lubbock,TX on Thursday, August 9, 2012intended to use as a lightweight work/casual boot; because of the lack of footbed I will have to return. I hate to because the stitching and overall construct of the boot is great. Maybe I'll find something better; (but still at Sierra Trading Post),because customer service is unequalled.
- Best Uses: Casual, Light work
- Cons: Poor footbed
- Pros: Excellent Stitching