Timberland Icon Winter Boot

Jan 4, 2018

Category: Style

Whether you like them or not, there’s no denying the popularity and staying power of the classic Timberland boots. If you are a fan, however, we’ve got some good news: they’ve dropped boots that combine their iconic silhouette with an all-weather construction.

Called the Icon Rubber Toe Winter Boot, this beefy footwear boasts a sturdy rubber outsole and a premium leather upper. That upper, however, is complemented by both a weatherized rubber toe and midsole, as well a Timber-Dry eco-conscious waterproof lining membrane for extra durability and comfort no matter the weather. Other features include a lace-up closure and a padded collar. They’re also available in either tan and black or all-black, so you can choose your boots to match your style. Prices start at $134.

Purchase: $134+

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