When the temperature reaches the extreme side of about -30C be like Santa wear a set of Timbs
Timberland created its first guaranteed-waterproof boots in 1973; this was the first time you could wear a timberland boot and trek through the snow.
Though I will still classify them as non-winter-specific boots but the can withstand those snow-ice-water slurries you see at every curb during the winter
Things that make Timberland Boot perfect for snow
- Timberland’s boot comes with deep and durable rubber lug outsole, made for walking across icy sidewalks and challenging terrains.
- Timberland Suede are good looking, waterproof, seam-sealed, premium leather uppers which beat those goofy-looking duck boots you see people wearing around during winter
- You can’t beat a Timberland’s uber-soft shock absorption(geometric cone support system ) which is an Anti-Fatigue Technology built directly into the midsole to send powerful energy back into your steps during strides.
Types of Timberland Boot to wear during Snow
Timberland boots are OK for snow and ice during winter and would probably meet most of your needs,
For the men – Timberland’s 6-Inch Premium Boots comes with about 400 grams of PrimaLoft ECO Insulation, which is perfect for snowdrifts.
For the ladies, the toasty-toes comfort of Timberland’s Teddy Fleece Fold Down Boots is perfect for a snow walk, it’s like you’re wearing your favorite blanket around your ankles.
2 Timberland Boots Alternative for Snow and Ice
One brand I would recommend Sorel brand boots – especially for women, they come with removable washable felt inner boot, vulcanized rubber outsole and a 2.5 mm bonded felt frost plug MIDSOLE
Another brand is the Blundstone – especially the Super 550 Series are waterproof, warm/has ample room for
thick socks, and is fairly fashionable.