Timberland Men’s 6″ Premium Boot Review

What started out years ago in the backyard of an aspiring entrepreneur has today morphed into a respectable brand name. Timberland work boots are best known for their reliability and original designs. Mimicking the same design elements that catapulted this brand into the limelight, the new Timberland Men’s 6″ Premium Boots comes with the latest technological advancements to improve comfort and fitting. Exclusive anti-fatigue technology helps maintain daily comfort with the waterproof leather lining and seam sealed construction preventing moisture accumulation and water logging. Whether you tread on dry arid surfaces with hardly any traction or barge into the thickest swamps, these boots will keep your feet dry at the end of the day.

Some of the interesting features that make these Timberland work boots for men special are:

  • Nubuck full grain leather for abrasion resistance, durability and added comfort.
  • Seam-sealed direct attach waterproof construction keep feet dry.
  • Padded collar design around the ankle.
  • Anti-fatigue exclusive feel with molded cones and Taslan fiber laces.
  • Footbed, shaft lined with soft comfortable leather while forefoot, toe box with breathable fabric.
  • Rustproof hardware.
  • 400g Primaloft insulation and rubber lugs.

The Pros

Probably the immediate talking point with the Timberland Men’s 6″ Premium boots is its looks. Light brown and maize mixed hue with a soft finishing definitely fools anyone into believing that these are fashion oriented boots rather than being good old Timberland work boots. Thankfully, it doesn’t stop with the looks, the moment you wear these beauties you get a tight wrap around your entire foot, including the ankles. This wrapping effect isn’t too tight but enough to help you stay aware of your surroundings without the boot twisting on uneven terrain. As for the durability, it ought to last a long time considering the heavy overlaid stitching and the use of thicker fabrics that are individually resistant to abrasion and wear and tear.

Coming to the usability, I believe that these boots are designed for everyday use, either for trekking or the construction site. Not necessarily an all-out fashion statement but they are definitely good enough to pair together with a jeans and T-shirt too. On the technical side of things, the tongue stitched with the rest of the boot and padded ankle with durable leather make it a tough boot.

The Cons

Every product has its share of negatives but like many previous Timberland offerings, the 6″ Men’s work boots actually lack a lot of issues from the past. To start with these boots are in fact waterproof and can withstand about 3 to 4 inches of water with ease. What they aren’t good at is fitting in immediately. Because the boots run a little larger than usual, opt for a size smaller than what you are used to. Not that the boots won’t fit, just that your usual size is going to be a little loose and might look a bit too big.


Rugged, reliable and definitely worth the price, the Timberland Men’s 6″ Premium Boots are what any honest working individual would want to own. Not too flashy and neither devoid of modern technology, these Timberland work boots are indeed a sound investment. Don’t fret over the additional $30 or so because it pays back in terms of durability and comfort over time.


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By | 2014-09-30T07:30:11+00:00 September 6th, 2013|Timberland Work Boot Reviews, Work Boots Reviews|0 Comments

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Today I will run what you will not so that tomorrow I will run what you cannot…. Can't really fathom who said that but it stuck with me ever since. Outdoor, nature, be it rain, sun or sleet, that's my passion. I am a complete outdoors guy, love trekking, running, jogging, cycling and basically anything physical. Quite naturally, boots, shoes and any kind of footwear gets my blood pumping. From work boots to trainers, flip flops to loafers, I love em all. Self proclaimed shoegeek, shoe-aholic whatever, I breathe shoes. If you want to add me in your circle here is my Google+ Profile.