New Year’s Eve is right around the corner. That means that New Year’s resolutions are right around the corner, too. One of the most common focuses of the New Year’s resolution is getting into shape. This usually entails some sort of diet and a plan to get up and get out more often than before.
Around the San Francisco Bay Area, it can be quite a challenge to stay on a diet, especially considering how many incredible places there are to eat, but if you were to walk to your favorite eatery and back or spend half your lunch break climbing the Filbert steps or the nearest hill, each step you take is a step toward a little balance in your life. As much as I hate to admit it, moderation is a good thing.
If your plan is to log some miles on that Fitbit you got for Christmas, you should consider some new shoes. A new pair of shoes may just inspire you to get up and go. That’s why you need to know about the Timberland Earthkeepers Pembroke Mesh lightweight hikers.
The Pembroke is a nice mix of retro aesthetics and new-school technology. It features a mesh upper that is both lightweight and supremely breathable. To add a little structure to this flyweight hiker, Timberland has added suede reinforcements to the heel, toe and around the eyelets. Under the foot is a die-cut EVA footbed, a full-length compression-molded EVA midsole and a Vibram EcoStep outsole made from 30% recycled rubber.
If you want to know more about the Pembroke or any of the other fine products from Timberland, click here. For a more hands-on experience, visit the Timberland store located at 845 Market Street in San Francisco. Stay tuned for the upcoming review of this shoe later on in January.