Timberland Heritage 6in Premium Boot - Men's

Timberland Heritage 6in Premium Boot - Men's
Timberland Heritage 6in Premium Boot - Men's
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Heritage 6in Premium Boot - Men's by Timberland
You chop down trees, build houses, and are qualified to drive heavy machinery around if the need arises. Your fall and winter uniform generally consists of heavy flannels and flannel-lined work pants -- puffy jackets are far too much -- as well as a solid pair of work boots you can depend upon to do just about anything you'd like. Though your old kicks served you loyally, they've fallen apart so badly that you had no choice but to retire them. That's no matter; the Timberland Heritage 6in Fleece Lined Boot has been waiting for you all along. Featuring a rugged waterproof leather exterior and lugged rubber sole, this boot won't shy away from a hard day's work. And just like you, it's softer on the inside than its hardened exterior may suggest. Soft PrimaLoft Eco insulation awaits you once you slide your foot into this slipper, ready to keep your feet warm when you're out in the cold for hours on end without any fussiness. Trust the anti-fatigue midsole and footbed to support you all day long; no one will be the wiser that this tough boot is actually pretty comfy too.

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