About a month ago, you were introduced to the Pembroke Mesh lightweight hikers by Timberland. That article suggested that the Pembroke could be part of your New Year’s resolution to get up, get out, and be more active. If that was one of your resolutions, I wish you the best of luck on that weight loss, muscle building, stair climbing adventure. If you also happened to get yourself a pair of these Timberland lightweight hikers to help you reach whatever fitness goal you chose for yourself, then you already familiar with how good the Pembrokes are.
These shoes are on point. They blend retro aesthetics with modern day materials and Timberland’s outstanding build quality for a shoe that has funky good looks, a light and airy upper, and refuses to show signs of wear no matter what gets thrown at it. In the past month, these shoes have been used for hiking in the hills of Napa, walking and/or jogging on the San Francisco Bay Trail, and they’ve even made a few casual Friday appearances, pairing as well with pants as they do with shorts.
The fit of these shoes is pure Timberland, which is to say right on. This is something to think about if you happen to be one of those people who have a hard time finding the right fit or consistent sizing. Timberlands, I have found, are true to size throughout their product range. An 11.5 Timberland boot fits just like an 11.5 Timberland hiker which, at the very least, means that they are actually paying attention to all aspects of production throughout the entire production cycle. Timberland has a good reputation because they earned it.
Whether you are looking to get up and get out for day’s worth of adventure, head down the block for a croissant, or meet with a client to discuss next season’s production cycle, the Timberland Pembroke is up for the task. For more information about this or any Timberland products, click here.
**Full disclosure: These shoes were provided at no cost for editorial consideration. To think otherwise would be unrealistic.