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Timberland Women's Kiri Up Hiker Boots

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REI has the Timberland Women's Kiri Up Hiker Boots on sale for $41.73. Select free store pickup if stock is available, otherwise shipping is free on $50+ orders.

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  • Premium leather uppers are sourced from tanneries rated Gold or Silver by the Leather Working Group for their water, energy and waste management practices
  • TimberDry waterproof membranes keep out the elements
  • Dual-density midsoles topped with OrthoLite footbeds provide cushioning
  • Strobel construction
  • Rubber lug outsoles give you the grip you need

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    • The Timberland Women's Kiri Up Hiker Boots is $98.27 less (70% savings) than the list price of $140.
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REI [rei.com] has the Timberland Women's Kiri Up Hiker Boots on sale for $41.73. Store pickup is free. Otherwise, shipping is free on orders $50+.

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  • My research indicates that this is $98.27 less (70% savings) than the list price of $140.
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You also hike faster if you paint a Type-R logo on it.
I don't love these boots but generally speaking, you don't always want deep treads. If you hike in conditions with steep smooth rock, shallower treads are better since they give you better grip (think downhill on steep rock). For wet or very loose conditions, you want deeper treads.

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Nice find, but the soles don't look that great for trail hiking - barely any grip/tread. Would work well as urban athleisure/performance gear on pavement for city-wear.
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Quote from VanishElephant :
Nice find, but the soles don't look that great for trail hiking - barely any grip/tread. Would work well as urban athleisure/performance gear on pavement for city-wear.
So perfect for most buyers ;p
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Quote from VanishElephant :
Nice find, but the soles don't look that great for trail hiking - barely any grip/tread. Would work well as urban athleisure/performance gear on pavement for city-wear.
I don't love these boots but generally speaking, you don't always want deep treads. If you hike in conditions with steep smooth rock, shallower treads are better since they give you better grip (think downhill on steep rock). For wet or very loose conditions, you want deeper treads.
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I'm struggling to envision an uglier pair of women's boots. Suggestions welcome!
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Quote from GreenPanther4395 :
I don't love these boots but generally speaking, you don't always want deep treads. If you hike in conditions with steep smooth rock, shallower treads are better since they give you better grip (think downhill on steep rock). For wet or very loose conditions, you want deeper treads.
Good point! Truth be told we're of the trailrunner vs hiking boots school, so I really shouldn't be commenting at all.
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I hear it's better if you paint your timberlands black.
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These look pretty awful.
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These look pretty awful.
Agree. but cheap
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Quote from jwb143i2 :
I hear it's better if you paint your timberlands black.
You also hike faster if you paint a Type-R logo on it.
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Reviews just don't seem encouraging. I'm sure they work for some feet, but seems they don't work for plenty. Gotta have that comfort when hiking. Most good shoes/boots are comfortable from the beginning. At least in my case.
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