Timberland Men's Earthkeepers Chestnut Ridge Chelsea Waterproof Casual Boots

Timberland Men's Earthkeepers Chestnut Ridge Chelsea Waterproof Casual Boots is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 26.
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Timberland Men's Earthkeepers Chestnut Ridge Chelsea Waterproof Casual Boots
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Show off your style while staying protected in the Timberland® Earthkeepers® Chestnut Ridge Chelsea WP casual boots. Protection meets casual style with the boot’s full-grain, waterproof leather upper while the luxurious footbed keeps you relaxed. Stay comfortable with each step with the anti-fatigue comfort technology, while the rugged rubber outsole provides excellent traction control, so you can trek all-day.


  • Premium, full-grain waterproof leather upper from a Silver-rated tannery delivers comfort and durability while keeping feet dry
  • Convenient, pull-on style for easy on/off
  • Extra-soft, 100% recycled PET lining and footbed cover is environmentally-conscious while providing luxurious comfort
  • TPR welt shows off a premium, stylish look
  • Exclusive anti-fatigue comfort technology delivers all-day support and comfort
  • EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning, shock absorption and comfort
  • Unique L7 lug design incorporates multi-directional leading edges with beveled lug sidewalls for self-cleaning and traction control on multiple services
  • Green Rubber™ (42% recycled rubber) rugged outsole enhances durability
  • Brand: Timberland
  • Country of Origin: Imported


Rated 2 out of 5 by from great fit, comfortable, not waterproof I bought several pair of these boots, and they're the only boots I like to wear. I have a wide width, and very few shoes or boots come that way. Since these Timberlines do, they fit perfectly, are very comfortable, and look great. I also like being able to just slip them on and not bother with laces. The only problem is they don't make them as waterproof as they used to. My older pairs were, and the waterproofing lasted for years, but the last few pairs I bought weren't. So, they're not good at all in the rain, or show. If it says waterproof on it, it should be waterproof!
Date published: 2015-01-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disapointing Fit I bought these to replace another pair of Earthkeepers that I loved and wore constantly for years. I went with the waterproof onces, and was pleased when I received them. The fit seemed spot on - a thumb between my toes and the shoe, the only problem is when I walk my foot seems to move forward in the boot causing my toes to press against the shoe. I went to the Michigan Ave store to see if they could help, the guy didn't do much, other than tell me to try Aldo. Aldo helped, suggested an insert, but that made the rest of the shoe too tight. I was hoping they'd break in, but after a couple of weeks I am not seeing much difference. So great when at rest, so-so when walking.
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Who is in charge of timberlands design team? Why is it I can't find a simple pair of plain chelsea boots? It seems like every time I see a pair of chelsea boots that is half decent, I click for a larger view, only to find it has a "unique" design: in this case a hellacious toe piece. The principle of the chelsea boot is classic and the design should reflect that. Timberland is a great company. However, they seem unable to produce a ankle high slip-on boot with a sleek single piece toe. I realize there is another timberland chelsea that would seem to fit the description given, unfortunately the heel is two centimeters thick. Bring back the model worn by Hank Moody in the fourth season of Californication. They embodied perfection from the silhouette down to the heel size. If there is anyone reading this please take note of my humble. request.
Date published: 2016-02-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from They Don't Make 'em Like They Used To Like many of the other commenters here, I have been wearing Timberland's Chelsea-style boots for many years now, and I find that these really miss the boot - er, boat. I really don't understand why the more comfortable, more stylish Earthkeepers Chelsea was discontinued in favor of these clunkers. I'll be looking for my next pair of daily-wear shoes elsewhere, sadly.
Date published: 2015-07-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from More of a slip-up than a slip-on I've gone through several pairs of Timberland Chelsea gore boots over the years. I've always found them good-looking, comfortable, and durable, but the main reason they are my go-to boot is that they accomplish all those things while being easy to slip on and off. This Chestnut Ridge Chelsea unfortunately drops the ball on that important attribute. The ankle opening is MUCH bigger than previous gore boots, and yet MUCH harder to get my foot into. This is because the waterproof liner extends up to the ankle, making the boot stiffer. They're so reluctant to go on, I'm more than a little worried the bootstrap will give one of these days (which happened recently with a different pair of Timberland boots). I've always found my Timberlands to be reasonably water-resistant and would gladly have sacrificed the claim of "waterPROOF" in exchange for greater ease of use. As for looks, I'm not sure I prefer the addition of leather sidewalls to the toe and heel -- but right now, Timberland isn't offering a Chelsea boot without them. In the site photos, these appear to be a brownish leather distinct in color from the main upper, which has an ochre cast to it. In person, however, the two leathers are virtually indistiguishable -- both a casual, dusty brown, which I actually prefer to the two-tone look in the site photo. (See my attached photo for comparison.) I have the regular width (size 11.5) and find they fit true to size, though they do feel narrow when worn with thick socks. I won't be doing that anymore until next winter, though, so hopefully the leather will have a chance to stretch a bit by then. All in all a decent boot, but a step in the wrong direction from the tried and true Chelsea gore boot design I've worn and loved for years.
Date published: 2015-04-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from If it ain't broke don't fix it. I have owned 15 pairs of Timberland Chelsea Boots and these are by far the worst version. My wife bought them for me or I would not have chosen them. The old style was simple yet handsome. Bring back the Timberland Mt. Washington Chelsea Boot. They lasted forever and looked and felt great. keep the Old School Guys happy Timberland.
Date published: 2015-11-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Took them Back after 20 minutes As others have said, Timberland changed a great boot to this "new" boot. As one guy showed in his picture the opening of the boot is now much larger, this causes the boot to now slip when you walk rubbing on your heel. I almost didn't buy them because of the thread on the elastic, sure enough that stops the elastic from actually doing anything, no stretch, so they compensated by making the opening larger. This actually makes the boot colder to wear as the wind/air goes right down the opening. I wore this boot for less than 20 minutes and then headed back to the store in Black Friday crowds to return them immediately, I had gone into the store to buy all 3 colors, lucky for me they only had one color my size so I only had to return one pair instead of 3. I have ONLY worn timberland boots for the last 2 years, have a closet full of worn out pairs (i think of them as well loved). Guess I am now in the market for a whole new company.
Date published: 2015-11-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bring back the Chelsea I owned several Chelsea boots in the past and I loved them, there is something about the new style that makes them a bit uncomfortable BRING BACK THE CHELSEA
Date published: 2015-09-25
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