Timberland Chocorua Trail Mid WP Boot - Men's

Timberland Chocorua Trail Mid WP Boot - Men's
Timberland Chocorua Trail Mid WP Boot - Men's
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Chocorua Trail Mid WP Boot - Men's by Timberland
The Timberland Men's Chocorua Trail Mid WP Boot has a handsome look that you can't help but wear during rainy days in the city, but don't let that fool you into thinking that it can't handle long, difficult trails in rainy or sunny weather. The aesthetically-pleasing leather upper has a waterproof, breathable TimberDry membrane for extra protection in rainy, muddy conditions. When it's warmer and sunnier out, the Chocorua's mesh paneling provides sufficient ventilation for warm-weather hiking. Underfoot, the boot has a shock-attenuating midsole, contoured footbed, and a rubber-lugged sole that ensures traction on tricky trails.

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