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Established in 1975, Timberland creates high quality, durable outerwear, with a focus on footwear. Debuting its range with a waterproof leather boot, the brand has come to be associated with versatile and dependable footwear made to withstand outdoor pursuits. However, the company's line of shoes have long since been utilised past their functional intentions to gain an iconic status within the fashion world, with the original yellow boot becoming a fashion classic and status symbol, worn by everyone from J-Lo to Rihanna. Now their range includes a variety of styles, including fleece-lined ankle boots, chukka boots and knee-highs.

The Timberland Boots Buying Guide

Timberland continues to take an innovative approach to design with its collection of women’s boots. Combining style, long-lasting wearability and durability, this range comprises everything from waterproof winter styles and lace-up ankle boots to Chelsea, hiking and heeled versions. Ahead, take a look at our Timberland boots buying guide, which will help you narrow down the styles that work best for you and show you how to care for them.

The Most Wanted Timberland Boots

  • Timberland Premium 6 Inch Boots

    Timberland’s Premium 6 Inch Boots were designed more than 40 years ago and remain the brand’s best-selling style. Made from premium nubuck leather, these classic boots feature a waterproof seam-sealed construction and 200g PrimaLoft® insulation. Designed in a range of colors, they feature a comfortable padded leather collar and soft leather lining. A durable rubber lug outsole ensures grip and protection in challenging conditions. 

  • Timberland Allington 6 Inch Boots

    A fresh take on the brand’s iconic 6 Inch boot, Timberland’s Allington has a slimmer, elegant silhouette. The rubber lug outsole and OrthoLite® footbed provide grip, cushioning and support, while the rubber lug 3” heel adds height. They lace at the front with 100% PET laces made with recycled plastic bottles. In a choice of black nubuck or tan nubuck, the Allington is finished with a signature logo at the heel. 

  • Timberland Lucia Way Boots

    Timberland ensures feet stay dry and protected in wet weather with these Lucia Way Boots. They combine premium leather from a tannery that’s rated Silver for sustainability with a TimberDry™ waterproof membrane that is made of 50% recycled plastic bottles. These lace-up boots are enhanced with SensorFlex™ technology, which is a triple-layer suspension system for a flexible stride, as well as rubber pod outsoles and EVA footbeds. Available in a range of colorways, from grey nubuck to pink nubuck. 

The Timberland Boots Sizing Guide

Not sure what size to choose? Timberland boots are available in American sizing, and you can use the below chart to help convert international size. For example, if you usually wear a women’s UK 4 or an EU 37, you should take a US 6 in your Timberland boots. You can also measure the length of your foot in centimeters, and see how this corresponds for the best fit. 

USEUsize in cmUK
535.5223
5.53622.53.5
637234
6.537.523.54.5
738245
7.538.524.55.5
839256
8.539.525.56.5
940267
9.54126.57.5
1041.5278
1142289

How To Care For Your Timberland Boots

Timberland boots will last longer if they are looked after properly. The brand’s boots are simple and easy to clean.

- You will need to remove any excess dirt before gently wiping with a warm washcloth to remove stains

- Select the appropriate cleaner to match the material your boots are made from, including the brand’s Renewbuck Suede and Nubuck Foam Cleanser and the Boot Sauce Cleaner

- Apply your chosen product with a sponge and clean the boot in circular motions

- Finish by brushing them to restore the original appearance

- Wash laces separately and re-lace to keep your shoes looking newer

- We recommend using a protective spray on new boots to prevent watermarks and stains, as well as extending the life of your shoes.

FAQ

Are Timberland boots good?

Highly durable and built to last from leather sourced from environmentally-friendly tanneries, Timberland boots are a worthy investment. With Anti-Fatigue Technology that delivers exceptional standing comfort, shock absorption and energy return, as well as some styles with Primaloft ECO insulation and waterproof features, Timberland boots are a reliable option for all-day wear. 

What are Timberland boots made of?

The brand’s signature yellow boots are made from premium materials such as nubuck leather, hard-wearing full-grain leather or smooth suede. The material you choose will depend on when and where you wear your boots. Suede looks and feels luxurious, yet is not robust enough for workwear. Timberland boots made from heavy full-grain leather may be tough and hard-wearing, but there are smarter options for the office.

Timberland uses leather that is sourced from LWG silver or gold-rated tanneries, to ensure the best environmental practices are followed.  

How can I tell if my Timberland boots are real?

Genuine Timberland boots will come in a branded box made from recycled materials. All boots are known for their high quality finish, and you should check that the logos and tags are spelt correctly and inspect that the stitching is neat and uniform.

You can verify the style on Timberland’s website, checking that all details and features are correct. Authentic Timberland boots are sold by Timberland retail and outlet stores, as well as authorized department stores, retailers and specialty stores.