If you’re new to shoes or Timberland boots, sizing can be confusing. Even for the seasoned, it’s like that step of a dance move that you never seem to get right. Want to make sure you’re getting your perfect pair of Timberland boots? Here’s a quick and easy guide to Timberland boot sizing.
Timberland provides a size chart for men’s, women’s, and youth’s footwear. To find your correct boot size, measure your feet in inches or centimeters. Then use the appropriate size chart to determine your shoe size.
Timberland boots are usually sized in line with the US sizing system, so it’s best to convert your shoe size into its US equivalent.
To measure your foot size, place a piece of paper against the wall, secure it in place, then stand on the paper with your legs straight. Outline your feet and draw a line 0.5cm parallel to where your toes are outlined. Measure the distance between the wall and that second line.
The result will be your standard Timberland measurement in inches or centimeters (depending on the unit you used).
Convert your standard Timberland measurement to your Timberland boot size using the appropriate Timberland size chart. Please note that:
US = the United States sizing system
UK = the United Kingdom sizing system
EU = the European Union sizing system
CM = centimeters, and
IN = inches.
For example, if your standard Timberland measurement is 24 cm or 9.4″, and you identify as a male, your Timberland boot size is US size 6, EU size 39, or UK size 5.5.
It’s up to you to decide which sizing system you want to use, but it’s best to stick to the one you’re most familiar with.
To find out what size boots you need, check out this tutorial about how to measure your feet on Timberland’s website.
Some pairs of Timberland boots fit true to size, while others may be a bit roomy if you order them in the same size as the other pairs of boots you own.
If you are looking for Timberland boots that fit true to size, try these:
This boot from Timberland is one of the brand’s most popular styles. It’s available in soft-toe and steel-toe, so you can choose the style that best fits your needs. These run true to size.
At last, the perfect stylish yet comfortable boots that you’ve always wanted. They fit true to size and look great dressed up in the city or worn around the farm.
Whether you’re heading out for a morning jog or planning a long hiking trip, these shoes will keep you comfortable and help you maintain your balance throughout the entire path. Luckily, they fit true to size.
|Timberland PRO 6″ Pit Boss Work Boots||True to size|
|Timberland Killington Chukka||True to size|
|Timberland White Ledge Mid Waterproof Hiking Boots||True To size|
|Timberland 6 Inch Boots||Run big|
|Timberland Groveton Boots||Run big|
|Timberland Earthkeepers Boots||Run big|
Certain models run a half-size or full-size larger than standard sizes. That’s why it’s advisable always to check the product descriptions and reviews of the styles you are interested in before buying them.
These Timberland models tend to run big:
Some reviewers suggest you go a full size down when buying these classic Timberland boots.
If you have broad feet, these boots might fit you right off the bat. But most people recommend going half a size down when buying them.
Given that these boots run large, most reviews advise going a full size down when ordering.
Do Timberland Boots Run Small?
Based on other people’s experiences and my own, it seems Timberland boots are either true to size or run big but rarely run small. However, it’s vital to check descriptions and reviews of any given style to see if there are consistent complaints about the fit.
Yes, some Timberland boots run wide.
Some Timberland boots I tried on were, in fact, a little roomier than other brands, but this was a welcome feature because I could comfortably wear socks with my Timberland boots without feeling like my feet were being squeezed in the boots.
Most Timberland boots either fit true to size or run wide. They rarely run narrow. But this can vary from person to person because we all have different foot types. For example, people with broad feet might find some boot styles to be narrow-fitting.
When you try on your boots, they should be snug enough to remain secure on your feet without being uncomfortably tight. They should be loose enough to allow room for socks.
Remember that the leather will stretch over time, so if your boots are too loose initially, they may become too big to wear before long.
No, Timberland boots aren’t unisex. Male and female boots differ in terms of style, fit, and sole because they are designed with different kinds of feet in mind.
Even men’s and women’s boots of the same model are not created equal. Women’s boots have thinner soles and a narrower fit as compared to men’s boots, while male boots have chunkier and heavier soles than their female counterparts.
That said, there’s nothing wrong with wearing boots made for the opposite gender if they fit you well.
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