Timberland Men’s Anti-Fatigue Hiking Waterproof Leather Mt. Maddsen Boot
Last updated on February 26, 2022 9:20 am
- Full-grain leather
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 5″ from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.5″
- Platform measures approximately 1″
- Boot opening measures approximately 8 around
- Premium full-grain waterproof leather uppers
- TimberDry eco-conscious waterproof membrane keeps feet dry in any weather
- Fully gusseted tongue keeps out debris
- Anti-fatigue comfort technology provides all-day comfort
- Covered by the Timberland Limited Warranty. For complete terms, limitations, and instructions on how to make a warranty claim, please visit the Timberland website
13.9 x 10.3 x 5.6 inches, 1.19 Pounds
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January 16, 2013
NEIL S –
Product fits great & came a lot sooner than i expected
Okay my friends, I’m a meat dept manager with unusually large feet. These fit perfect and have taken everything I’ve thrown at them. My fat butt weighs about 315 and these are super duper comfortable. My work environment stays damp for starters, they get blood, oil, grease, and some pretty darn powerful cleaners on them, so far so good. They’ve lasted me 9 months and show no signs of falling apart despite the constant abuse. Get you some mink oil and rub em down every month or so and you’re good to go, highly recommended!
Keith Gee –
For a company that says they are American Made I was surprised when it showed the first pair I owed was made in Viet Nam. They fit well and lasted 7 months. So when I went to order another pair I found that every website I tried was sold out – even Timberland! Amazon was the only place that had my size. When the shoes arrived they were made in China. The fit was slightly bigger than my foot and did not fit the same as the first pair. The shoe laces are way longer than what they need be. I am finding the right foot shoe does not stay tied. Unlike the first pair the shoes are water proofed. My overall opinion is I wish I had another pair that was made in Viet Nam as the shoe fit much better.
Once the shoe lace comes undone that it for the laces. they get wet they do not stay tied.
Book in hand at all times –
These are not authentic Timberland shoes. The seams are all wonky, the adhesive is not properly applied between shoe and heel, and the worst part is they smell awful. No real leather smell here, only some kind of chemicals smell. Very disappointing, shame!
I wore these boots twice & they fell apart. I attached a photo showing the sole separation from the boot. It took about a month to receive these. The support is very lacking. I put new insoles in & the boots were awesome!
Day 1, I wore them on a 6 mile hike.
Day 2, wore them to work, & the sole ripped off one of the boots.
I’ve glued the soles back on. The rest of the rubber has now completely de laminated. After about 10-12 days of wear.
Zane Duddy –
I bought these boots because I wanted to get behind timberland and support their product. A few years back they made a statement that their boots were not just fashion apperal and they produced a rugged hiking/work boot.
My use of the boots have been mostly weekends and camping, there has not been any rigorous demand placed on them and the sole is coming away from the boot, this leaves them less than waterproof. When I received the boots and conducted a quick inspection I noticed what I thought could be a void in adhesive application, I dismissed this as possibly discoloration around the leather. Well I was wrong and the boots did not hold up.
Maybe these boots are better suited for the runway. They are definitely not for a blue collar worker or outdoor enthusiest.
I bought these shoes for my husband for a hiking trip that took place in early October. They held up well on the trip where we probably hiked about 20 miles over a week’s time. After returning, my husband continued to wear them while working outside on the weekends. By early November, the shoes were falling apart (see pictures- taken on Nov 3rd). I payed $99 for these and was expecting them to last for at least a year of wear.
Michael Papuga –
These are NOT Wide at all. I ordered the Wide and they weren’t even close to a wide. The shoe looked ok, but I’m not sure Timberland actually knows what Wide actually is. If you normally wear a wide in your shoes, don’t be fooled, don’t buy these because they aren’t wide.
Rob T –
As a hunter, who walks 2500-3000km in each pair of boots I can tell you these are good. Sizing is good if you pay attention to sizing charts, check the timeberland website if you are not sure. Buying shoes on Amazon is tough, so if you are making the investment take a second to go to the manufacturer website to get it right. These shoes are not insulated but I sized them appropriately to accommodate heavy socks as needed. The boots are grippy, comfortable and sturdy for a mid sized boot, not a winter mountain shoe for an outdoorsman, but should work just fine for normal hikers in mild-harsh conditions. It is a 3 season boot, in my opinion, but just fine for winter sidewalks. Leather needs more care than synthetic, so don’t forget that. Easy to lace, nice style and plenty of flex. Can’t go wrong with this shoe.
Kevin Allen –
Not durable!! I loved these for the first few months. Fit perfectly and very comfortable on the trail. However, the seam has started to pull apart after just 5 months of limited use.