Men’s Madbury Side-Zip Waterproof Boots

Color: Black Nubuck
Style: A2HHU001
MYR699.00
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Description:

Just when we thought our Madbury men’s boots were perfectly designed, we added a side zip to get you outside faster. Total waterproofing is powered by our TimberDry™ membrane made of 50% recycled plastic bottles. The leather and linings are eco-consciously sourced, too.
Waterproof Better Leather from a tannery rated silver by the Leather Working Group for its water, energy, and waste management practices, and ReBOTL™ fabric lining containing at least 50% recycled plastic|TimberDry™ waterproof membrane made of 50% recycled plastic bottles|ReBOTL™ fabric lining containing at least 50% recycled plastic|Midsole of EVA-blend foam for high-rebound cushioning|Traditional lace closure with side zip|Rubber outsole|Imported

Features:

  • Timberland® Waterproof
    Timberland® Waterproof
    (footwear) A sudden downpour, a slushy sidewalk or even a spilled drink shouldn’t dampen your day. And they won’t if you’re wearing Timberland® Waterproof shoes and boots. using either an internal waterproof/breathable liner or our premium waterproof, seam-sealed leather, our footwear locks out moisture to keep your feet dry and comfortable no matter how harsh the weather.
  • TimberDry™
    TimberDry™
    •TimberDry™ technology features a waterproof membrane to help protect from unwanted moisture •This waterproof membrane is made from 50% recycled plastic •Used within footwear with taped waterproof bootie construction •Timberland proprietary innovation
  • ReBOTL
    ReBOTL
    Billions of bottles across the globe are collected, recycled and turned into RPET yarns that we then use to make products, helping reduce waste and support jobs, too. Apparel products with ReBOTL™ material contain at least 40% recycled plastic
  • Better Leather
    Better Leather
    Environmentally responsible leather sourced from tanneries rated silver or gold by the Leather Working Group for their water, energy and waste management practices.