Timberland Killington Chukka Boots

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If you want to take on the city or even adventurous trails in style, the Killington Chukka Boots may be exactly what you need. They’re designed by Timberland to perform and blend in among concrete behemots or rugged landscapes in equal measure. But that’s not all. These chukka boots also feature a blend of high-quality materials that include premium leather and recycled plastic. So they score high marks not only on style and performance, but also on their green credentials.

The upper combines full-grain leather and breathable mesh, the latter manufactured from up to 50% recycled PET. An OrthoLite® foam footbed provides comfort, long-term cushioning and support, while the triple-layer SensorFlex™ system guarantees flexibility, underfoot support and independent suspension on all kinds of terrain. You can find the Killington Chukka Boots on the brand’s official site. The elegant colorways include brown, black, navy, and light gray. Photo credits: Timberland.

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