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my mom/ aunt work at a wholesale jewelery company which gives them 50% off to Pendalton. They just started carrying these Timbs and i couldn't be more stoked to be getting them for Christmas. I've been wearing Clark desert boots for the last two years in Montana and these seem like a good way to keep more snow out my shoes while staying classy.
saskskierI honestly don't get the duck boot thing. IMO they look terrible.
If you want a good looking boot, spend some money get some Red Wings that will last you forever. I'm pretty sure they have something for winter (Ice Cutter). Timberland Earthkeepers are probably a decent alternative if you don't want to spend Red Wing money. Maybe some Danner's?
Phil-X-easily the best looking timbs that I've ever seen
Huck_NorrisI have a pair of L.L. Bean galoshes or whatever that belonged to my grandfather- he had them for about 8-10 years, and I've had them for about 5. They still look and work new.
That said I want a pair of those insulated neoprene pull-on muck boots that cover the calf- badly. No, I don't give a shit that they're ugly or make you look like a dairy farmer. I need waterproof, warm and ready for way more mud than any normal person would purposely subject themselves to. If someone can find me a pair like that with a safety toe (not steel) I'd be pretty stoked.