Men's Timberland® EK Heritage Kia Wah Bay Handsewn :: Dress them up or down, always getting that classic boat-shoe style you love with the incredible comfort and durability you'd expect from Timberland® in the men's Timberland® EK Heritage Kia Wah Bay Handsewn shoe. Treat your feet to soft comfort and durability of the EK Heritage's premium leather that features LittleWay construction to give you plenty of move-free flexibility. Feel rejuvenated on every step thanks to this shoe's anti-fatigue removable footbed, and take a strong stance, even on slick surfaces in the classic Timberland® slip-resistant, high-traction outsole.
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I've had a pair of these same shoes for over 8 years! No kidding. They are still comfortable, still have a good tread and still look great with an occassional polish. I wear them just about every day in the summer, whenever I fly and even trail walking with the dog. They don't wear out, I don't get it. I want to buy a new pair but, there's nothing wrong with the ones I have. Long story short, they're pretty good shoes.
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