Timberland boots are a classic brand when it comes to producing boots that are comfortable, stylish and suitable for all four seasons.
In terms of style, Timberland boots are incredibly versatile as they complement a lot of outfits. They look good on both men and women and are currently on trend, judging by the number of celebrities being pictured in them.
Timberlands aren’t exactly a lightweight shoe. They’re known for their bulkiness which means you have to know how to work them, especially with women’s outfits. So, keep reading to find out how women's’ Timberland boots fit, in terms of sizing and style.
They are a brand that’s been around for over 40 years, and so they have had over four decades to listen to customer feedback and optimize their design. Most Timberland boots are made from top-quality waterproof leather with a cushioned part at your ankle. So, not only will these boots keep your feet dry but also has an extremely comfy, snug design.
Timberlands, however, are known to be quite pricey, but it is such a top-quality shoe that your investment would be worth it. Since they’re made from excellent quality leather, they will last you several years. They have also managed to remain stylish despite being introduced four decades ago, so it is safe to assume they won’t go out of style for a while.
Tips to make women’s Timberland boots fit
So, the question is, how do women’s Timberland boots fit? They’re quite bulky so you don’t want a size that’s too big, but we’ve all gone through the painful experience of breaking into new shoes at some point. The blisters, the calluses, and bunions? Not much fun. So, you don’t want to get them too small either.
Firstly, Timberlands are famous for their bulkiness and their large-fitted design. So, your Timberland boot size will be smaller than your average shoe size. Timberland recommends buying Timberland boots that are a half size smaller than your sneaker shoe size. Also, note that Timberland follows American sizing standards so refer to a conversion chart to find the corresponding European or UK size.
However, if you do end up buying Timberlands that are a bit smaller than you expected, you might be able to stretch it. You could try:
- • Walking around in them for several days wearing extremely thick pairs of socks. Flex your shoe as much as you can.
- • Timberland boots are made from leather, so they respond well to heat by softening and expanding. Hold a hairdryer on high heat over the areas that feel the tightest to you.
- • Stuff them with a plastic bag of water and leave them in the freezer. Water expands during freezing, stretching your shoe out.
When you go shopping for your Timberland boots, or any shoes for that matter, go towards the evening. Our feet expand towards the end of the day! Also, make sure to give your toes enough wiggle’ room inside the boots.
If you’re ordering online, you can order two sizes and return whichever size doesn’t fit.
Style Tips for Womens’ Timberland boots
- • Avoid tying up the laces too tight and potentially cutting off your circulation!
- • Pair Timberland boots with relatively tight, tapered pants.
- • Pairing Timberland boots with shorts or a dress probably aren’t the best look, unless you’re channeling Steve Irwin or Pharrell Williams.
- • Stack up your pants behind the shoe’s tongue.
- • Don’t wear baggy trousers. Timberland boots are quite big already so having loose fitting trousers draping over them can make your whole outfit look bulky.
I hope you enjoyed the post on how women’s Timberland boots fit and hope you find the perfect fit!