When you’re buying boots, the correct sizing is key to finding comfortable boots! If you’re unsure of timberland boots sizes, read ahead!
Timberland has a size guide for both men, women, and age groups junior to infant on their website. You can get an accurate standard size by measuring your foot in inches or centimeters, and then relating the measurement to the tables given on their website.
The Timberland sizes are manufactured according to the American standard, so it’s always best to cross-check your size by their guide.
To accurately measure your foot size, place a piece of paper under your foot and against the wall, securing it in place. Then stand on the paper with your legs straight, draw an outline of your feet. Then draw a line 0.5cm parallel to where the toes are outlined. Measure the distance from the wall to the line and you’re done!
Then check the corresponding measurement with the appropriate shoe size on the table to find your perfect fit.
For a pictorial guide on how to measure your feet for the correct boot size, you can refer to the tutorial on Timberland’s website.
Some Timberland boots fit true to size, while others may be a little too big if you get them in your standard size.
Timberland boots that fit true to size include:
One of Timberland’s popular boots. Available in both soft toe and steel toe for you to choose from. These fit true to size.
The ideal stylish yet comfortable boots that you’ll be glad to own! They fit true to size.
One of the most popular hiking shoes by the brand. Thankfully, 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|
Yes, certain styles of Timberland Boots can run a size or half bigger than the standard size. However, this is always mentioned in the product description so be sure to check that before buying your boots.
To be sure, always check the reviews by other shoppers and see what they have to say about the sizing.
Some styles in Timberland that may run big include:
According to some reviewers, you might want to go an entire size down when buying these classic Timberland boots.
These boots might even fit you right if you have broad feet. But most people recommend going half a size down when buying them.
Most reviews tell you to go a full size down when buying these boots to prevent them from being too big.
According to most reviewers and my personal experience, Timberland boots can either run big or fit true to size, but they usually don’t run small.
However, it’s best to check descriptions and reviews about that particular style to make sure it doesn’t run small.
Yes, Timberland boots usually run on a bigger and wider scale.
But I feel like this allows for them to be comfortably fit when you wear them with socks and prevents discomfort caused due to tight shoes.
Most of Timberland’s boots fit true to size or they can be wide; they rarely run narrow.
However, this can be subjective to everyone’s feet type. People with broad feet might find some boot styles to be narrow fitting.
Your Timberland boots should fit snugly but not too tightly. Boots that are too tight will be uncomfortable to wear for a long time.
You will probably wear the boots with socks, so getting boots that are too tight will cramp your feet even more.
It's also important to remember that your boots will loosen up over time, so getting boots that are loose to begin with, isn’t a good idea.
No, timberland boots aren’t made to be unisex. Men's and Women's boots can be different in terms of style, fit, and sole.
Even if the styles are the same, the sizing of men's and women's boots varies greatly. Women’s boots are relatively narrow compared to men’s boots for the same style. The sole on men’s boots is chunkier and heavier compared to that on women’s boots.
That being said, you can definitely wear boots made for the other gender if they fit you fine.