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    Best selling Timberland Men's Comfortable Newport Bay Canvas Chukka Shoe OU32936

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    • Model: OU32936
    • 135 Units in Stock
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    Best selling Timberland Men's Comfortable Newport Bay Canvas Chukka Shoe OU32936
    Best selling Timberland Men's Comfortable Newport Bay Canvas Chukka Shoe OU32936


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    Best selling Timberland Men's Comfortable Newport Bay Canvas Chukka Shoe OU32936
    The Men's Newport Bay Canvas Chukka Shoes from Timberland are made with Thread? Fabric, which is 50% made out of plastic bottles that were collected in Haiti and crafted in the USA. The outsoles are made with 15% recycled rubber, making them extremely durable, and the mesh linings are comfortable and breathable for warmer days.
    · Material: Thread™ fabric upper
    · Outsoles are made with 15% recycled rubber
    · Mesh linings
    · Vulcanized construction
    · Lace-up styling



    Mesh

    A synthetic material with porous holes allowing moisture control, breathability and comfort.

    Vulcanization (Vulcanized Construction)

    Vulcanization (or Vulcanized Construction) is a chemical process for converting natural rubber or related polymers into more durable materials via the addition of sulfur. Today, a vast array of products are made with vulcanized rubber through Vulcanization, including tires, shoe soles, hoses, and conveyor belts.

    Recycled Rubber Outsole

    Natural and synthetic durable outsole comprised of recycled rubber for improved traction and wear over time.

    Thread™ Fabric

    This fabric is made with 50% recycled PET (plastic bottles). Bottles are collected in Haiti, while the fabric is crafted in the USA.