I am a child of the 80's and any good respecting teenager in the 80's worth his or her weight in southern NH, wore Timberland boots. We had another, more descriptive, name for them back then &^%! Kickers! Maybe it was because they are tough, rugged, well made boots. Or simply because that's what we did, kicked around in them. Either way, just because I don't live in NH now or I am a mother of three, doesn't mean I cannot continue to appreciate the dedicated style, craftsmanship, and rugged quality of these timeless boots.
My husband found these Timberland Sheepskin trimmed boots last winter at the Timberland Outlet store. When he saw the cuff lined with sheep wool, he found my size and purchased them immediately. These boots have been through quite a bit. As an avid paintballer, they have tromped through the woods protecting my feet from snakes, spiders and other dangers lurking on the forest floor as wells as kept my feet dry and warm while shoveling snow from the driveway. They have fabulous traction and have been more than reliable on sleet and ice. I think it is terrific Timberland took a chance to "girly-up" these timeless boots. (I would still own a pair even if they had not).
Keeping them clean is a snap. Use a damp cloth to wipe the dirt and debris from the wool and leather. Make sure to use a good waterproofing lotion on the leather to ensure they keep your feet dry. No leather is 100% at keeping weather out but with the proper care, these Timberland Wool Trimmed boots will come pretty darn close!