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Thursday, November 22, 2007


What I wore when I was a Teenager: Timberland 6 inch Work Boots

I still own the exact same pair of Boots

Timbs, Timberlands, Timbos, whatever you want to call them, are rugged work boots with a tiny logo of a tree on the side. Why did I start wearing timberland boots you ask??? I will be honest with you, I needed a rugged work boot when I walked through the streets of the big city. I was also influenced by the fashions of NY City during the 1990s. The timberland 6 inch boot comes in a variety of colors. The most famous color being wheat and the second most popular color being black and the third most popular color being brown. I had a pair of wheat and a pair of dark brown 6 inch timberlands. The boot is not the most comfortable shoe in the world, that is why I always placed an insole inside my timberlands. The combo of a timberland boot and a good insole was perfect for rolling through any city or borough. My only problem with the boots is that they were expensive and they still are! The timberland boot is like the Jeep Wrangler of the work boot industry. It is rugged and can take you through all types of terrain. A plain pocket t-shirt, some baggy dark indigo jeans, and a pair of Timberland boots is all I needed when I was a teenager walking from high school to downtown to catch the metro bus.

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