Friday, September 25, 2009

Timberland Footwear Sizing Guide Womens Boots, Shoes u

Sizing guide to help you select the proper fit for Women's Timberland brand shoes, boots and sandals. Determine which size is best for your hiking, camping, running, adventure sports or casual outdoor lifestyle needs.At Beyond the Treeline, we know our products very well. We have past experience selling Timberland brand products. Inventories naturally fluctuate over time; even if we don't have what you're looking for, you can use this guide to help further determine what it is that you need to consider when buying online. It is our pleasure to offer this guide for your review. Thank you for visiting! We have made more guides like this one available, arranged A-Z. Or visit the list that includes summary descriptions.Best Regards,Beyond the Treeline // beyondthetreelinevisit our eBay store learn more about us newsletter sign-up add to favorite sellersAbout this brandTimberland is the name to count on for durable, rugged footwear with all the traction and support you need plus all the comfort you want. They've combined premium materials and the latest footwear technology to create footwear you'll want to take every place you go. No matter where you are, or what you're doing, your feet will feel the benefits of our commitment to making durable products using quality materials and the most advanced technology. Makers of Timberland PRO and Timberland Mountain Athletics. At Timberland, things are different from other companies. Timberland is a twenty-first century example for socially responsible corporations around the world. At corporate headquarters, employees work hard to make some of the world's most innovative products, then use paid time-off to make a difference in the community. Throughout the entire company, it's evident that doing well and doing good are inextricably linked.This popular brand is revered and sought after for its quality and durability, and is a brand name to rely on, season after season, year after year. Some of the world's most admired professional adventure athletes swear by and trust this brand. These factors begin to explain why we choose to sell it alongside many outdoors sporting brands like it. New product models are continuously in development, and are updated and released at least once every calendar year.Fit Finder: Footwear Sizing ChartsSize Conversion Tables, Timberland, Womensdata source: manufacturerThe chart above is brand specific. Other brands may not be sized identically. Other product attributes, such as shoe width, heel depth, and ankle height will vary by particular model. Standard width on both Men's and Women's shoes is expressed as "Medium". For men, this is referred to as letter "D". For women, this is referred to as letter "B". Availability of narrow and/or wide versions may depend on the construction of a particular item. Since that is beyond the reach of this guide, please check with manufacturer if this is an issue relevant to you. Another consideration will be "fit" (e.g., "true to size", "runs small", "runs large"). Competent sporting goods sellers, such as ourselves, will gladly be able to provide this information as applicable for a given product item. Buying from a seller or retailer that does not know their products inside and out is discouraged. Always be sure to ask your potential seller relevant questions if your concerns are not addressed within an item's description text.How to Size Your FootIf you are unsure what foot or shoe size you are, then you may wish to take a measurement prior to purchasing a pair of footwear. An excellent way to do this is to use our printable footwear size measuring charts, which allow you to measure your feet quickly, easily, and accurately. Now there's no need to just take a chance, and no need to worry about shoe shopping online! Some additional sizing guidelines include the following general observations:To convert inches to centimeters, multiply inches by 2.54.If you are not in the US, or not familiar with US sizing, don't worry. Use the conversion chart above to determine your size.For a perfect fit in any type of shoe, you'll want to try them on. In lieu of that, however, measure your foot, and compare your findings to a specific manufacturer or model of shoe. Don't always assume your shoe size is the same as it always has been. The shape of your feet changes over time.Because the foot is three-dimensional, any one or two-dimensional measuring tool can only approximate your true shoe size. Keep in mind that manufacturers use different lasts (forms that create shape) to construct their shoes, and sizing may vary accordingly between and across brands. Many shoes have excellent arch support, but still others leave things to be desired. Take into account your specific needs, if any, for arch support inserts or innersoles (insoles).Measure both feet. If your feet are different sizes, it is recommended that you purchase the size that accommodates the longer and wider of your feet. It is recommended that you stand upright, if possible, when using the measurement chart. This is because you can more accurately gauge how your foot shape distributes your weight. Although it is not true for everybody, in many cases, the larger foot is the opposite of that person's dominant hand (e.g., right-handed, left-footed).Depending on your intended uses, what you choose to wear inside your footwear is sometimes just as important as the footwear itself. This will inevitably influence your sizing requirements. Keep in mind that depending on the type of footwear you're considering, you may elect to wear socks. As a result, take into consideration what kind of socks you will be wearing (for example, thick versus thin, wool versus cotton, standard versus wicking). When you measure your foot, wear the socks you'll wear with your new shoes.Also related to sizing, check out our Tips on Shoe and Boot Lacing for an Even Better Fit.Some materials, such as non-waterproofed leathers, may shrink when subjected to prolonged exposure to weather elements, water, and other excess water sources, such as snow and ice. Determine in advance whether you need to take a step up to the next level of technical products, namely, footwear constructed from either water-resistant or waterproof materials.We often get questions on inter-gender compatibility. Should you be deterred from wearing athletic shoes of the opposite gender? Absolutely not; in all but a few cases, sizing is comparable if simple guidelines are followed.FAQ: How do I convert men's to women's shoe sizes? Generally, converting men's to women's shoe sizes is an easy-to-remember rule of thumb. We suggest that you should subtract approximately one-and-one-half sizes from your US women's size to find the appropriate shoe in US men's size. For example, if you wear a size 9 US in women's shoes, you would most likely need a size 7.5 US in men's shoes.Vice versa, men would add approximately one-and-one-half shoe sizes to women's sizing in order to determine the proper fit. For example, if you wear a size 9 US in men's shoes, you would most likely need a size 10.5 US in women's shoes.You should not be afraid to purchase footwear online. When making decisions based on experience, be armed with your knowledge of your own feet, your specific sporting activities, your own personal tendencies, and overall, good, practical judgment. This way, you can greatly minimize the chances that you will have any difficulties with regards to size. Fear, in the case of buying shoes online, is rather silly, exaggerated and wisely dismissed.The Importance of SizingA properly-fitted athletic shoe or technical multi-sport boot is perhaps one of the most important pieces of adventure sports equipment that a connoisseur of the outdoor lifestyle can have at their disposal. Not only does it complement one's collection of durable clothing, advanced outerwear, activewear, and outdoor fitness apparel, but it also is a means of ensuring safety while engaged in, or en route to, hiking, ultra running, jogging, cross-training, backcountry camping, rock climbing, mountaineering, backpacking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, fishing, kayaking or other highly enjoyable athletic pursuits. Properly-fitted footwear greatly minimizes the likelihood of ankle injuries (e.g, "rolling an ankle"), buffets stress, wear and tear on the knees, legs and back, as well as reduces the occurence of swelling and painful arch or heel skin blisters. Obviously, you'll also want a proper fit so that you don't trip and take a header into a tree or off a cliff! Finally, for those that are using their footwear for endurance training or adventure racing, remember that like that of any well-oiled machine, fluid motion is a principal component in being efficient. Efficiency lends itself to duration; duration to stamina; stamina to victory! A good fit is one that allows you to operate at your peak performance levels, and that's always a plus (or an advantage!) if it pushes you over the finish line of your personal goals.About the AuthorBeyond the Treeline is dedicated to bringing the finest in adventure sports clothing, outerwear and outdoor fitness apparel to market. Our practical experience, technical knowledge, and mutual respect for the outdoor lifestyle inspire our customer-friendly service. Since 1999, we have consistently met and exceeded the needs of serious athletes by offering a superior selection of authentic, new, first-quality, high-end, name-brand camping, mountaineering, hiking and active lifestyle gear for all seasons.Beyond the Treeline Inc. (BTTL) is not to be held responsible, in any capacity, for variances or inaccuracies in any of the information presented above. Although we have taken reasonable precautions to ensure accuracy, data is only as good as its original source and its input. Please proceed with its use accordingly. Final decisions will be your own.If you found this guide helpful, please vote below, or send us a message with ideas on how to improve it further. Thank you!

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