“The fashion suede boots” – Timberland: are popular on-winter-specific boots, there are OK and would probably meet most of your during fall and late spring but for winter where you experience temperature drops to like -30C which is rare or -10C to -20C, you will needs Sorel brand boots that withstand snow, slush, and salt water which is very corrosive would destroy leather or suede rapidly.
Timberland Boots comes with rubber/synthetic bottoms (like Sorels) which are cemented to the upper, holding pretty good and almost impossible to detach with your bare hands, but the flaws is the leather (suede).
Make sure you condition the suede using a waterproof spray as the salt water will damage it easily.
Can I use a timberland boots in the winter?
Except you are going for classic 6-in boots in suede Timberland which the do not make any longer which is less likely to get ruined by water and snow, I will advise you go for a pair of Sorel brand boots
The main disadvantages of using timberland in winter is because
- It’s not waterproof or water-resistant, the suede will get destroyed pretty quickly.
- Timberland boots will probably get stained from road salt which are very corrosive.
- Timberland boots aren’t lined or insulated, so you will absolutely need some warm socks in the depths of winter.
If you still consider using a timberland boots in the winter here are some rule to adhere to
- Treat your timberland Suede Boots with water-repellent spray or nubuck protectant
- Don’t stay outside for lengthy periods of time
- Make sure there is enough room in the boot to wear a thick pair of wool socks.