Timberland Radler Trail Mid Lite Hiking Boots (For Men)

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About Timberland Radler Trail Mid Lite Hiking Boots (For Men)

Closeouts. Superlight and loaded with performance features, Timberland's Radler Trail Mid Lite hiking boots feature breathable air mesh treated with P2i's hydrophobic ion-mask technology to help shed water and trail dirt.


Specs about Timberland Radler Trail Mid Lite Hiking Boots (For Men)

  • Non-Waterproof,Non-Insulated
  • Gusseted tongue
  • Upper: Mesh and synthetic leather
  • Lining: Textile
  • Removable insole
  • Midsole: Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA)
  • Outsole: Rubber
  • Height: 5"
  • Weight (pair): 1 lb. 12 oz.
  • Made in China
  • Visit our Hiking Footwear Guide
  • US shipments only


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4.190476 5 Overall Rating: 4.2 Based on 21 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hank from Pennsylvania on Thursday, October 11, 2012
Being an avid fisherman, I was looking for a new pair of boots to wear up to the point I put on my waders. This are great, light boots. I've not worn them in any downpours, but the material does a great job keeping your foot dry when hiking through wet grass. There's nothing worse than getting yo... Read More
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  • Reviewed by brannon32 from Vallejo, Ca. on Sunday, March 10, 2013
    Appreciated how light these were when walking around and the break in period was virtually nil. They weren't what I was looking for though because they were not very breathable. I've already got my warm hiking shoes and didn't need this second pair. Were I to do it all over again, I would have snagged these at STP's low price and they would have been my default hiking shoes.
  • Reviewed by serge88 from New Jersey on Wednesday, March 6, 2013
    These are nice lightweight boots. For serious rocky trails you might want to get something beefier.I thought the width was a little tight on my 13 M pair, but they're soft and flexible enough there shoudn't be a problem as they break-in quickly.
  • Reviewed by james from West Tennessee on Tuesday, March 5, 2013
    I like the concept of the non-leather materials used. Light weight. However, even though these boots are the correct size the fit is rough around the ankles and unforgiving in the toe box. The boots are not terrible but given their discomfort I would not use them to go the distance on the trail. Great concept poorly realized.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by scullerguy from NW Colorado on Monday, February 25, 2013
    The Timberlands are a good basic lightweight hiker. No "waterproof" boots really are, unless they're rubber, and these are no exception. Water or snow will come in the lace eyelets right away but overall they are a fine light boot with good sole protection and ankle support, especially for the weight and price.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bpscribe from Silver City, NM on Saturday, February 2, 2013
    Rugged but lightweight. Great shoestrings. Slips on and off easily. Sure traction.

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About Timberland

The Timberland footwear brand was officially launched in 1973, more than two decades after founder Nathan Swartz bought an interest in an established shoe company. Eight years earlier, the Swartz family had introduced injection-molding technology to the footwear industry. Today, this revolutionary manufacturing process is still being used to fuse the soles and uppers of Timberland boots without stitching, a process that allows for truly waterproof boots. Over the years, Timberland shoes and boots have continued to advance, incorporating modern features like Active Comfort Technology to provide a balance of cushioning, support and climate control. In 2008, Timberland also became the first footwear company to commercialize the use of rubber from recycled tires.