Who should buy the Timberland Ellendale
Timberland kicks are known for their ability to elevate the wearer’s performance, and the same can be said of the Ellendale. It is for you if you find the following interesting.
Comfy leather shell. Its hard-wearing upper made of premium-grade leather is lined with a plush interior for lasting comfort.
Flexible collar. This part of the boot is made of soft-but-resilient padding, allowing for freer lower leg mobility while giving the ankle a feel of elegance.
Aggressive heel brake. With it, the Ellendale grants adventurers more than enough braking power on descents, resulting in safer navigations down slippery slopes.
Eco-friendly. Its liner is 50% made from recycled plastic bottles, solidifying Timberland's love for the environment.
Who should NOT buy it
Female hikers with broad tootsies might want to skip the Ellendale for the Oboz Sapphire Mid BDry instead. Also, you're better off adventuring in the KEEN Targhee II Mid if extra toe space is a big deal to you.
Mighty supple equals the Ellendale
This female-specific boot provides immense amounts of comfort, say numerous experienced hikers.
Almost everyone hails the Timberland Ellendale as undeniably true to size.
No pre-hike necessary
It loosens up almost instantly, giving the foot a personalized hug without much delay.
The Timberland Ellendale and weightlessness
Despite having a stout construction, as most hiking boots do, this piece is lighter than most by roughly 100 g per boot.
Lackluster support system
It could have a more secure and supportive ankle collar, says a trail-goer.
Not very roomy
Your toes might get squished in the Ellendale's reportedly restrictive toe box.
Chic like you
Dozens of female trail-goers adore the smashing looks of their Ellendales. One of them even said, “they go with just about anything.”
Upkeep for the Timberland Ellendale
Taking good care of the Ellendale means more hikes in style. To prolong its lifespan, do the following:
- After every use, rid the Ellendale of dirt and debris using a soft-bristled brush. Give its seams extra attention, ensuring they are not caked with mud and the like.
- Remove small rocks stuck in its lugs.
- For stains, use a non-marking eraser. Gently rub them off in a circular motion.