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TIMBERLAND 7 Eye Chukka 26,595 BROWN leather

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It is beginning in 1918 in a small shoe store in Boston, Massachusetts, Timberland founder Nathan Schwartz began making boots. In 1973, have leather boots was born in the United States, New England regional. Was used a revolutionary technique for dealing with the natural environment of the region, as well as for the feet of the people who work in it comfortably and safely protect waterproof leather boots. Beyond the beauty of its boots named "Timberland", empowered to product functionality supported by proud craftsmanship and technology corresponding to any natural environment. Now, as an outdoor, casual, hip hop B fashion must-haves is supported around the world.
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Adopted with leather, logo embossed leather insole, usually 7 EYE CHUKKA than a luxury finish. Adopt a strong rubber lug sole for durable, rugged texture on the outsole. [Leather chrome Excel: a duo chrome Excel leather and skins into leather, painted oil blended with 4 types of tallow and wax (beeswax), fish oil fats, in tanning means tanning of leather. It is characterized by deliberately spreading more oil, and texture. Made with high quality leather boat shoe types! Light and comfort is outstanding!
Recommended furnished large, so I usually wear sneakers down to 0.5 cm * design and individual foot type is slightly different. Please consider as a guide only.

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