Timberland Kendrick Side Zip Waterproof Boot - Men's

Timberland Kendrick Side Zip Waterproof Boot - Men's
Timberland Kendrick Side Zip Waterproof Boot - Men's
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Kendrick Side Zip Waterproof Boot - Men's by Timberland
No stranger to danger, the Timberland Men's Kendrick Side Zip Boot is an excellent choice for projecting your internal rebel-without-a-cause sensibilities without quitting your job and going into full existential life-crisis mode. Rocking a side-zip for an easy in-and-out application, the Kendrick includes a 34% recycled rubber sole and an eco-friendly leather tanning process that accounts for a full 50% of the full-grain upper. This upper is reinforced by a waterproof and breathable Timber-Dry membrane that has your back on rainy or snowy commutes to work. Plus, the Kendrick includes anti-microbial OrthoLite insoles that resist the propagation of stinky bacteria, so you (hopefully) won't clear the room when you finally peel them off.

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