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Timberland Tackhead Winter 8" Boot

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Priced: $235.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 10 reviews.
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  • Description & Features
Stay warm and comfortable in a boot with true style and grit.
Organic canvas and veg-tanned leather upper for a worn-in vintage look.
Man-made insole provides cushioning and support with every step.
Vibram® outsole delivers durable wear and helps maintain solid footing.
Review RatingNumber of Reviews
6
3
0
1
0
  • Specifications
Circumference:12 in
Shaft:7 in
Weight:1 lb 13 oz

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Timberland Tackhead Winter 8" Boot Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I was looking for boot that had serious style and could take the rigors of riding (motorcycles) without looking too over the top biker-ish. The Tackhead Winter 8" fit the bill nearly exactly. I looked at both the black and the brown/green styles in person at a local store (did not buy from them because of their price markup and tax). Both looked awesome, but I went with the black because of the versatility. I first tried an 11, my usual size, but it was too big in length and width. So, I easily swapped it out for a 10 (Zappos rocks for exchanges and returns). Fits near perfect, and should be solid after breaking in. After wearing it a few times, I love the style, the combo of leather and canvas, it gets more and more comfortable with every wear, and it can handle the the bike's demands so far. The interior of the ankle shaft is thickly lined and feels great when the boot is laced. The only cons I have are: 1. The price is steep, probably 20-30% more than it needs to be. 2. You have to undo and redo the lacing nearly entirely every time you take them off and put them on (a pain when you want to just get on with it). 2. Since they're hand made there are slight differences between the right and left in the fore foot leather. In the pair I have the left foot has a odd gap near the instep that may stretch and widen through its lifetime. If so it'll need to be addressed because too much a of gap will expose the construction beneath. Watch for this if you order a pair, some pairs I saw in the store were a bit extreme in this gapping. Other than that I think this is a great boot that with a little care should last a long time.Peace!
M. C at Zappos.com on 12/04/2009
The Tackhead is a boot constructed with craftsmanship, style, comfort and superlative materials. I've waited for a heavyweight, durable and versatile outdoor boot for years and Timberland Boot Company finally delivered. They're a little stiff in the beginning I think because of the industrial strength Vibram sole, but after a half dozen outings they began to break in and became very comfortable. These are not boots for casual wear (or maybe they are for some) because of their weight and bulk. It is the perfect outdoor boot for the Northwest winter. I only wish these boots were U.S. made. There was a period when American shoemaking was an art and a craft and I lament the loss of domestic production of footwear. Regardless, Timberland has managed to design and craft an exceptional boot.
David S at Zappos.com on 11/16/2009
Epic boot! Bought it about a year and half ago as an alt to my heavier motorcycle boots. Have replaced laces once and had the heel retreaded to lengthen sole life; other than that, these boots have worn simply awesome. They've got a unique look, I've heard tons of compliments. Super comfy out of the box and now fit like a glove! Done well in moderate rain (full attached tongue). I got a half size small and they fit great. Get them!
Anonymous at Zappos.com on 06/12/2011
Okay, these boots are awesome! Really comfortable. They fit a little large. I wear 11 usually so I went with size 10 and they fit perfect. You will not find them in a lot of places, so Zappos is your best bet!
Sam W at Zappos.com on 06/14/2010
Boot is good for the snow and it looks great. However, I found it a little over priced. I kept them because I was in desperate need of boots for the snow.
Anonymous at Zappos.com on 03/24/2011
Comfortable, warm, well made with quality materials, and the Vibram sole make this a great rugged, yet stylish boot for the winter.
Andrew M at Zappos.com on 12/07/2010
Stylish boot; pretty heavy, which you can get used to quickly. Definitely holds up to any weather situation. Great find!
David at Zappos.com on 02/05/2011
Boots are so dope and get so many compliments on the brown. I'm ordering the black.
J M at Zappos.com on 12/20/2010
I love my boots! Lots of compliments! Great feel!
Marvin c at Zappos.com on 07/20/2010

Negative Reviews:

I bought the all leather version of this boot. I think it is very stylish, it is very comfortable, and the Vibram sole provides great traction. The break-in period is super short, and these are about ten times more comfortable than the Red Wing Classic Lifestyle boots (model number 8138) that I used to wear in the winter. However, buyer beware, this boot is not waterproof, and in my experience, it is not even water resistant. I think the fact that Timberland Boot Company calls this a "winter boot" is a bit misleading. I assumed this would be waterproof for a few reasons. First, the boot is called a "winter boot," which made me think that I could infer some sort of water resistance. Second, the tongue on this boot is connected all the way up, which is usually done to make sure that water cannot enter the boot. Third, the version that I bought was all leather, and the salesperson at the store told me that as long as I treat it with mink oil they should be able to handle just about anything. I am a fool for listening to her. Anyway, after treating the boots with a few coats of mink-oil, I headed out into the slush and snow. When walking over snow, or small puddles, the boots kept my feet warm, dry, and looking good. However, when I walked through a puddle that was about 2 inches deep, my socks got wet almost immediately. I was shocked. So as soon as I got home I wanted to figure out why these 8 inch boots couldn't handle a 2 inch puddle. I took them off, and inspected them, and I am pretty sure I found the source of the problem. Underneath the leather toe-cap there is a large seam that can let water into the boot. I tried getting my fingers in there to cover the seam with mink-oil so it would be water resistant at the very least. But even after oiling up that seam, when I walk through a puddle that is deeper than 1 inch, my feet get wet. I called Timberland Customer Service to ask if this issue would be covered by warranty. I live in Chicago and Boston, so my winters are always rough, and I need boots that will keep me dry. The customer service representative I spoke to was very friendly, but she said that there was nothing she could do for me. According to her, none of the Timberland Boot Company boots claim to be water-proof or water-resistant. So the fact that mine were leaking does not mean they are defective. In conclusion, if you want a stylish boot that looks rugged, then these are perfect. But if you think you might be trudging through snow, or navigating urban slush puddles, then I would recommend looking elsewhere. I want to give this boot a better rating because it is so comfortable and it looks so cool, but having wet toes in the winter is no fun at all.
Wet T at Zappos.com on 01/31/2011
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    Timberland Tackhead Winter 8" Boot

    Home > Men's Footwear > Boots
    Priced: $235.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 10 reviews.
    Zoom In
    Color: Black / Noir
    This product is not currently available from any of the stores that we feature. It was last available on 01/05/2012 from:
    $235.99
    20% off
    Regularly: $295.00
    Check Amazon's prices.
    Check eBay's prices.
    For your reference, this page contains historical product information. You may click the "Buy Now" button to check if the product is back in stock.
    Visit our Daily Deals for great products at low prices.
    • Description & Features
    Stay warm and comfortable in a boot with true style and grit.
    Organic canvas and veg-tanned leather upper for a worn-in vintage look.
    Man-made insole provides cushioning and support with every step.
    Vibram® outsole delivers durable wear and helps maintain solid footing.
    Review RatingNumber of Reviews
    6
    3
    0
    1
    0
    • Specifications
    Circumference:12 in
    Shaft:7 in
    Weight:1 lb 13 oz

    Related Categories:

    • Timberland Men's Boots
    • Timberland Men's Boots On Sale
    • Men's Boots
    • Men's Boots On Sale
    • Everything from Timberland.

    Timberland Tackhead Winter 8" Boot Reviews:

    Positive Reviews:

    I was looking for boot that had serious style and could take the rigors of riding (motorcycles) without looking too over the top biker-ish. The Tackhead Winter 8" fit the bill nearly exactly. I looked at both the black and the brown/green styles in person at a local store (did not buy from them because of their price markup and tax). Both looked awesome, but I went with the black because of the versatility. I first tried an 11, my usual size, but it was too big in length and width. So, I easily swapped it out for a 10 (Zappos rocks for exchanges and returns). Fits near perfect, and should be solid after breaking in. After wearing it a few times, I love the style, the combo of leather and canvas, it gets more and more comfortable with every wear, and it can handle the the bike's demands so far. The interior of the ankle shaft is thickly lined and feels great when the boot is laced. The only cons I have are: 1. The price is steep, probably 20-30% more than it needs to be. 2. You have to undo and redo the lacing nearly entirely every time you take them off and put them on (a pain when you want to just get on with it). 2. Since they're hand made there are slight differences between the right and left in the fore foot leather. In the pair I have the left foot has a odd gap near the instep that may stretch and widen through its lifetime. If so it'll need to be addressed because too much a of gap will expose the construction beneath. Watch for this if you order a pair, some pairs I saw in the store were a bit extreme in this gapping. Other than that I think this is a great boot that with a little care should last a long time.Peace!
    M. C at Zappos.com on 12/04/2009
    The Tackhead is a boot constructed with craftsmanship, style, comfort and superlative materials. I've waited for a heavyweight, durable and versatile outdoor boot for years and Timberland Boot Company finally delivered. They're a little stiff in the beginning I think because of the industrial strength Vibram sole, but after a half dozen outings they began to break in and became very comfortable. These are not boots for casual wear (or maybe they are for some) because of their weight and bulk. It is the perfect outdoor boot for the Northwest winter. I only wish these boots were U.S. made. There was a period when American shoemaking was an art and a craft and I lament the loss of domestic production of footwear. Regardless, Timberland has managed to design and craft an exceptional boot.
    David S at Zappos.com on 11/16/2009
    Epic boot! Bought it about a year and half ago as an alt to my heavier motorcycle boots. Have replaced laces once and had the heel retreaded to lengthen sole life; other than that, these boots have worn simply awesome. They've got a unique look, I've heard tons of compliments. Super comfy out of the box and now fit like a glove! Done well in moderate rain (full attached tongue). I got a half size small and they fit great. Get them!
    Anonymous at Zappos.com on 06/12/2011
    Okay, these boots are awesome! Really comfortable. They fit a little large. I wear 11 usually so I went with size 10 and they fit perfect. You will not find them in a lot of places, so Zappos is your best bet!
    Sam W at Zappos.com on 06/14/2010
    Boot is good for the snow and it looks great. However, I found it a little over priced. I kept them because I was in desperate need of boots for the snow.
    Anonymous at Zappos.com on 03/24/2011
    Comfortable, warm, well made with quality materials, and the Vibram sole make this a great rugged, yet stylish boot for the winter.
    Andrew M at Zappos.com on 12/07/2010
    Stylish boot; pretty heavy, which you can get used to quickly. Definitely holds up to any weather situation. Great find!
    David at Zappos.com on 02/05/2011
    Boots are so dope and get so many compliments on the brown. I'm ordering the black.
    J M at Zappos.com on 12/20/2010
    I love my boots! Lots of compliments! Great feel!
    Marvin c at Zappos.com on 07/20/2010

    Negative Reviews:

    I bought the all leather version of this boot. I think it is very stylish, it is very comfortable, and the Vibram sole provides great traction. The break-in period is super short, and these are about ten times more comfortable than the Red Wing Classic Lifestyle boots (model number 8138) that I used to wear in the winter. However, buyer beware, this boot is not waterproof, and in my experience, it is not even water resistant. I think the fact that Timberland Boot Company calls this a "winter boot" is a bit misleading. I assumed this would be waterproof for a few reasons. First, the boot is called a "winter boot," which made me think that I could infer some sort of water resistance. Second, the tongue on this boot is connected all the way up, which is usually done to make sure that water cannot enter the boot. Third, the version that I bought was all leather, and the salesperson at the store told me that as long as I treat it with mink oil they should be able to handle just about anything. I am a fool for listening to her. Anyway, after treating the boots with a few coats of mink-oil, I headed out into the slush and snow. When walking over snow, or small puddles, the boots kept my feet warm, dry, and looking good. However, when I walked through a puddle that was about 2 inches deep, my socks got wet almost immediately. I was shocked. So as soon as I got home I wanted to figure out why these 8 inch boots couldn't handle a 2 inch puddle. I took them off, and inspected them, and I am pretty sure I found the source of the problem. Underneath the leather toe-cap there is a large seam that can let water into the boot. I tried getting my fingers in there to cover the seam with mink-oil so it would be water resistant at the very least. But even after oiling up that seam, when I walk through a puddle that is deeper than 1 inch, my feet get wet. I called Timberland Customer Service to ask if this issue would be covered by warranty. I live in Chicago and Boston, so my winters are always rough, and I need boots that will keep me dry. The customer service representative I spoke to was very friendly, but she said that there was nothing she could do for me. According to her, none of the Timberland Boot Company boots claim to be water-proof or water-resistant. So the fact that mine were leaking does not mean they are defective. In conclusion, if you want a stylish boot that looks rugged, then these are perfect. But if you think you might be trudging through snow, or navigating urban slush puddles, then I would recommend looking elsewhere. I want to give this boot a better rating because it is so comfortable and it looks so cool, but having wet toes in the winter is no fun at all.
    Wet T at Zappos.com on 01/31/2011
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