Reviewed & updated: March 28, 2023 by Jamie Wilson BA
When it comes to stylish shoes, Timberland boots are a man’s best friend. Guys love them for their durability + they are perfect for your outdoor activities.
Timberland is one of the most iconic footwear companies around, but there are plenty of other brands creating work boots that you can work this autumn and winter. They can suit a guy who enjoys his adventure time + they are one of the best purchases that a guy can make.
Whether you’re pairing them with a trench coat, a shacket or some simple chinos, boots like timbs will definitely add an edge to your look. And when they’re as practical as they are stylish, who wouldn’t want some Timberland-style boots? So here’s ten of the best work boots out there, giving Timberland a run for their money.
Alexander McQueen Leather Wedge Sole Lace Up Boot Tan & Calico
These impeccable Alexander McQueen boots have the same orange-tan coloring as Timberland boots, but in a sleek new look. They have premium calfskin uppers contrasted with beige rubber soles. The unisex style means they work for men and women, and are offered at a smaller shoe size. If you want the work boot style in shoes that are far too clean and sleek to actually work in, these are the shoes for you. If you need waterproof boots and you wish to try out the Timberland brand, give them a go!
Red Wing 8886 Heritage Work 6″ Moc Toe Boots Copper Rough & Tough
Red Wing are one of the most iconic footwear brands out there, almost rivallying Timberland boots. They are known for their work boots as the footwear company has its roots in farming and factory shoes, which they still draw on for inspiration today. They effortlessly combine comfort, style and practicality in a pair of shoes. With leather uppers and a leather insole, these work boots are made to last – and trust us, the Timberland boots trend is here to stay too.
Palladium Pallashock Hi Chunky Boots In Black
Palladium is another one of our favourite footwear brands who draw on their history to create winter boots that last. Palladium originally made airplane tires around a hundred years ago, and now use the same rubber for its Timberland style boots. This pair is the epitome of fashion meets function. The canvas upper makes them more flexible than leather boots for increased comfort and a less outdoorsy look. The monochrome matte black coloring make this pair of winter boots a more modern option with a fashion-forward edge.
Jack & Jones Nubuck Boot In Tan
You’d be hard pressed to find someone who can tell that these aren’t Timberland boots. The light tan leather uppers, contrasting padded cuffs and two-tone laces give them a classic Timberland Pro look. These would be a great choice whether you’re looking for hiking boots or a classic pair of shoes that add an edge to your casualwear looks. You will also love them as they are water-resistant.
ASOS DESIGN Lace Up Boots In Black Faux Nubuck With Chunky Sole
If you want a more grungy style at a slightly lower price point, this is the pair for you. These lean more towards high fashion than traditional Timberland Pro work boots, so if you want boots you can work but not work in, these are the one for you. Paired with any trousers that are cuffed at the ankle or some light wash jeans, this footwear will add a modern edge to any outfit.
Jacquemus Green Les Chaussures Garrigue Boots
These boots add a pop of colour to a classic design. The uppers are made of 100% suede for ultimate comfort, combined with a traditional leather lining and rubber sole. The suede adds some softness to the tougher design. Jacquemus always delivers quality footwear, and these boots exemplify why they are one of our favorite brands.
Sankuanz X Timberland White Logo Boots
Technically, these are not like Timberlands, because they actually are Timberlands. But given this was a collaborative design with Sankuanz, we figured we could include them anyway. They combine the classic Timberland style with a Sankuanz modern twist. The matte white suede upper paired with the neon blue eyelet plaque are sure to get you noticed for all the right reasons. These Timberlands are like no other Timberlands you’ll see, and for all the right reasons.
Dr. Martens Burgundy Red 1460 Vintage Leather Boots
A list of Timberland style boots would not be complete without mentioning Dr. Martens. They have defined footwear that mixes fashion and function for decades, and with this high-shine burgundy pair, you can see why. The signature yellow stitching and AirWair pull tab are unmistakably Dr. Martens. But the burgundy leather and gold tone eyelets give them a classically vintage feel.
Base London Conrad Toe Cap Boots In Brown Leather
These are another pair of vintage style boots that still have that new shoes feel. The darker toe cap detail contributes to the vintage aesthetic without making them look worn. A stunning alternative to traditional work boots, these will work as perfectly for hiking as they will for a night out.
Skechers Men’s Blaine Orsen Ankle Boots
These combine chelsea boot style with a more rugged aesthetic. If you like work boots that look like they’ve done some work, these are the perfect addition to your wardrobe. You will get the needed stability with the lightweight feel. The distressed khaki leather would work well with black jeans or a traditional army jacket. Their easy slip-on style and flexible fit make them as comfortable as they are practical. Plus, they also come in black for a more understated, sleek look.
The 10 Best Boots Like Timberlands
- Alexander McQueen Leather Wedge Sole Lace Up Boots Tan & Calico
- Red Wing 8886 Heritage Work 6″ Moc Toe Boots Copper Rough & Tough
- Palladium Pallashock Hi Chunky Boots In Black
- Jack & Jones Nubuck Boots In Tan
- ASOS DESIGN Lace Up Boots In Black Faux Nubuck With Chunky Sole
- Jacquemus Green Les Chaussures Garrigue Boots
- Sankuanz X Timberland White Logo Boots
- Dr. Martens Burgundy Red 1460 Vintage Leather Boots
- Base London Conrad Toe Cap Boots In Brown Leather
- Skechers Men’s Blaine Orsen Ankle Boots